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.

‘If school were to be closed due to severe weather, or other unforeseen circumstances, all parents and carers will be notified via SMS alert. It will also be mentioned on the local radio “Heart fm”. Please ensure that you have informed the school office if  your mobile phone number has changed.’ Please ensure that your web browser is up to date to view this site.

Y6 had an emotional trip to Slapton Sands today as part of their WW2 enquiry project. Amongst other things, they wrote prayers and messages on stones for the fallen soldiers in both the D-Day landings and the 800 American soldiers who perished during the rehearsal for the big day. The children came back full of information and couldn't wait to share their experience from the day. ... See MoreSee Less
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First Sunday of AdventToday we enter into the season of Advent. Advent is the season of preparation for the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ. The four Sundays preceding Christmas are recognised for four virtues and these are symbolised on the Advent wreath: hope, love, joy and peace. Today, the first candle was lit; the candle of hope which is very fitting in the present climate. ... See MoreSee Less
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