02 September 2014
St. James Church of England Voluntary Aided School
News Letter Issue 4
We have lots of events happening during Spring 2. Find out more read more ...

News Letter Issue 3 - 27 November 2013
 Newsletter Issue 3 is ready! Your e-copy can be found here.  read more ...

Newsletter Issue 2
 Newsletter Issue 2 is ready! Hopefully, you have found one in your child's bag, but if you haven't, here is your copy. read more ...

Ofsted Result - 20 March 2013
 Ofsted Report is ready - and we are GOOD! A copy should be going home with children this week. Ofsted website will have the report on their website from Wednesday 27th March. Alternatively, you can download the report from here .

Latest Articles

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Thu, 19 Sep 2013 13:04:00 +0100

 Lots of things happening at St. James' - for everyone!

Mon, 20 May 2013 11:14:00 +0100

 Instead of a blog from Mr Shortall, a message from Mrs Jones on what is happening with the Governors

Fri, 26 Apr 2013 15:15:00 +0100

 The summer term is here - make sure you are too!


Welcome to the website for St James' Church of England Primary School, Birch in Rusholme.

At St. James’ Church of England Primary School we value our opportunity to contribute to the local community in a positive way. The phrase “Love your neighbour as yourself” underpins everything that we do.

We believe that people, who love their neighbours as they do themselves, are rich in confidence, resilience, empathy and heart. They are positive people who wish want to make the world a better place, trying to understand others instead of criticising. They believe that everyone is a small, yet vitally important, part of a bigger picture.

St James’ has a unique opportunity to shape our community, which is a privilege. It is our hope that everyone who comes in to contact with us, is able to help us learn to love our neighbour as we would ourselves. In turn, we hope that they will learn to do the same.

Thank you for visiting our website.

Gavin Shortall 

The St James’ Charter underpins the life of our school.
"St James' Ethos" by G. Shortall and Rev'd Hayley Matthews, Rector, Holy Innocents

Safeguarding Statement

St James' C. of E. School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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