Mental Health and Wellbeing

Children's Mental Health Week from 1st - 7th February 2021

The last year has been extra stressful, especially if you’re a parent.  It's normal and entirely understandable if you're feeling overwhelmed frustrated, worried or exhausted about the situation.

You might be finding it harder than ever at the moment to know how to best look after your child’s mental health and wellbeing, as well as your own. If you’re struggling, you are not alone. Here are some resources that can really help.

National Lockdown -  5th January 2021

As per government instruction, school will be closed tomorrow for all children. Key worker care and remote learning will start from Wednesday. We will update you on the arrangements tomorrow. If you have not completed your key worker form, please do so immediately so we can plan staffing arrangements accordingly. Please also ensure you have access to google classroom as this will be the platform we will be using during this period of lockdown. Currently email systems and text services have crashed so please keep an eye on what’s app and the school website for further information.


External Link Icon Critical workers and vulnerable children who can access schools or educational settings
External Link Icon National Lockdown Stay at Home

Spring Term First Half - Coronavirus Updates 2021

Please select from the documents below.

File icon: pdf Coronavirus Update - January 5th 2021.pdf [pdf 206KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf COVID-19 England Lockdown Poster.pdf [pdf 69KB] Click to download

Welcome to our Virtual Open Day

Spring Term First Half - Learning Spotlight

Welcome to our school

On behalf of all Governors, staff and children I am delighted to welcome you to St Mary’s.

St Mary’s is a very special school and we hope that you soon feel a valued part of our family. We believe children learn in response to the environment in which they find themselves and to the adults whom they encounter. At St Mary’s School, we can offer classes in attractive surroundings, led by a highly professional and dedicated team of teachers, support staff and governors. We care deeply for the development of each individual child and put your child at the centre of all we do; they always come first.

Our school is a warm, welcoming, friendly place which prides itself on the positive relationships that it has with the children and their families. We have high expectations of behaviour and academic standards supported by our enriching learning challenge curriculum that maximises every opportunity to develop the whole child holistically. Our highly committed and professional teaching and support staff enable each child to achieve their best, support each other and above all enjoy their learning and develop into lifelong learners.

Mrs. S. Hall

Head Teacher

Notice Board

If any parent requires a paper copy of the information on our school’s website, we will provide this free of charge.  Thank you