St Mary's Primary School
Welcome to our small family oriented school. Please call in or ring the office on 01995 61367 to speak to Mrs Mary Morris our Head teacher or Mrs Lisa Cookson, our business support officer if you have any questions. We have places available in some of our classes so you are very welcome to drop by anytime if you would like to come and have a look around. You do not need to make an appointment - we welcome visitors at any time.
All children and their families from all religions and backgrounds are welcome at St Mary's School. We are an inclusive school that celebrates diversity. Although we are a Catholic school, we love to find out about all faiths and cultures and we positively encourage all our children to be respectful and tolerant towards everyone in our world. Many of our children at St. Mary's are not Catholics and we all work together as part of a bigger team.
Our Mission Statement
Everyone is Welcome at St. Mary’s Primary School.
We listen to the Word of God and from this we always try to help each other.
We Witness a loving God who is at the centre of all we do.
We care for the Welfare of everyone by encouraging them to always do their best.
We share daily Worship that helps us to develop good relationships with God, ourselves and each other.
Year 5 visit to Cobble Hey|
Posted: 22nd Mar 2016
Year 5 recently visited Cobble Hey Farm with Mrs. Butcher. It was their second visit of the year to see how the seasons affect the animals and plants there.
They worked with the RSPCA, looking at habitats the farm has created for Oyster Catchers, Red Shanks, Snipes, Lapwings and Curlews.
Later they fed the chickens with Farmer Dave and had the opprotunity to look at the other farm animals and learn about how they are kept and what effects the recent weather has had on the way they are cared for on the farm. The best part was feeding the lambs of course and the children wanted to take one back to school for a new school pet!
The children also planted rhubarb seeds and were given a tour of the greenhouses to see what fruits and vegetables had been planted and harvested at this time of year.
It was a really sunny day with spring sunshine and enjoyed by all.
World Book Day 2016|
We had a wonderful day on World Book Day. All the children and staff came to school dressed up as fantastic traditional fairytale characters.
This is the Big Bad Wolf just about to eat Red Riding Hood. Fortunately, the Woodcutter is on hand to sort out the problem!!
Please take a look at some photographs of our wonderful school. We are all very proud to belong to such a caring and friendly family.