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An inspired learning community with Jesus Christ at our centre


Welcome to St Ignatius.
We are proud and delighted to be able
share our school with you.

Every child is precious – each with their own unique set of gifts and talents and we work hard to nurture, encourage and support each child as they discover where their strengths lie. We have high aspirations for every child and an expectation that they will excel and achieve their potential. We have a dedicated team of staff, parents and governors, as well as a supportive Parish Priest who we work closely with to enhance the children’s faith-life.

We pride ourselves on our safe, happy and caring environment, as well as our Catholic virtues which are the foundation of all that we do.

Please take the time to explore our website, but the best way to see what our school has to offer is to come and visit us, so please ring us to make an appointment and see our school in action.

We hope that your child’s time with us will be fruitful, enjoyable and the source of many happy memories in the years to come.

Simon Bartram

Interim Headteacher

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Class 5 – Advent Preparation

To prepare for the Advent season, Class 5 have created an 'Acts of Kindness' Advent calendar, a promise to...

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Class 5 – Drawing Skills

This term, Class 5 have been improving their drawing skills. We have worked hard at developing our tone, depth...

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Class 5 – Anti-Bullying

For anti-bullying week this year, Class 5 learnt and performed poetry!

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We Remember…

To mark Armistice Day, the children across Key Stage Two worked hard on different pieces of art, writing and...

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Reading Areas at St. Ignatius

We have spent lots of time across school developing our reading areas in Key Stage 1 and 2 and...

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Graphic Design – Class 4


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KS2 Internet Safety

  At St Ignatius School, we make sure all our children are e-safety savvy. The key stage 2 children have...

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Remembrance Day

Every year we learn about why we commemorate Remembrance Day. As part of our commemorations, Class Three manipulated digital images...

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