Welcome to our school web-site

Our school is an exciting place to learn. Children say:
‘I like coming to school. It’s fun!’
‘Teachers help you if you get stuck.’
‘We get to do exciting things in lessons.’
Information on our web-site is continually being updated, so we hope you get a feel for what is happening in  our school. If you would like to visit us and find out more, please contact the headteacher Mrs Bitsakaki.

Letter from the Headteacher

Welcome and thank you for looking at our school website. 

I am very proud to be the new Headteacher of Poulton St Chad’s Church of England Primary School. 

At St Chad’s, we have a real passion for teaching and learning and providing opportunities so that every child can learn and thrive. Our lessons are fun and exciting and they provide challenge and support for all children. We promote a growth mindset where children learn from mistakes and are confident and open to new ways of thinking and learning. We value the whole curriculum and make it our mission to give children opportunities to shine in different curriculum areas and develop their individual gifts and talents.  

We have a happy school, where children are safe and enjoy learning. Our aim is to make sure that our school is one where everyone feels valued and included and where we can all be the best that we can be.  St Chad’s children are incredibly well behaved- they are respectful, polite and caring and they value their friendships and the social side of school. We nurture our children and care deeply about their happiness and well being. St Chad’s is a school where everyone is welcome. 

With our strong links in the parish, we try to ensure our children receive the exceptional education that they deserve in a distinctively Christian setting. We are proud to be a church school and hold our Christian values at the heart of all we do. 

If you are interested in learning more about our wonderful school, please feel free to get in touch. 

Mrs Bitsakaki 



School Organisation

We have an admission number of 35 pupils each year. The maximum legal number of pupils in Early Years and Key Stage 1 classes is 30 pupils. For this reason, we have four smaller classes of 20-30 pupils with mixed cohorts across these year groups.  When the children enter Key Stage 2 they are taught in larger class sizes with one cohort of approximately 35 pupils per class.

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