​​  St Mary's Primary RuncornSchool Day

 

KS1

9.00 am - School Starts

9.15 am - Assembly

9.30 to 11.45 pm - Literacy / Numeracy/ Letters and Sounds Lessons

11.45 to 12.35 pm - Lunch

12.35 to 2.10 pm - Creative Curriculum / R.E / P.E

2.10 to 2.25 pm  Break

2.35 to 3.00 pm  Story Time / Collective Worship


KS2

9.00 am - School Starts / RAR Time

9.15 am -  Literacy / Numeracy Lessons

10.10 - Collective Worship 

12.30 to 1.15 pm - Lunch

1.15 to 3.00 pm - Creative Curriculum / R.E / P.E

 

Assemblies

Monday 10.10 am - Whole School  Worship

Tuesday 10.10 am - Whole School Singing  Worship

Wednesday 2.35 pm - Family Worship

Thursday  9.15 am - KS1  Worship  Assembly   10.10 am  KS2 Worship Assembly 

Friday  9.15 am - KS1 Treasure Chest Worship   10.10 pm KS2 Celebration Worship  


 

St Mary's Primary RuncornP.E. Sports

You may be aware that the Government has provided primary schools with funding to improve P.E. and sport provision for the next 2 years.


St Mary's has invested this funding in a number of different objectives this term which include:-

  • Specialist sports provision and coaching for both teachers and pupils through Premier Sport.org.
  • Lunchtime and after school training clubs for both KS1 and KS2 children.
  • Booster swimming lessons.
  • Specialist coach for circuit training.

School Documents and Policies

St Mary Parents Information Holiday Dates 2017-2018

St Mary Parents Information Complaints Policy July 2017

St Mary Parents Information Admission Policy 2017    

St Mary Parents Information Admission Policy 2018

St Mary Parents Information Whistleblowing Policy April 2017

St Mary Parents Information Attendance Policy March 2017       

St Mary Parents Information Leave of Absence Policy

St Mary Parents Information Collective Worship Policy January 2016

St Mary Parents Information Whole School Homework Project.pptx

St Mary Parents InformationPromoting British Values at St Mary's

St Mary Parents Information Leave of Absence Request  

St Mary Parents Information Medicine Form

St Mary Parents Information Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions

St Mary Parents Information Behaviour policy 2016

St Mary Parents Information Safeguarding Policy March 2017

St Mary Parents Information e-Safety Policy 2017

St Mary Parents Information Special Needs Policy January2017

St Mary Parents Information Charges and Remissions Policy January 2016     

 

St Mary's Primary RuncornReports, Information & Forms

 

 St Mary Parents Information Department of Education - Performance Tables

 St Mary Parents InformationOfsted Report June 2015

 St Mary Parents Information SEND Local r​eport 2017

 St Mary Parents Information SEN Information Report for St Mary's

 St Mary Parents Information Sports Funding impact 2016 – 17

 St Mary Parents InformationProposed Priorities for Sports 2017 - 18.pdf

 St Mary Parents Information Pupil Premium Report 201​6-17

 St Mary Parents InformationLocal offer Leaflet

 St Mary Parents InformationParent pamphlet on the Prevent strategy

 St Mary Parents Information2016 Performance Data

 St Mary Parents InformationResults of Parental Survey 2017

St Mary Parents InformationPupil Voice Outcomes and Actions 2017

St Mary's Primary Runcorn Ofsted

St Mary's Primary Runcorn Parent View

St Mary's Primary Runcorn Halton Admissions

St Mary's Primary RuncornNewsletter

 

St Mary Parents InformationOctober 2017 Newsletter.

St Mary Parents InformationSeptember 2017 Newsletter

St Mary Parents Information Newsletters 2016 - 2017

St Mary Parents Information  Current Menu

St Mary Parents Information HEALTHY 4LIFE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Educational Needs

 

At St. Mary's C.E Primary School we teach a broad and balanced curriculum differentiated according to children's individual needs. Some children are identified as having learning difficulties and we allow extra provision for these children as part of our inclusion policy, which follows Government legislation giving all children the right to education in a mainstream setting. Staff are trained to teach children with a variety of different difficulties and the school SENCO's can access specialist support when required. Children can be identified at any time as having difficulties across the curriculum and support is appropriately deployed. Parents are involved throughout this process and are encouraged to work alongside the school.

Local Offer - Halton Childr​en's Trust