St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School
Welcome to our much loved and valued Catholic Primary School. Our community promotes high standards of teaching, learning and behaviour.
We believe that a strong partnership is essential between school and each child’s family to enable children to learn, grow and reach their full potential.
Our Mission Statement
As God’s family we nurture and inspire our children by broadening their horizons as they learn. Through rich and varied experiences, we enable them to be a loving and caring influence on our world.
Mrs Crane - Executive Headteacher
Mrs Cooper - Head of School
We passed the figure of Mary, Joseph and the donkey around each class as part of their Posada journey this advent. We prayed together as a class family, for all families around the world this Christmas
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 Nativities will be taking place on Tuesday 10th December and Wednesday 11th December at 2:30pm. Please see the recent letter sent out in regards to getting tickets by Thursday 5th December. If you need any extra than the 2 tickets allocated per child then spare tickets we have will … Read more
This week we celebrated National Odd Sock Day (12th November 2019). Thank you for coming to school in odd socks to help raise awareness of anti- bullying this week. Our odd socks help us to remember that we are all unique. and special. Together we are reminded how we can build positive relationships with each … Read more
The children all took part in a non school uniform day on Friday 15th November to raise money for Children in Need. We raised fantastic £166.44!
If you would like to apply for a place in the Reception class from September 2020. Please contact the school office and speak to Mrs Harrison
The children were delighted to be able to watch a display on the sea by the pilot boat Kingfisher, which our school helped to name.
On Wednesday 6th November, a team of our Year 3 children competed for the school in a Matball tournament at Pakefield High School. The children were fantastic ambassadors for our school and showed excellent team spirit and competitiveness in all games. The children performed magnificently and made it all the way to the semi finals where … Read more
Following on from a special Assembly by the NSPCC, Year 5 and 6 took part in workshops based on the theme: Speak out. Stay Safe. We are now all keen to start raising money to support the NSPCC through our sponsored Dance-a-thon, taking place in school over the week beginning 18.11.19. If your child has … Read more