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Do you have a child born between 1st September 2015 and 31st August 2016? They are due to start school September 2020 and applications open this month. Join us for our open mornings on either Saturday 19th October or Monday 11th November to find out what we offer. Call 2848488 for more details

Our Mission is to provide a distinctive Catholic Education in partnership with the home, parish and community, founded on the gospel message of love, respect and prayer, where the unique value of each person is acknowledged, the needs of each are recognised and the talents of each are nurtured to full potential.


  • Y3/Y4 Fencing On Monday 7th October, 14 of our Y3 and Y4 children participated in a sports event at English Institute of Sport where they were taught the basic skills of fencing. At the end of the training, each group was entered into a short competition against the other Sheffield Catholic Schools in attendance. Out of our 4 teams, 2 received medals for 1st place - congratulations! All of the children felt proud of their achievements, displayed good manners and sportsmanship throughout the event and enjoyed learning new sporting skills.  
    Posted 9 Oct 2019, 07:08 by Lynsie Tuplin
  • Y1 visit to EIS Sheffield On Friday 27th September Year 1 enjoyed a fantastic morning taking part in a Multi-Skills Event at the EIS Sheffield.  The children were able to practice and develop their core PE movement skills through different activities including: relays, tig game, dance and shooting stars (throwing and dodging game).  It was great to see the children display qualities such as teamwork, helping others and trying their best at the EIS Sheffield.  Well done Year 1 you were a credit to yourselves and to St. Mary’s for showing excellent attitude, effort and behaviour.
    Posted 4 Oct 2019, 21:26 by Lynsie Tuplin
  • Y4 visit to The National Justice Museum This half term Y4 are learning about crime and punishment in the past and the development of the British legal system. To support this work, they visited the National Justice Musuem. The day began in the courtroom where 1 member of the class was put on trial and all of the others had a role ranging from prosecution barrister to jury to judge to witness! In the end, she was found guilty and sentenced to 3 days in prison! Y4 then went on to look at the difference between adult and youth court and criminal and civil cases. They met a jailer who threatened to remove their hair and teeth if they couldn't pay for their stay in prison ...
    Posted 17 May 2019, 03:55 by Lynsie Tuplin
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