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St Teresa`s Catholic Primary School
Quantock Drive, TN24 8XT, UK Ashford
+44 (0)1233 622797


St. Teresa's Catholic Primary School is pleasantly sited about 10 minutes' walk from Ashford town centre and close to motorway junction 9 on the M20.  The present buildings date back to 1984 but the school goes back to 1899 and has occupied various sites around the town in that time.

We have about 215 pupils, aged from 5 to 11.  They are in 7 classes of between 29 and 32 pupils per  class.  There is one class per year group.  

We have strong links with St. Teresa's parish and are proud to be the parish school.
We hope our school is a friendly place where people feel welcomed and cared for.  A number of our parents were pupils here in the past and new children and parents from outside the area often comment on how quickly they feel part of the school community.

We teach in accordance with the National Curriculum and the teachings of the Catholic Church.  We hope that our Christianity is reflected in the way we act towards others.

Primarily we admit baptized children living in St. Teresa's parish but where space is available we are happy to welcome children of other Christian denominations and faiths, or of no faith at all...but we do ask children and parents to support the ethos of the school.

Our pupils wear royal blue jumpers and blue and gold striped ties...we think they look smart and our parents support us; we think the uniform is fairly straightforward and we encourage our children to take a pride in wearing it!

We had OFSTED inspections in 1994 and can access reports on the OFSTED Websites or we will send you a summary.  The inspectors said some very pleasant things about our school and where they made recommendations we have tried our best to implement them.

The school's governing body is a very supportive group of local people, many of them parishioners of St. Teresa's.  They work closely together to ensure we spend our money wisely and provide a good quality of education for our children.  A sub-committee of the governors decides which children we should admit to the school and they have to be seen to do this fairly and in line with the school's Admission Policy. 

As well as our teachers, we have a number of teaching assistants.  They all get on well together and we have a low staff turnover.  The governors and all the staff take a great pride in the school and we think that shows itself in many ways, not least in the maintenance and cleanliness of the building and surrounds.

We have a very active Parents'-Teachers' Association.  They put on various events throughout the year and raise good sums of money...but the raising of money is not as important as the building of community links.

There's much more that we could tell you...but why not come and see for yourself or ring us and ask for a brochure?  We'd be very happy to show you around!



White shirt; grey trousers; royal blue jumper; navy blue anorak; school tie; grey socks; dark, sensible shoes.  Optional: blazer & badge, cap & badge.
P.E. shirt & shorts.  Years 3-6:  football boots & kit


White blouse; grey pinafore, grey skirt or grey trousers;
royal blue cardigan; navy blue anorak; school tie; white socks.
  Optional:  blazer & badge;
hat & badge (felt in winter, straw in summer).
P.E. shirt and shorts.

Summer Dresses:  Striped or checked (blue)

The following items are available from the school office:

The following items are available from the school office:

School jumpers and cardigans
Reversible showerproof jackets
School ties
PE kit comprising: shorts, t-shirt and PE bag
School book bags
Royal blue legionnaire type sunhats



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