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26.5.21 Violet class trip to Bowles – Activity Day
27.5.21 Last Day of Term 5 (3.15pm finish)
28.5.21 INSET Day - School closed to all pupils.
31.5.21 to 4-5-21 Half Term – School closed to all pupils
7.6.21 First day of Term 6 for pupils
16.6.21 St Gregory’s Catholic Secondary School - Open Event for Year 5 pupils and parents 8.55am to 12pm
18.6.21 Friends of St Mary's ‘Do Something Different ‘day.
21.6.21 RE Events week - Islam
21.6.21 Red and Violet Class. Groups Photos
28.6.21 Violet Class retreat day with Fr Dominic
1.7.21 New Reception Class 2021 Transition - Make and Take (10-11am)
1.7.21 - 3.7.21 Violet Class Residential (camp in school grounds)
3.7.21 Friends of St Mary’s Music Festival 6pm
5.7.21 Secondary School Experience Day at St Gregory’s for Indigo Class
5.7.21 & 6.7.21 Violet Class Transition Days for pupils going to Beacon - 2 days
8.7.21 & 9.7.21 Violet Class Transition Days for pupils going to St. Gregory’s - 2 days
9.7.21 Sports Day and picnic lunch
11.7.21 Parish Party to celebrate Fr Kevin’s 60th ordination anniversary 2pm to 8pm
12.7.21 INSET Day - School closed to all pupils.
14.7.21 New Reception Class 2021 Transition - Stay and Play (10-11am)
14.7.21 & 15.7.21 Violet/Indigo School Production (evenings)
16.7.21 Reserve Sports Day
23.7.21 Leavers Mass 9.30am
23.7.21 Last Day of Term (1pm finish)
Dates subject to possible changes
St Mary’s is a successful Catholic school where we celebrate diversity and warmly welcome families from all faiths and backgrounds who are happy to support our ethos. We aim, at all times, to live out our mission to Pray – Learn – Love – Enjoy. We hold the needs of the whole child at the heart of all that we do. Academic achievement is very important to us but not in isolation and as such we nurture and develop the spiritual, sporting, musical, social, moral and emotional skills and talents in all children too.
We aim to equip our children for 21st century learning and life. We encourage resilience, the ability to reflect and adapt to the changing needs of the modern world, to think creatively, to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a team and to act responsibly as global citizens.
Mrs Carol Scanlon (Headteacher)
Each term we have a different learning value as a focus. This term we are concentrating on being
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