Welcome to our school website.
Here, you can read about our thriving school community, its’ exciting and stimulating curriculum and the many memorable activities and achievements that our children experience during their time at our school.
At St Patrick’s we work very hard to encourage our children to feel secure, happy and enthusiastic about their learning. We strive to help them develop as individuals, as independent learners, and to achieve their full potential and beyond, within a caring and supportive environment.
The current school building was opened in 1963 in Wilford Village. The original St Patrick’s School was established in the city centre of Nottingham in 1866 where it thrived until, due to the urban redevelopment of the London Road area in the city, it closed, and the new site for the school was chosen to be located in Wilford. Visitors to the school are always most impressed by the warm and welcoming atmosphere that they receive on arrival. Visitors also remark on the good condition of the building and the well cared- for resources and furnishings. Without fail, they admire the bright, cheerful and peaceful atmosphere that exists in our school environment. The school is situated in the very pleasant rural surroundings of Wilford Village, has excellent playground space and is set in extensive mature grounds which are enjoyed by the children throughout the year. If you want to find out more or arrange for a visit, please contact the school office on 0115 9152961 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org .
What Ofsted said......
- St Patrick’s is a good school where pupils achieve well. It is highly regarded by parents and cares for the high standard of care and the good education it provides.
- Pupils make good, and in some cases, outstanding progress as they move up the school.
- Good teaching engages pupils’ interest and challenges them very effectively.
- Pupils’ good behaviour and attitudes promote effective learning.
- Pupils are highly esteemed as individuals, and relationship display mutual respect.
- School self evaluation is accurate and leaders and staff share a common vision to provide the best for all pupils, including good provision for their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.