At St Mary’s each child is valued as an individual. Education takes place within the framework of Christ’s teaching with emphasis placed on Gospel values. We are a Christian family, a community who values all stakeholders within it: parents, children, past parents and pupils, friends, parishioners and members of the local community alike. We believe good education is a 3 way partnership between the child, school and home. Together we create a friendly, stimulating environment in which your children can flourish. We are proud of our happy, highly motivated and well-behaved children, who are eager to learn. You will also meet a caring, dedicated staff who are firmly committed to providing the best academic, social, moral, spiritual and emotional education for your children.
Our wonderful school is situated in attractive grounds. We are bordered by mature trees and hedgerow, we are fortunate to have a large grass playing field, two hard court areas, a woodland walk, wild meadow area and vegetable growing garden. The Early Years also have their own separate outdoor learning areas. Our children are extremely well supported during their time at St Mary’s. Our team of teachers and support staff are enthusiastic, committed and caring and enjoy working together with the children. High standards of learning and behaviour are expected at all times. We run a popular Breakfast Club, which starts at 7.45am and After school club, which starts at 3.15 and runs until 6pm. We value the contribution each and every child makes to our school community and we strive to ensure that equal opportunity is a reality for all our pupils. School trips play an important role in our school life, from when children enter St Mary’s they have the opportunity to experience a variety of trips.
A huge thank you to Groove Silent Disco for our brilliant KS2 silent disco today in aid of Children in Need. https://t.co/eVUwF7p9Nd
A huge well done & thank you to the choir, you were fantastic at Bury Lane today, we are very proud of you https://t.co/Kt7E5FsVQo
Thank you Mrs Woodford for your assembly today about Children in Need. The story of the man and the starfish reminded us that even if we do one small thing to help, together we could make a huge difference. Jesus wants us to look after each other, just like the Good Samaritan did https://t.co/gyTH5qmyYo