St. Aloysius' Catholic Primary School“Be ambitious for the higher gifts.”
1 Cor. 12:31
We are delighted to welcome you to our school website where we hope you will find all the information you need.
At St. Aloysius’ Catholic Primary School, we provide a rounded Catholic education for children from the age of 3-11 in a central Oxford location, a short distance from the city centre. Our school has a truly international dimension, with more than twenty different home languages spoken by our families.
“Here we seek to find God in all that we learn and recognise Him in one another. We aim to make the best use of our gifts to serve others.”
If you are a prospective parent, the website will give you a flavour of our school. However, to find out more, please make an appointment to visit us on a normal working day, where you will experience our calm, welcoming atmosphere and meet children who are excited and engaged in their learning.
A team of dedicated staff work hard to deliver a creative and broad curriculum and are well supported by parents and committed Governors. As a Catholic School we play a part, along with parents and the parish, in the formation of the children. We aim to set our pupils on the road to leading a virtuous life where they respond to God’s calling and become who they were made to be.
Our Mission Statement
Welcome to our school.
At St. Aloysius’ we learn to grow in holiness, to become who we were made to be.
Here we seek to know God, finding Him in all that we learn, and understanding that all that is good, beautiful and true offers us a glimpse of God.
Here we seek to love God, with our hearts, our minds and our souls, meeting Him in prayer and recognising Him in one another.
Here we seek to serve God, making the best use of our gifts to serve those around us.
Here, recognising God’s delight in us, and by His grace, we become more fully alive.
“A good school provides a rounded education for the whole person. And a good Catholic school, over and above this, should help all its students to become saints.”
What a busy half this has been at St Aloysius’. From an alien invasion in Tigger Class, to Year 6 pupils preparing for the sacrament of Confirmation. Oak Class have time travelled to the Roman Era with a virtual workshop from The Ashmolean Museum and Fir Class pupils have produced some high-quality information leaflets about oceans.
143 Woodstock Road Oxford
School DAY Hours DURING COVID-19
Acorn Nursery Class – 8.45am to 3.15pm
Reception, Years 1-2 – 8.45am to 3.15pm
Years 3-6 – 8.30am to 3.05pm
Reception, Years 1-2 – 8.45am to 9.00am
Years 3-6 – 8.30am to 8.45am
Acting Head Teacher: Hannah Duncan
Ages: 3 to 11
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