Welcome to the Second half of the Pentecost Term. Please do come and
join us for the wonderful events we have this term: from our Summer Fayre,
Sport's Days to end of Year Production.
Last day of the Summer Term: Friday 12th of July. Children collected at 1.30p.m.
School opens for the Advent ( Autumn) Term: Academic Year 2019 -20 on Thursday 29th of August 2019.
Welcome to the Saint Mary's Catholic Primary School website.
Thank you for visiting our website. We are a warm, welcoming, family orientated and fantastic one form entry Catholic Primary School located in the heart of Loughborough on Hastings street. Our school has amazing diversity with caring, spiritual, creative and dynamic pupils and staff. St Mary's is a member school of the St Thomas Aquinas Multi-Academy Trust, with all the Catholic schools in Leicestershire. We are very well situated with our location so close to St. Mary's Parish church, the University, College and Loughborough town centre, enabling the school to use these resources imaginatively in our curriculum planning. With the Catholic ethos at it's centre, it is an exciting place to learn and work, with coaching and nurturing of all at it's heart.
Please do visit the school to see all the wonderful opportunities, great range of extra curricular activities, after school care, pastoral care and the exciting and collaborative curriculum we have on offer or have a look at our class pages and tweets below.
We look forward to welcoming you.
If you would like to visit our fantastic school, please contact the school office on 01509 212 621 or email : firstname.lastname@example.org .
The school's Office Manager Mrs Cavanagh and Office Admin Mrs Moore will be happy to answer any queries. Should you require any information from this website to be made available in print form, please also contact the school office on the phone number or email above.
Miss P Jordan
Headteacher at St Mary's School
World Book Day
Celebrations at St. Mary's
We were very lucky to have author Damian Harvey visit St. Mary's to talk to the children about writing both fiction and non-fiction books. He did special workshops with classes and was extremely entertaining!
Many thanks to parents/carers who came into school to read with children on the official World Book Day. The children really enjoyed it.
Thank you to the school council who led today's safer internet talk to Key Stage 2. The message was, if anything makes you feel worried or upset, it's ok to say no, then tell your parents.
Our school lunches are delicious, nutritious and made on the school premises. Please let the staff know what your child will be having on Monday.
Everyone is now walking / running a 'daily mile' to improve our fitness levels.
Latest School Calendar Events
- School Reopens for the Autumn Term29Aug2019
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