Belchamp St. Paul C of E Primary School
Part of the Diocese of Chelmsford Vine Schools Trust
Thank you for visiting our school website and welcome.
Belchamp St Paul Primary is a small church school situated in a beautiful, rural location where we form part of a much wider community. We have strong ties with a number of local schools and belong to the Diocese of Chelmsford Vine School Trust with whom we share our ethos and many of our guiding principles. However, our school has its own identity and character which has evolved over many generations of children.
We are an integral part of village life and are lucky enough to have many members of the local community either working for us or with us, from parents and staff to our wonderful church leader, Reverend Gill. This sense of belonging and being part of something bigger is central to all we do here.
During their time with us, we endeavour to instil children with strong values. We teach them to be compassionate, respectful and in these times of uncertainty to have hope. Building confidence and equipping children with the skills they need to be successful are our primary aims both in and outside the classroom.
We believe that through encouragement and the right opportunities children of all abilities will thrive. Our job is to provide those opportunities.
“All things are possible for one who believes” Mark 9:23
Please take the time to explore our pages and hopefully get a sense of the place. Of course, we would also be more than happy to arrange a visit so feel free to drop us an email or pick up the phone. We’d love to hear from you.
Mrs Danielle O’Connell
Explore, Dream, Discover…
Enabling children to find their feet, their strengths & their voice
What Our Parents Say
“My daughter has grown so much in confidence thanks to the support of her wonderful teachers. Belchamp St. Paul is such a warm and caring school. It’s small enough so every child is truly known and feels part of the community.”
“Our daughter absolutely loves going into school every day and feels completely at home there. Teachers and staff are all friendly and caring and make learning a lot of fun – she particularly enjoys Forest School, German and Ukulele lessons. We are very lucky to have such a warm, welcoming and fun school on our doorstep.”