Closure/reopening arrangements of the school during COVID 19
Safeguarding and Child Protection continue to remain a high priority during the current emergency arrangements. Normal school safeguarding policies are in place and Designated Safeguarding staff are contactable at all times at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you believe a child is in immediate danger of harm, please contact the emergency services on 999.
For general school enquiries, please telephone 01638 662 719 during office hours or email email@example.com
With thanks and best wishes
Mrs Clare Clark
We’re constantly doing exciting things here at St Louis Academy. Important events are listed on our calendar, which is updated regularly.
Our Class pages
Our children embark on learning adventures every day. Find out what each year group has been up to lately on our Year Group Pages.
Get in contact
Have a question? You can call us direct on 01638 662719, or contact us online. You can also report absences using our online absence form.
St. Louis Catholic Academy
The school was founded in 1937 by the Sisters of St. Louis on the principle of showing respect for the uniqueness of each child, and that principle prevails today. Our school is a thriving Christian community where our children are central to everything that we do. It is a place of love and laughter where adults and children enjoy working together to achieve their full potential.
Our Uniform Information
We have alovely uniform that you can order from our supplier.
All absences must be authorised. Fill out an application form online.
Years of Learning
A learning Conversation at St. Louis Academy
Our children ‘s learning adventures are constantly evolving – take a look at our year group pages to see what each class has been getting up to lately.
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St. Louis Academy is a part of Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Multi Academy Trust.
What’s going on at St. Louis Academy
I know you have been waiting to find out about the last egg! Are you ready? 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . . GO! Was that what you eggspected? (expected!) Did the disciples know that the tomb would be empty? The empty tomb shows us just how much we are loved and how...
John 19 16 Then he handed him over to them to be crucified.
Maundy Thursday Jesus celebrated the Passover with his disciples and again taught them to love because He loved us first. Rowan Class reenacted the Last Supper. The children watched everyone have their feet washed and we broke and shared bread. When does this happen...
On Sunday we would normally have gathered and waved palms at church and shouted "Hosanna" for Jesus, the King who rides on a donkey. As we were learning the story in Rowan Class, we made palms out of newspaper, shouted HOSANNA and sang our song as we waved our palms....
We are still Rowan Class, yet what a difference a day makes. Everything different and yet the same. Still counting, still writing, still getting taller every day. Still loving. Still being loved. Our classroom looks a little different now. This part of Rowan looks...
Lime class had an exciting art lesson on Wednesday this week. A few weeks ago they had made clay squares with designs cut into them. This week the clay had finished drying and the children were finally able to print with them. This was done by putting the clay on the...