Learning Support

Learning Overview

Our Vision  Love to Learn; Learn to Love  To demonstrate Christian values of love, honesty, understanding and respect, by working together in school, church, village and world communities, celebrating differences. To flourish and achieve academic skills through a broad, balanced curriculum with imaginative, supportive, challenging teaching. To achieve attitudes of enthusiasm, confidence, perseverance and a love of learning.  The Greatest Commandment   Mark …


We use ‘Letters and Sounds’ to teach phonics at Foundation Stage and in KS1. The main reading schemes that we use in KS1 are ‘Oxford Reading Tree’ and ‘Project X’




PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) is learning to support children with acquiring the knowledge, understanding and skills they need  to manage their lives.  It is taught as a discrete subject but also overlaps into all other areas of the curriculum and develops the quality and attributes children need to thrive as individuals, family members …

Religious Education

Other Subjects


St Paul’s is an inclusive school which is committed to ensuring that all children in our care ‘Learn to Love; Love to Learn’. Please find below documents relating to children with additional needs.  If you require more information please contact our SENCO, Mrs Le Gassicke via the school office or by the following email: senco@stpauls909.herts.sch.uk .  

British Values

Across our school we actively promote the British values through our curriculum, policies and assemblies. Also, through our motto “Love to Learn: Learn to Love” we believe that we prepare our children well as future citizens. Democracy Pupil elected representatives on School Council, Collective Worship Committee and other pupil bodies. Elected house captains and sports’ …


All results are available on the Department for Education website. Please follow the link below: School Performance Tables