Hindle Drive, Oldham, OL2 5LU
0161 624 9019

As a Church of England Primary School we abide by the Statement  of Entitlement  for RE produced by The Church of England. It can be found  HERE.


We also adhere to the following documentation produced by the Church of England :

"Valueing all God's Children " can be found HERE.

"Courageous Advocacy" can be found HERE.

"Spiritual Development" ca be found HERE

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Our vision motto: 

“In Jesus, Together we Grow, Love to Learn and Shine 

- Make a Difference!”

“Ut discat amare - luceat - sit amet”

St. Paul's Mission Statement:

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you; plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11

St Paul’s C E Primary School is an inclusive welcoming family community where we want our children to be confident, creative and independent learners; inquisitive to wonder and explore; form positive relationships and who are resilient within an ever-changing climate of social diversity.

“Be gentle, be patient, be humble, be loving”

Ephesians 4:2-3

We encourage our children to ‘Shine their Light’ with personal achievement to make a positive impact on others by sharing their Christian values and a ‘Love of Learning’ within the local and wider community and to ‘Make a Difference’ to themselves and for the good of others.

‘You are the light of the world……let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works.”  Matthew 5: 13-18

 St. Paul's Vision:

St Paul’s – a happy, thriving learning community where Christian Values are at the heart of our Mission where everyone can ‘Grow together, Love to Learn, Shine and Make a Difference!’

We have a desire to:

  • Inspire and be inspired by others;
  • Be excited to learn by being motivated through various experiences;
  • Be supported and challenged to achieve potential;
  • Celebrate each other’s effort and achievement;
  • Develop confidence to make positive and independent decisions;
  • Make an active contribution to the wider community;
  • Promote peaceful friendship and joy as part of the school family;
  • Demonstrate strong servant leadership towards others;
  • Be resilient and responsible for own actions;
  • Be inclusive and respectful of everyone’s individuality and uniqueness and
  • Develop skills of enquiry to contribute to furthering research with advancing technology within a developing world and be successful with a keen aspiration to make a difference in the future.

Ask, and it will be given to you; search, and you will find; knock, and the door will be opened for you.”

Luke 11:9  /  Matthew 7:7

Prayer  group

St. Paul's has a Prayer Group that support the Christian Ethos of the school. They identify ways that the children of St. Paul's can explore and develop on their faith journeys. The prayer group are also called upon to plan and deliver or support collective worship in school as well as writing their own prayers for church services. 

Below, some pupils are pictures with Bishop Mark after a choir performance.