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Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School

Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School We aspire that through the love of Jesus everyone should ‘have life and have it to the full.’

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Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School We aspire that through the love of Jesus everyone should ‘have life and have it to the full.’

A message from the Headteacher

Dear Parents and Carers,

Welcome to Our Lady’s RC Catholic Primary School. We are a small city school where our aim is to provide a rounded education for your children in a safe, secure and happy family oriented environment to enable your children to reach their full potential so that they may "have life and have it to the full." John 10:10

We value one another as being uniquely precious. At the heart of our school we aim to live by the Christian values revealed to us through the life of Jesus. We promote the fundamental values of love, respect and responsibility. These values are reflected in the behaviour and attitudes of the pupils at Our Lady's School. Prayer and worship are central to our daily school life.

We focus on the efficient teaching of reading, writing and maths along with the development of the whole child to enable them to reach their full potential. We take time to celebrate each others efforts and achievements within our community.

Come and meet the children and staff at Our Lady's. 

Best wishes

Mrs M Woolaway
Headteacher

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Our School


Our Lady’s RC Primary School opened on the 24th July, 1963 with a blessing and official opening by The Archbishop of Cardiff, John A. Murphy.  In 2013, we celebrated our 50th Anniversary and held various celebratory events with staff, pupils and families, past and present.  This included a blessing of the newly carved statue of Our Lady by The Archbishop of Cardiff, George Stack.

We are a small one form entry school with very strong links with our Parish Church, Our Lady’s Queen of Martyrs with whom we share our site.  Over the years there have been many changes to the school building; with the most recent being the current building work which took place to transform the ‘courtyard area’.  This has provided us with a large spacious atrium which  includes a new library area and a flexible space for individual and small group study.

Several members of staff and governors of Our Lady’s have a long association with the school, having been pupils here themselves.  They have continued this association as parents of pupils past and present!


We are very proud of our school – please telephone the school office to arrange a visit and we will be delighted to show you around.

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