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St Vincents Catholic Primary School
Burnside Road, RM8 2JN, UK Dagenham
+44 (0)208 270 6695

In a welcome and caring environment, we strive to follow Jesus and the example of St. Vincent de Paul, as we grow and learn together.

Dear Parents,
On behalf of all the staff and children I would like to welcome you to St. Vincent's Catholic Primary School. We hope that this will be the beginning of a very happy time for you and your child.

We believe that school is a happier and more valuable place if parents and staff can work together in the process of educating your child.

We aim to enable your child to become independent, caring and tolerant and to help them to achieve their full potential. We will ensure that the requirements of the National Curriculum are met and that your child receives a broad and balanced education whilst being made aware of his/her Faith through the Catholic atmosphere of the school and the pastoral care of staff, parents, governors and priests of the parish.

We provide frequent opportunities to keep you informed of school events and activities and about your child's progress.

We trust that your child will be happy and successful in school, but should you have any concerns that you wish to discuss, please feel free to come and talk to us.
Childhood is a very special time and no one gets a second chance at it. We will do our very best to make it as happy and productive as possible for your child.

Yours sincerely

Mrs R. E. Mahon


The curriculum at St Vincent’s reflects in all its aspects the fact that Christ is at the foundation of our Catholic school.

Our curriculum provides opportunities in a wide range of areas of learning, for the development of each individual’s potential, value and self-worth. We also provide opportunities for individuals to develop as free, responsible members of society.

Any matters of concern or complaint should initially be brought to the attention of your child’s Class teacher. There is also a formal complaint procedure. Details are available from the school office. 

The Head Teacher welcomes the opportunity to discuss any concerns parents may have.

After School Clubs: This year the junior pupils have had the opportunity to participate in football, netball, basketball, art and guitar after school. Information regarding the days and times for these activities, appears in the school Newsletter.

School Journeys: There is a residential school journey to an outdoor education centre each year for our Year 6 pupils.

Day Visits: Classes go on regular visits to places of educational interest usually in connection with a particular topic being studied.

Charging: It is school policy to charge parents for residential school journey fees. Where items of school property are lost or damaged, parents will be asked to contribute to the cost of replacement.

Voluntary Contributions: It is customary to ask parents to contribute to the cost of travel and entrance fees on day visits. No child is prevented from attending or is otherwise penalised if his/her parents do not pay. However, if the voluntary contributions fail to cover the costs involved, the trip may have to be cancelled.

Visitors to our school include:- Police Schools Involvement Team, London Fire Brigade Officers, Theatre Groups, Various Charity Representative, Road Safety Officers and Health Visitors.


Due to the chair and vice chair both leaving the area and Mrs Scott being on maternity leave The PTA has been quiet this year. However Mrs Scott and remaining committee members have planned a meeting in May to re elect a permanent committee.

Remember - all parents are automatic members of the PTA.

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