St Mary's School

The children are at the heart of everything we do.

Headteacher’s Welcome

As the Headteacher of Saint Mary’s Roman Catholic Primary School I would like to take this opportunity to warmly welcome you to our school.

The aims of the Governors, staff and myself is to develop responsible and socially aware individuals by building a curriculum which meets the needs of all learners. Building curious, creative and emotionally intelligent learners should go hand in hand with academic success; ensuring every child develops positive learning dispositions.

We value the support and co-operation of parents and view the education of each child as a partnership between home, school and parish. By working with you we can achieve the very best for all our children.

We are very proud of our school, its Catholic ethos and its excellent reputation within the local community. We expect the highest standards from our pupils in everything they do.

Myself and all our staff will do everything possible to ensure your child’s time with us is both happy and successful.

Many Thanks,

Mrs D Martin

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Latest activity

Cross Country Success
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The Cross Country season has begun and we had some fantastic results from pupils here at St Mary's. We are extremely proud of you all. Good luck in the next set of competitions.

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Hockey Winners
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Well done to our Hockey Team who won the all island Hockey Tournament. After finishing top in their group last week, they played in the final today and won. Well done to both our teams who took part. All the children were a credit to our school.

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Official Opening
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On Friday 24th September the School's Extension was officially opened by Dr Allinson - Minister for the Department of Education Sport and Culture, alongside Mrs Ann Corlett. In attendance was His Right Reverend Bishop Tom Neylon and Rev. Monsignor Devine. Key Stage 2 children and staff attended the…

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