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Summer Holiday

Term has ended for the children. Have a wonderful summer break. We will see you again for the start of the Autumn term on Wednesday 4th September

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.


  • 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
  • Town Hall Chambers Debate Children from year 6 attended a debate in the Town Hall chambers. Each school was given a question to research. Ours was, 'Should children have to work for their pocket money.' On the day we found out we needed to argue against this. The children all spoke well. After listening to the debate the chambers had to vote to see which argument was the best. 37 children out of 61 voted for us. They were amazing ambassadors of our school. Thank you to the children for their commitment and preparation and Mrs Hirst for her enthusiasm and organisation. 
    Posted 29 Mar 2019, 07:05 by Lynsie Tuplin
  • World Book Day World Book Day was a great success yet again at St Mary's. The creativeness of the costumes was amazing and the staff all joined in with an Alice in Wonderland theme. The staff had a hard choice to choose a costume winner from each class and an extreme reader from each key stage. Winners pictured below.
    Posted 20 Mar 2019, 04:45 by Lynsie Tuplin
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