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St Mary’s School has proposed changes to the Admission Arrangements for 2019/20. The consultation period is open until 4:00pm on 31st January 2017. The Admissions Policy 2019/20 can be found at

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.


  • Sporting Success (again!) Representatives from Y3 and Y4 travelled to Ecclesfield School for the local Sportshall Athletics competition. The children were fantastic and a real credit to the school. Everyone did their very best at which ever event they were chosen for. They were polite and worked together as a fabulous team. This resulted in them coming first overall out of the 5 schools taking part. This means that St Mary's will now compete in the next level of competition. Well done!
    Posted 6 Dec 2017, 00:58 by Lynsie Tuplin
  • Christmas Fair Our annual Christmas Fair, organised by the Friends of St Mary's, was yet again a resounding success. So many of you turned out to help and support this event. This year, for the first time, teams of children were challenged to 'Grow £5.' There were some wonderfully inventive ways of raising money with the winning stall raising over £75! The whole event raised over £1200 and this will continue to raise with the raffle and bag sales ongoing. This money will be used to enhance the opportunities available to every child.                             
    Posted 6 Dec 2017, 00:29 by Lynsie Tuplin
  • Y3 Trip to the Synagogue and the Cathedral This half term Y3 extended their knowledge and understanding of the Jewish faith by visiting a synagogue. They had a tour round looking at the features, saw a Torah scroll and had the opportunity to ask many questions. The same day, Y3 explored their own faith in further detail by visiting the seat of the Catholic church here in the Diocese of Hallam - St Marie's Cathedral. Our very own Deacon Bill gave a tour round the cathedral and the children spotted many decorative and symbolic features. 
    Posted 30 Nov 2017, 01:50 by Lynsie Tuplin
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