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St Vincent`s R C Primary School
Queen`s Road, HU5 2QR, UK Kingston upon Hull
+44 (0)1482 342645

St Vincent’s is a school which lies at the heart of the parish community.  We aim to provide a caring, Catholic ethos for our children and in this the school enjoys support from the church and wider community.

We believe that with parents and parish we can provide a sound education for our children, helping all to achieve their personal best.  We are fortunate to have the support of our school chaplain and parish priest, Fr Michael White.  The school contributes to the liturgical and social life of the parish.  We have a thriving parents association, the Friends of St Vincent’s (FOSV) which organises social and fund raising events both for children and adults.

In the wider community we have links with local Christian churches.  Staff and children attend Lenten lunches at the local Methodist, Anglican and United Reform Churches.  The school uses the resources available in the local area, particularly Pearson Park, and has good links with the Newland Avenue Traders Association and the local police and community wardens.

I hope that St. Vincent’s school continues to encourage children and others to enjoy greater participation in the parish and wider community.  I hope to meet you at our events and special occasions.


St Vincent’s RC Primary School is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Middlesbrough and works as a special community within the framework of the state system. It was established to:

  • develop Catholic teaching, traditions and liturgical practice

  • deepen and advance the Christian commitment of those entrusted to its care

The teaching and practice of the Catholic faith for its pupils and staff are fundamental to the life of the school and we work in conjunction with Catholic parents to help fulfil their duties and obligations to the Catholic faith. All rites and ceremonies are of the Roman Catholic Church.

The school supports the Government’s aim to ensure that every child has the right to fulfil their potential. We aim to implement the outcomes of the ‘Every Child Matters’ strategy by recognising that all children have the right to be healthy, safe, to achieve and to make a positive contribution to the community and to their own economic well-being. As a school we provide a service to ensure these outcomes but we also have more targeted services for those with additional needs.


The Governors are charged with determining an Admissions Policy which seeks to preserve the distinctive Catholic character of the school and are pleased to admit pupils to the school in the following order of priority:-

a)       Baptised Catholic children of families living in St Vincent's Parish, having a brother or sister in the school at the time of admission

b)       Other baptised Catholic children living in the St Vincent's Parish

c)       Baptised Catholic children of families from other parishes having a brother or sister in the school at the time of admission

d)       Baptised Catholic children from other parishes

e)       Baptised children from other Christian denominations having a brother or sister in the school at the time of admission

f)         Baptised children of other denominations

g)       Other children having a brother or sister in the school at the time of admission

h)       Children admitted for medical or other social reasons whose parents are willing to support the religious aims and ethos of the school

i)         Children of other faiths and of no faith whose parents are willing to support the religious aims and ethos of the school

Children with SEN statements are required to be admitted to the named school following consultation with the Governing  body. Looked After Children will be given priority for entry.

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