# Learning for Life, Anchored in Christ
Our vision is to inspire happy, courageous, independent, curious and creative life- long learners. We aim for all to achieve their full potential, striving both academically and socially with humility and dignity.
We believe that being anchored in Jesus Christ will guide us all with hope, compassion and wisdom in becoming successful members of a global community.
St.Clement's Church of England Primary Academy
Serving the local community in the name of Christ since 1859
"The assembly hall of St. Clement's C. of E. Academy in Nechells has been decorated with the themes of Creations, words of scripture and imaginative images of children in the world. Most of the pupils in the school are Muslims, as is the artist. There us a striking painting of a giraffe, patterned with the global map, standing beside a large wooden cross. The most visible written word is joy.
This school is a shining example in inner city Birmingham of the Church's provision for wider communities providing good all round education in the context of faith."
An extract from the 2017 New Year's message by David Urquhart, Bishop of Birmingham.
The SATs results are in and St. Clement's children have again performed in line with other successful schools and a… https://t.co/AIaOPopTyc
Over the weekend, the girls and boys of Erdington and Saltley Primary Schools' FA once again put the area on the fo… https://t.co/lJsTztlbQe
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Please be considerate of local residents when you are dropping your children off at the Academy.
DUE TO THE ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS THE ACADEMY WILL NOT BE OPEN TOMORROW, FRIDAY 2ND MARCH.
Year 6 visit the Buddhist temple.
Year 5 visit the Hindu temple.
Year 3 visit the gudwara.
Year 1 visit the synagogue.
The Academy closes at 12.30pm on Friday 22nd December. Please collect your pupils promptly. Have a safe and happy Christmas break.