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Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School
Brays Lane, Coventry,CV2 4DW Stoke
02476 453314

I warmly welcome you to the web site of Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School.

 As our Mission Statement expresses, at Sacred Heart we value the education of the whole pupil so that each child fulfils their God-given potential. The purpose of a Catholic school, is to ensure that all pupils achieve their potential in a setting marked by Gospel values and practices. We strive for excellence in teaching and an enjoyment of learning to be at the heart of all that we do. 

As parents, you are the first educators of your child. We actively seek and value your contribution so that we can enjoy an effective partnership in supporting your child’s progress as a member of God’s family. 

I believe that every child, parent, member of staff and community, is unique in self and unique in qualities to offer. Our school community is enriched by the God-given talents each individual contributes and our ability to celebrate and develop them. I hope that both your family and your child will get the best out of the opportunities that Sacred Heart has to offer. 

I would welcome the opportunity to show you around our school so you can see how our Mission Statement is lived out by the community of Sacred Heart. 

“I have come that they may have life and have it to the full”


Mrs Helen Quinn


Mission Statement

'Pray, reflect, learn and grow to mirror the love of Jesus'

Our Mission is achieved through…………………


  • We pray together daily and make worship a priority in our school community.

  • We respond to the call of God and through our example encourage the children to do the same.

  • Each member of our community, regardless of gender, race, creed or colour is regarded as a precious individual, and is treated as such, thus nurturing a cohesive school community which is a model of justice and love enabling the development of self discipline.

  • We actively seek to promote the basic virtues of honesty, fairness, politeness and race equality so that this will become a way of life for the children.

  • We journey with parents, parish, clergy and community to prepare the children for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, First Holy Communion and Confirmation so developing their personal commitment and growth in Jesus.

  • We encourage the children to develop a caring attitude e.g. establishing prayer friend relationships and Year 6 responsibilities.

  • The children enjoy a Celebration Assembly on Fridays led by one of the classes. We praise the Workers of the Week 'Wows', award Golden Bear (to a child in each FS KS1 class) and find out which KS2 Planet has achieved the most points. Sport reports are shared by the children and children are awarded pen if they meet our high standards for super handwriting! Afterwards parents and visitors are warmly invited to stay and have a cup of tea in the staffroom.

School Community

We recognise the special individual role of clergy, governors, teachers, parents, support staff, ancillary workers and children in our school whilst promoting and maintaining the mutual support between these ‘parts of the whole’.
Together with all who work in the school, we aim to further develop the partnership of parents in all areas of our school life.


“Relationships with other pupils and with staff are very good and the school is a happy,

caring and racially harmonious community.”

OfSTED Report March 2005 

Parish Community

  • We believe that our school is part of Sacred Heart Parish Family

  • We hold the Mass sacred and the need to pray together as a parish family on Sunday.    

  • We value and support all aspects of our parish life and community.

Through Curriculum

  • We strive to develop a Jesus-centred teaching and learning environment in which a broad and balanced curriculum is delivered.

  • We promote a discipline for learning to encourage self -belief, confidence and independent learning in the children, empowering them to develop a sense of citizenship knowing how to work co-operatively and collaboratively.

  • In acknowledging the value of each person, we strive to provide equal opportunities for all. We recognise and respect in particular Special Educational Needs and a need for an enhanced understanding of gender, race, creeds and cultures. We identify the more able children and our Gifted and Talented policy addresses issues to ensure needs are met.

 Through the Wider Community 

  • We reach out to touch the lives of those in need by fund - raising for recognised charities – home and abroad and through involvement in projects answering need e.g. Love in a Box Campaign.

  • We recognise we are part of a multi-cultural society and as such encourage greater involvement e.g. visiting places of worship for other faiths, inviting outside guests into school.

  • We aim to increase the awareness of the needs of the disabled and other minority groups.

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