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St Wilfrid`s R C VA Primary School
Murphy Crescent, DL14 6QH, UK Bishop Auckland
Tel. 01388 603451

St. Wilfrid's School is situated in the market town of Bishop Auckland in Co. Durham.  We serve the Roman Catholic parishes of St Mary's, St Wilfrid's and St. Paulinus churches. The welfare of all our pupils is paramount and we endeavour to create a happy school where all our children can feel loved and valued through our motto of Care, Courtesy and Concern.

Our Mission Statement

The principal aim of our school is to provide a Catholic education for our children.

Every effort will be made to create an atmosphere in which Gospel values are lived out.  This will be characterised by mutual trust, an openness to differences, by respect for the life experiences of pupils and staff and by an atmosphere of genuine forgiveness.

We shall endeavor to create a community where our children know they are loved and valued and where they feel confident and secure.


Anti Bullying Policy and Guidelines   


We will care for others as we would like to be cared for ourselves.

We will care for our school building, grounds and equipment.

We will care for all things, God given or man made.

We will care for ourselves and how we look.

We will care for our work and how it is presented.



We will show courtesy to all people, at all times, with a smile.

We will show courtesy to each other, in and around the school.

We will show courtesy to all adults, in and around school.

We will show courtesy to all visitors, greeting them with a smile saying,



We are concerned that our school is a welcoming place to be.

We are concerned that our school is a fair and happy place for all.

We are concerned for all things in our school, people, animals and plants,

We are concerned for those who need our help, are sad, or are lonely

We are concerned for those less fortunate than ourselves.

'This is our school and it belongs to all of us.’


We aim to provide a caring, courteous and safe environment where our children can learn and grow to their full potential. Every effort will be made to create an atmosphere in which the Gospel values are lived out. This will be characterised by mutual trust, an openness to differences and a respect for each other and his/her possesions.

What is Bullying?

Bullying usually has three common  features:

·       It is deliberate, hurtful behaviour;

·       It is repeated, often over a period of time;

·       It is difficult for those being bullied to defend themselves.

There are three main types of bullying:

·       Physical; hitting, kicking, taking belongings;

·       Verbal: name calling, insulting, making racist remarks;

·       Indirect, spreading nasty stories, excluding from groups.


'This is our school and it belongs to all of us.'


These are our rights and responsibilities

 Rights :

  • We all have the right to learn without disruption;
  • We all have the right to aim for excellence and to do our personal best;
  • We all have the right to a safe, caring environment;
  • We all have the right to expect our possessions to be safe.


  • We will not interfere with the learning of others;
  • We will not stand in the way of those working to do their personal best;
  • We will not harm others by other word or deed, and we will discourage others from doing so;
  • We will not interfere with other people possessions:       
  • We  will care for everyone at St. Wilfrid's, and the school environment.

 ' This is our school and it belongs to all of us.'

We have adopted these ‘Golden Rules’.

Classroom Golden Rules               

Do be gentle                                  Do not hurt anyone
Do be kind and helpful                       Do not hurt other people's feelings
Do work hard                                 Do not waste yours, or other people's time
Do look after property                      Do not waste or damage things
Do listen to people                          Do not interrupt
Do be honest                                Do not cover up the truth


Our Nursery provides a stimulating. fun environment for your child in the year before they start school.

We work within the Foundation Stage guidelines which help children develop their pre - school skills in numeracy, literacy, creativity, physical activities, personal and social education, and knowledge and understanding of the world.

We aim to give our children a broad range of experiences.  We arrange lots of outings, including trips to the farm, the forest, soft play, the theatre, the seaside and the library.  We  also learn from visits from special people such as the police, the fire brigade, the RSPCA, entertainers and even Santa Claus!


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