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Welcome to St. Cuthbert’s Catholic Primary School
We are very proud of our highly successful school, our pupils and their success. We believe that St. Cuthbert’s is a very special place and the relationship we develop with our children and their families enables us to create our distinctive ethos.
At St. Cuthbert’s, we are blessed with a team of staff who are extremely hard working and dedicated to helping every pupil in our school to achieve to the best of their ability.
We aim to develop the whole child and prepare children for their future by achieving a high level of academic success underpinned by Gospel Values of love, tolerance and forgiveness.
We know that your child will be happy at our school, and we hope that you as parents and carers will become fully involved in your child’s education and the life of the school in general.
The partnership between home, school and church is a vital one, and mutual support is imperative. At St Cuthbert’s, we value and encourage your participation and support.
I hope you will find this website helpful in giving you an overview of our school, as well as providing you with practical information which you may find useful.
Please do not hesitate to contact the school should you require any further information or if you would like a paper copy of any of the information included on our website.
Mrs Anne Bullerwell
Why are we called St. Cuthbert’s?
St. Cuthbert was a caring, unique individual and is often referred to as the Patron Saint of the North East. He healed the sick, proclaimed the Good News and will forever be remembered in his legacy for being a fantastic role-model. He had inspiring qualities such as determination, passion, dedication and commitment. Cuthbert was a globally famous Saint taking up the position of Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle. As to this day, Bishop Seamus Cunningham is filling his colossal shoes of being Bishop of our diocese. Cuthbert showed his spectacular loyalty and commitment when he healed the residents of Lindisfarne even when he was dying! Our school are proud to be named after this magnificent, unique, loyal and committed Saint, as he represents our schools Mission Statement.
Written by a Year 6 pupil
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Happy summer holidays! Thank you so much for your continued support this year. Sending love from the staff of St. C… https://t.co/YFSjWOReBj
The annual Summer Fair is underway! Come and say hello! We will even let you soak your favourite teacher :-)