Welcome to St. Teresa’s

Thank you for visiting our website.

If you are new to our school, we hope that this site will provide you with an insight into our school community.  We hope that our existing families will find the site useful and relevant. This website is a visual display of the healthy and happy environment we aim to create at St Teresa’s and so you will find lots of images and galleries to explore. Should you want to read full versions of our documents and policies you will find many of these are provided as PDF’s that you can browse or download.

Our Values

Our patron, St. Theresa of Lisieux, showed through her attention to the ‘little way’ that ‘Love proves itself by deeds’.  We have worked together as a school community to reflect this in our core values of:

Love | Teamwork | Ambition | Trust

In our visions and values booklet we explain how we aim to Live Our Values Everyday, but we think our children do a wonderful job of showing this through the following slideshow…

Friend’s of St Teresa’s (F.O.S.T) family support

While the school will keep you up to date with all things education related, our Parents Teachers Association; Friends of St. Teresa’s (F.OST.) is a good place to seek out support and find resources from other parents.  We hope that in the not too distant future, the team will be able to organise events for your children with the help of parents and friends support.  At the present time the usual events they would organise have had to be put aside but we do hope that in the not too distant future the FOST team will be back in action!

In the meantime, the FOST team have agreed to take over running the ‘Good as New Uniform’ to help parents by providing good quality used uniform that has been brought into school, when  children have grown out of it. They will be asking for reasonable donations to raise funds for the playground project.  Please contact the FOST Team (see link above) to request any items you are interested in and make sure you say whether it is for a boy or girl and the approximate size/age required. They will then get back to you as soon as they are able.

Parents who have uniform that their child has grown out of are welcome to bring in any items in good condition that have been washed, for the Good as New Uniform sale.  This will help to keep up the stock and make a big saving for many parents.

St Teresa taught us that ‘Love proves itself by deeds’.  We will continue to work hard to keep parents informed during this new term.

 

Mr Dachtler – Headteacher of St Teresa's R.C. Primary School in Merton

Mr Justin Dachtler – Headteacher

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