St Mary's School

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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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Hockey Finalists
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One of our Hockey teams made it through to the all island school's finals this week. The weather did not dampen their spirits! Conditions were challenging but every player gave it their all. They won 2 and lost 2 games and made it through to the semi finals. A late goal from Onchan saw them narrowl…

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Hockey Tournament
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This week we entered two teams into the Eastern schools hockey tournament. Both teams played exceptionally well and were a credit to our school, showing excellent teamwork and sportsmanship. Team 1 came second overall and are in the island schools finals on Tuesday. Well done to both teams. Good lu…

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What are Learning Dispositions?
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Have you ever wondered what the 6Rs are? We award the children in Star of the Week assembly each week for using one of the dispositions, but why? The pupils in our school currently are growing up in a fast-changing world. As they become adults, today’s students will be expected to navigate high lev…

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New School Council
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The new School Council met for the first time this week. They all received their new caps for the year. They got their £250 budget for the year and they want to buy some slides for the banks for playtimes! They also want to let children whose birthday it is to come to school for the day in their ow…

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