Everyone is Sacred

Welcome to Sacred Heart

Thank you for visiting our website. We hope you find the information useful and that it helps you to understand why our aim is to ensure ‘Everyone is Sacred’.

We continually strive to provide our children with a learning environment that values their individual needs: spiritually, academically, physically, morally and socially. We believe that happy children are successful learners. We respect each other, appreciate differences and understand the importance of good manners We believe we have a responsibility to be good citizens that live the Gospel values in our daily lives. Sacred Heart is a Voluntary Aided Roman Catholic School which exists to serve the Catholic parish of Paignton. Pupils attend at the deliberate choice of their parents. It is therefore assumed that parents are in complete agreement with all school policies as set down and revised by governors and staff. Standards of work, conduct, appearance, etc. expected of pupils are high, and parents are expected to co-operate and support the school in the enforcing of these standards.

Our door is always open and we welcome further enquiries.

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During computing today, Year 6 created their very own 'Splat the Spider' game. They created a complex set of coding and by the end of the lesson they all had a functional, interactive game. They then spent some time testing out the game they had created. The children even managed to debug each other's coding to ensure the game ran smoothly. If you are a Year 6 parent, you could ask your child to log into their Purple Mash account from home and then have a go at playing the game they've created. ... See MoreSee Less
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Y2 found an old diary last week. Written on the diary was the name ‘Samuel Pepys’. There was also a suitcase full of items that were used in 1666 such as: a fire insurance stamp, currency from 1666, a stove and a ceramic bowl. The children explored the pictures of people and scenes that related to their new enquiry project. Miss Hartley was amazed at their great ideas. She then shared the first extract from the historic diary… ... See MoreSee Less
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Don’t miss out on a Reception place for September 2022 at our lovely school. The closing date is tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less
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