Welcome to all of the families who will be joining us in September. We are looking forward to welcoming you to our New Parents’ Morning on Thursday 27th June at 9.15am, where you will get to learn more about St Paul’s and what it means to be a member of our special school family. We have four places left for Year 3 in September. If you are new to the area and thinking St Paul’s, please contact admissions@wokingham.gov.uk as they handle all admissions for our school.

Church Links

St Paul's Parish Church is a very special place and a short walk from school. We visit the church to come together as a school family for Harvest, Christmas, Easter and our Leavers' Service. We also visit church and benefit from the expertise of the clergy team to support our curriculum work.

Saint Paul’s is an Anglican church in the town of Wokingham, Berkshire. It is part of the Diocese of Oxford. It is open every day for peace and reflection, and visitors are always welcome. The worship tradition at St Paul’s can probably be best described as Anglo-Catholic. 

St Paul's and the churches of Woosehill and St Nicholas Emmbrook are the three churches within the parish of St Paul's, Wokingham.


Rev’d Canon Richard Lamey became Rector of the three Churches of the Parish in November 2012.

He believes that being a parish priest is the best job in the world because it is about God and about people, and helping people to see where God is already at work in their lives and community.

Richard is also the Area Dean of Sonning, a member of Bishop’s Council and Diocesan Synod, and Young Vocations Champion for the Archdeaconry of Berkshire, as well as being Vice Chair of Governors at St Paul’s Junior School, a role he relishes.

Contact Fr Richard


Links to the churches of St Paul's Parish: