John Paul II Primary School

John Paul II Primary School
an amalgamation of St Aidan’s Christian Brothers Primary and St Bernadette’s Primary
in Corpus Christi Parish, Belfast,
opened on 1 September 2013. 

 

JPIIJohn Paul II Primary School
Whiterock Road
Belfast
BT12 7FW

Tel: 028 90320565

Principal: Mr Raymond Hunter

The school is under the Trusteeship of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust
working in partnership with Corpus Christi Parish.

” Who will ever measure all the good that has come from
the spiritual insight, warm heart and determined faith of Blessed Edmund Rice?”
(Pope John Paul II) 

INSPECTION REPORT

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  • “The leadership team and staff have a shared strategic vision for providing high quality education which values every child. The principal, well supported by the vice-principal, provides highly effective and inspirational leadership. The leadership team, co-ordinators and staff work diligently and with increasing collegiality to bring about improvement in key aspects of the school’s overall provision, and place an appropriate focus on improving the children’s learning experiences and the standards they attain.”
  • “The quality of the provision for pastoral care in the school is outstanding. The philosophy of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust charter pervades the life and work of the school and is exemplified in the daily practice which fosters and values the children’s qualities and strengths. Through a number of forums including the school council, the views of the children are sought, valued and used to inform developments in the school’s provision. A strong sense of community and mutual respect between the staff and the children is evident in the school; all of the staff are highly committed to the care and well being of the children.”
  • “The school has excellent links and partnerships with the wider community including community workers, and a variety of external support agencies as well as international links through the Edmund Rice Schools Trust. The children’s learning experiences are extended and enriched as a result of the opportunities to take part in a wide range of activities and events beyond the classroom.”