School closes at 3pm Friday 24th May for half term
School re-opens on Tuesday 4th June at 9am
Monday 3rd June - Staff Training Day

St Mary's School
Story

St Mary's Church of England Primary School has moved into the new building. We have now welcomed our 4th class to St Mary's and will continue to grow until 2020 when we will have classes in every year group up to Y6.
We hope you enjoy reading about St Mary’s School on our website and can see some of the amazing things we have undertaken in the past 3 years. As we settle into our site, we will be developing the curriculum further, particularly focusing on the learning opportunities our outdoor space will bring.
If you are a prospective parent we hope to meet you soon at an open day. Dates are posted here on the website or why not join our mailing list to receive regular updates. Just click on the "contact" tab at the top of this page to do so.

St Mary's School
Application Guide

If you are interested in your children joining us in Reception in September 2019 please contact the school office. Download the admissions pack here.

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Latest News

Bake Sale

We are delighted to have raised £158.72 from the cake sale. This has been donated to Pencils of Promise who provide educational materials and training to schools in Ghana, Guatemala, Laos and Nicaragua.

Click the following link to see some of their amazing work. Pencils of Promise

International Poetry Day – 21st March 2019

To mark this occasion, Damson class have written and performed to class poems in assembly today.

Obviously some hidden talent in that class! Click here to read the poems

World Book Day

Something strange seems to have happened to the staff……

New Age Kurling

Through our work with the FSSP, we were invited to take part in a new age kurling tournament at Villiers High School yesterday. Teams from Y3 and Y4 represented the school and despite being complete novices acquitted themselves very well.

The Y3 team were third overall, whilst the Y4 team won their group. The medals were presented this morning in assembly by Mr Doyle and Mrs Mutch. Congratulations to all who took part.

We will be given a new age kurling kit for use in school, so everyone in KS2 will have an opportunity to try this out for themselves.

Friends of St Mary's School