Welcome to St. Teresa's Catholic Primary School's website.


We have been informed at 11.45 a.m. on Tuesday 15th June that the photographer who was due into school on Wednesday 16th June will not be able to come in.

Therefore, the children in Reception, Year 2 and Year 4 are to come into school in P.E. kit, as usual. School uniform is not required for these three classes on Wednesday 16th June.. 

The photographer is re-booked to come into school on Friday 25th June.

Congratulations Assembly 11th June 2021

Welcome to our first Celebration Assembly for our final half term of this school year.

Please do watch this recording to find out about the achievements of children from each of our classes. There's also information from Mr Cokery about the classes who had the best attendance and punctuality this week.

Mr Corkery also thanks Year 6 for their impressive fund raising efforts - Well Done Year 6!

You'll also hear about visits to school from the Birmingham Royal Ballet and various sports coaches.

There's also a request that all laptops which were loaned to pupils are wiped clean, of anything that's been added, and returned to school.

Finally, Mr Corkery asks us to keep in mind the Year 4 children who will be making their First Holy Communion this weekend. Please keep them in your prayers.

Have a lovely and safe weekend - from all at St Teresa's.


Online reading.

You will now be able to access a range of reading books and spelling activities through the school's Oxford Owl Subscription.

Please read this PowerPoint which will introduce you to it.

Advent is a time of waiting..... our Nativity Story, with contributions from all seven classes is now available on the 'Nativity 2020' link on the left hand side of this page.

Department for Education guidance for parents and carers

Children are not to attend school in line with public health advice and are to self-isolate if they:

  • have had symptoms or a positive test result themselves
  • live with someone who has symptoms or has tested positive
  • are a close contact of someone who has coronavirus (COVID-19) and are requested to do so by NHS Test and Trace or the Public Health England (PHE) advice service.

From Monday 8th March children will continue to come into school from 8.50 a.m. to 9.05 a.m. and be collected at the end of the school day from 3.05 p.m. to 3.20 p.m.

Children and a parent/carer will come onto the school site in the morning via the gates by the staff car park. The child will go into class and the parent/carer will continue around the playgrounds leaving the site via the pathway from the Infant playground onto Butlers Road. Please do not gather at the end of this pathway.

At the end of the school day, parents/carers will take the same route in the same direction to collect their children. The child will be sent out to you from the relevant classroom. Please do not gather at the classroom doors.  Thank you for your support in implementing this routine in school.


 The return to school guide published for the start of the academic year has been updated to reflect changes in place for the Spring Term 2021. See link below:

St. Teresa's School Routines - January 2021

Go to 'News and Diary' to view recent school newsletters. 

It is a straightforward process to sign up at the bottom of the News and Diary page to have the school newsletter emailed directly to you each week. 


The school term dates for 2020-2021 are linked to the top of the 'Parents/Carers Information' page and at the bottom of the 'News and Diary' page.


People/Organisations offering support to families during this time

Father Hudson Family Support

If you require support from Father Hudson Family Support please contact the school. 

Covid 19 Special Educational Needs Resources

On the left drop down menu please click on COVID-19 SEND resources and family support.  


  RE learning resources

The Diocesan Education Service have published links to RE learning resources.   

Please click on  COVID-19 RE resources link (on the left drop down menu) to access these resources along with other support materials  children can use.

 Below is this edition of the Wednesday Word for the two weekends of the half-term break and the first weekend of the second half of the Summer Term.

You can download this Wednesday Word by clicking on the link below to read it more easily.

Everyone at our school wishes you a very warm welcome to our exciting website.

Here you will find a great deal of information about us, and we hope you find it interesting as well as informative.

You are encouraged to take a virtual tour of our school, meet the staff and governors, view our calendar for up and coming events, and view our links to web-based learning activities. Please take advantage of access to other information on our website which is updated regularly.

 We hope you enjoy reading our web pages and finding out more about our wonderful school. It truly is a school to be proud of. 

Little Flowers Growing and Giving Glory to God