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St. Mary’s CE Primary is a school where children are supported in becoming confident, independent young people, who strive to take on a challenge, are not afraid to learn from their mistakes and are motivated to learn so they can flourish and be inspired with a love of learning they can take with them throughout their life.
The aims and values of our school are at the heart of everything we do and is the golden thread which runs through our school. At St Mary’s, we care for one another and invest in the uniqueness of each individual. Our Christian values of: Love, Trust and Hope are deeply rooted within us all.
Mr Piper, Headteacher
Our aim is to provide a caring Christian environment where everyone is special. We all work to ensure that children are happy and secure. We create a stimulating environment where children can achieve their full potential. We aim to develop the children socially, morally, spiritually and culturally by promoting attitudes of mutual respect and responsibility.
Take a look at the great things our children are doing simply click on your child's Year Group
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