Head’s Welcome Message
Welcome to our St. Teresa’s Catholic Primary School Bristol website.
I hope the information provided on our website gives you an insight into the experiences and opportunities we offer our pupils to grow and flourish.
As a school, we pride ourselves on providing a learning environment and a variety of opportunities for our children so that every one of them may be helped to reach their full potential and make the most of their talents given to them by God. The care and well-being of every child is integral to the ethos of our Catholic school and we are blessed with a dedicated and committed team of staff and Governors who work hard to ensure this.
At St. Teresa’s we see ourselves as more than just a school, we are a school family. Our Catholic Christian Community and all aspects of our school life and work reflect our faith.
The mission of St. Teresa’s Catholic Primary School is to provide a Catholic education that inspires our school family to excellence in all our God given talents, where we let our lights shine for all to see.
Online payments with ParentPay!
We are no longer accepting cash and cheque payments, making the school a cash-free environment. Parents who need to continue making payments by cash may do so using the PayPoint network at local convenience stores.
To make a payment via ParentPay click on the logo below
Paper copy of information
If parents/carers require a paper copy of any information on our school website, please contact the school office.
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Latest test Events
- Whole School Family Mass first communicants03Jul2018
9:30 am - 10:15 am
- Moving Up Morning05Jul2018
9:00 am - 10:00 am
- Y6 St Bede's Transition day05Jul2018
- New Reception Parent's meeting05Jul2018
1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
- Y5 Cake Sale06Jul2018
3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Children now have the option of wearing polo shirts to school, or girls may wear a blue and white checked dress. The polo shirt must be purchased from our supplier. It is optional to wear summer uniform, children may continue to wear a shirt and tie if they wish.