Top 10 Scores
18th May -24th May 2015
Kacper K - Year 3 - 5,720 points
Aaron M - Year 4 - 3,890 points
Hannah G - Year 2 - 2.070 points
Alex L - Year 3 - 1,840 points
Nicola M - Year 5 - 1,740 points
Dominika L - Year 5 - 1,690points
Sabrina P - Year 4 - 1,550 points
Falesyia - Year 2 - 1,520 points
Nicola L - Year 3 - 1,460 points
Oliver R - Year 4 - 1,370 points
Keep up the good work over half
St Ethelbert's Catholic
Primary School and Nursery
~ Learning, achieving and growing
together with Jesus ~
Wexham Road, Slough SL2 5QR
Tel: 01753 522048
Headteacher : Mrs Sarah Murphy-Dutton
Headteacher’s Welcome Message
Welcome to St. Ethelbert’s Catholic Primary School and thank you for
visiting our school website. I hope that you find the information you
are looking for and that you get a “flavour” of the ethos of our school
as well as our recent events and successes.
Catholic school, we strive towards providing a curriculum and learning
environment that ensures every child achieves and makes the most of
their talents given to them by God. We
recognise that Christ is our greatest teacher and strive to be more like
him in what we say and what we do.
We strive to create an environment where every member of our community
feels safe, loved, valued and respected. This is underpinned by our
mission statement which puts Christ at the centre of all we do.
“Learning, achieving and growing together with Jesus”
have high expectations for every child and believe strongly that the
unique achievements and contribution of every child should be celebrated
and valued. By choosing to send your son/daughter to our school we have
become your partners in the education and well-being of your child.
We place no limits on what a child can achieve and seek to work in
partnership with our parents so that every child experiences success and
works to the best of their ability.
As a school we want our pupils to be excited about coming to school and
excited about their learning. We want them to be curious about the world
they live in and ask us (and you) lots of questions. Most importantly we
want our pupils to see themselves as learners who put no limit on what
they can achieve.
Mrs Sarah Murphy-Dutton