School Prospectus 2022
CONSULTATION ON PROPOSED ACADEMY CONVERSION
The Governors at St Mary's CofE Primary School have taken a decision to consider applying for academy status and join Chester Diocesan Academies Trust (CDAT). Governors are now entering the consultation phase.
The consultation letter, CDAT vision & ethos, frequently asked questions and feedback form can be found on this link here:
Parents_Carers_Letter_St Mary's CofE Consultation.pdf
Community_Letter_St Mary's CofE Consultation.pdf
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About St Mary's
Headteacher: Rachel Tainsh
Main Contact: Anthea Jackson (Business Manager)
SENDCO: Stephanie Alley & Jemma Brearley
St. Marys C.E Primary School
Castlefields Avenue South
Tel: 01928 565995
Fax: 01928 569298
Halton Parish, Runcorn
Helping to support children and families.pdf
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Deeply rooted in the love of Jesus we are committed to:-
Creating a happy, healthy and honest school, where everyone feels secure and valued.
Providing excellent teaching and learning opportunities which develop independent, confident and resilient life long learners who can think for themselves.
Celebrating and supporting all children to unlock and fulfil their unique potential.
Preparing children to contribute to society with wisdom, hope, tolerance and dignity.
Living by our school values of Love; Honesty; Courage; Compassion; Determination and Respect.
Our vision is to inspire and grow a compassionate community of excellence.
A happy place for our children to shine for God, for each other, and for themselves.
We are very proud to announce that St Marys's C.E Primary School has received the British Council’s International School Award. This globally recognised accreditation demonstrates that we provide an enriched learning and teaching environment which incorporates international learning activities, from introducing international education into the curriculum to embedding it within our school’s culture.
For more information please click here.
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