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    Welcome to St. Mary's School

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  • Thank you for visiting our website and taking an interest in our school. Caring Christian values are central to the ethos of St Mary’s School where each child is treated as an individual with specific needs and talents. We endeavour to develop each child’s potential to the full, by offering them a wide range of educational experiences to help them develop spiritually, socially and morally as well as academically. I hope you find everything you need but please don’t hesitate to contact us if you require further information.

    — N. Grant Headteacher
  • Living, working and praying together as we all journey through life with Christ

    Everything we do at this school is based on the beliefs, values, attitudes and practices of our Catholic faith and on the assurance of God’s loving care for each person. We aim to promote individual development and to strive for excellence in the quality of:

    The love and pastoral care we extend to others
    The standards of teaching, learning and discipline
    The relationships between: staff, pupils, parents, governors and parishioners
    The respect and tolerance shown to all.

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  • Dates For Your Diary 2017

    Wk beg 16th Oct – Parents Evening (more details to follow)
    THURS 19th Oct – School finishes for half term.
    Monday 31st Oct – School re-opens for pupils.

     

  • Latest News

    Lunchtime Casual Staff – If you would like to be considered to be a casual lunchtime supervisor please call into the school office and ask for more details. You would be asked to work on occasions when other lunchtime staff are ill and so would be cover for them.

    PTF – If you are interested in being involved in any way please ask the office for contact details, or contact us here.

    • PART TIME

      Pupils aged 3-4

    • FULL TIME

      Pupils aged 5-11

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    Active week 2015 

    22nd – 26th June

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  • Sainsbury’s School Games Award

    Good news! We have been awarded the Sainsbury’s School Games Silver Mark. The Sainsbury’s School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community

  • Mass Timetable

    Due to the work being carried out in church at the moment school Mass will be celebrated in school.  

     

     

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  • Morning Prayer

    Morning Prayer is a short prayer service held fortnightly in the school hall at 10am.

    Please come and share this time of prayer and reflection with us.

    Please note the day has changed to MONDAY instead of Wednesday.

    Mon 18th Sept – Class 4
    Mon 2nd Oct – Class 5
    Mon 16th Oct – Class 3

  • Uniform Reminders

    For all indoor PE lessons children need to have navy blue shorts and either a plain white t-shirt or a white t-shirt with out school logo on. Any warm tracksuit/leggings and top can continue to be used for outdoor games.

    Jewellery – Thank you to all parents who have helped their children to either remove their earrings or ensured they are covered until the 6 week healing period is completed.

    Hair Styles – Please remember our uniform policy does state that extreme hairstyles are not suitable or acceptable for school – this includes coloured tints/highlights.

    For other useful reminders please click here

  • Nursery places available

    Contact the office or apply online now
  • We have 11 classes in school, 6 in Key Stage 2 and 4 in Key Stage 1 and for our youngest pupils there is an Early Years Unit, which combines Nursery (part-time pupils) and Reception Year.

    The Foundation Curriculum is taught in the E.Y.U.

    Classes are numbered 1-11 with the oldest pupils (Year 6 ) in Class 11

    • Nursery
      • 3-4
        Age
      • 48
        Class size
    • Early Years Unit
      • 4-5
        Age
      • 45
        Class size
    • Key Stage 1
      • 5-7
        Year olds
      • 120
        Number of pupils
    • Key Stage 2
      • 7-11
        Year olds
      • 150
        Number of pupils
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