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About The School

St Mary's C of E Primary School is a small village school divided into three classrooms. Small classes ensure that our excellent teaching team can provide support or challenges to individual pupils as required. We also have an imaginative approach to staffing with specialist subject teachers teaching across the classes.

All pupils benefit from a range of amenities including a playground, extensive school field, wildlife garden and local woodland where we go for Forest School.

Hot lunches, provided by the Iron Rice Bowl, are available every day and parents may order from a weekly menu or children can be provided with a healthy packed lunch. Children have easy access to drinking water throughout the day and at morning break, to encourage health eating, fresh fruit is available to all pupils.

In January 2013 the Department of Education granted St Mary's C of E Primary School Free School status, which means we are free of Local Authority control.

Educational Vision

Vision Statement
Recognising that every child matters and is different, our vision is to guide and nurture each individual towards his/her best achievable level of attainment, in all aspects of learning and personal development: academic, physical, and spiritual by offering an exciting and inspirational curriculum in a caring, family-style environment guided by the ethos of the Christian faith.

Mission Statement
The Mission Statement for St Mary's C of E Primary School is 
‚ÄėAchieving Excellence‚Äô.

Admissions 
Although we are a school with a Church of England designation, teaching within the principles of the Christian Church, there is no selection on grounds of faith.  All children of any faith or of no particular faith are welcome.

School Policies

School Policy documents can be downloaded from the Downloads Page.

Further Information

> Term Dates and other important events.

> Download a Location map of the school and village.

> Download a timetable of the school day.

   Key Stage 1   -   Key Stage 2 Y3/4 - Key Stage 2 Y5/6

> Download a mini-prospectus Here.

> Download our April 2012 Ofsted Report:

  Ofsted Report April 2012

 

 

Aims for St Mary's C of E Primary School

The school will aim to:

‚ÄĘ Achieve the highest standards of teaching and learning through a wide and stimulating curriculum and innovative teaching method, while maintaining high standards in the basic skills, in order to ensure that each pupil leaves the school equipped with those skills in reading, writing and mathematics necessary to proceed smoothly to secondary education.¬†‚ÄĘ Prepare pupils for life in a rapidly changing world by giving them the ability to communicate effectively and to work in teams when appropriate, whilst encouraging them to be creative, innovative, resilient and adaptive.¬†¬†‚ÄĘ Establish an educational ethos in which all pupils, regardless of ability or background, can achieve their maximum potential, both in terms of attainment and personal development, in a safe, friendly and attractive environment, while enjoying to the full the experience being offered.¬†‚ÄĘ Guide each individual to an understanding of good citizenship guided by a Christian ethic, in terms of a loving, caring and compassionate approach to others.¬†‚ÄĘ Provide the facilities and quality of teaching that will make it possible for every pupil to flourish, expanding their knowledge and enjoy education both within the school situation and within the wider community.¬†‚ÄĘ Involve parents and the community in all aspects of school life and encourage the children themselves to share in church and secular events.¬†‚ÄĘ Provide a value for money solution through direct voluntary community involvement in all aspects of running the school.

 

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