Welcome to the new website for St Modwen's Catholic Primary School.
We are one of two Catholic primary schools serving the Burton on Trent area. We currently have 300 children on roll in our brand new school site on Tutbury Rd in Burton.
We hope that you will find all the information that you need about our school on this site.
If you have any questions or wish to make a visit to school in relation to an admissions application, please contact the school office firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to welcome you.
Mrs Amanda Newbold
We have a number of vacancies on our school staff please click on the link to view the positions.
Please note our new address from Monday 14th July 2014:
St Modwen's Catholic Primary School,
Burton on Trent
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School Games Gold Award
St Modwen's have been awarded the highest level Sainsbury's School Games Mark - the Gold award! It reflects the outstanding participation in School Games events. The children have once again done the school proud competing in a multitude of sporting events.
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St Modwen's Sports Teams are playing regularly, click here to see the results!
Most recently, we competed in the Staffordshire School games in tennis, won the Ellis Shield (football) and a girls' Y3/4 football competition.
Jessica Lear - Taekwondo Double Scottish Champion
Everyone at St Modwen's would like to congratulate Jessica for this fantastic achievement. You can view the story of her success on the sport news page, as well as the sporting stars page. Well done Jess!
Over May half term, Mr Salisbury joined the Burton Albion Community Trust on the trip to Ghana. The donated kit from St Modwen's was extremely well received. The school in the village of Woe sends its thanks to the children, parents and staff at St Modwen's for the generous donations. Pictures of the kit being worn in Ghana can be seen below.
Below is a picture from Ghana Day, where the children of St Modwen's raised money for the trip whilst wearing the colours of the Ghana flag. For more information about Ghana Day, please see the news archive.