Dear Parents, Children and all Visitors,
I'd like to greet you on behalf of the whole school community to 'our' school, which we are very proud of. At St. Cuthbert's we do value relationships with our community and especially our parents in a strong partnership that has and will continue to support all of us to provide the best possible for all who come to our school. We work extremely hard to create a community spirit and very much hope you will choose to become part of it.
As you have chosen a Catholic School for your child, you will understand the importance our faith holds for us all; it is this ethos which is so much part of St. Cutbert's. We look to our pupils to embrace the traditions of our School and try to live out our mission statement, "Be the best I can, be kind to one another."
St. Cuthbert's is a happy, lively and enthusiastic place where we want everyone to feel comfortable and at home. Your role is crucial in making this happen and we want you to become fully involved in your school family.
Mr. Dennis Hardiman MBE
Monday 4th September 2017
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Latest School Events
- Governors Meeting10Oct2017
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
We would like to remind parents that children under the age of 13 should not be using social media sites. We ask that you are extra vigilant and support us as we work to keep all our children safe.
The DFE have launched online resources to support schools in respect of the “Prevent Agenda.”
This agenda is part of the government's counter-terrorism strategy. It aims to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
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