Pupils and staff have been thinking about our mental health as part of World Mental Health Day. Please see the video and presentation below for more information on how you can find help and support others.05 Talking Mental Health Assembly Powerpoint
Our current school opening times are 9:00am – 3:30pm.
This meets the Department for Education minimum requirement for all children to be in school for 32.5 hours per week
Arrival at school
The gates to the playground open at 8.40am. Children should arrive punctually between 8.45am and 8.55am. Children will be supervised on the playground from 8.50am and then asked to enter school through the Reception, Key Stage 1 or 2 entrances at 8:55am.
KS 1 and KS 2 9:00 – 12:00
School starts at 9:00am. Please ensure your child is in their classroom before the door is closed at 9.00am. If your child is late, please take them to the main office and sign them in. If your child is ill, please inform the school office before 9.30am.
10:25 – 10: 40am – KS 1
10: 40- 10:55am – KS 2
KS1 12.00- 1.30pm KS2 12.00- 1.00pm
1:30 – 3:30pm KS 1 1:00 – 3:30pm KS 2
2:35 – 2: 50pm – KS 1
2:15 – 2: 30pm – KS 2
Children should be picked up from their classroom door.
If you are going to be late picking your child up please ensure you contact the school office
as soon as possible so the teacher can be informed. If your child has not been picked up by 3.40pm they will be brought to the school office to be collected.
Welcome to our page for our new Reception Class children who start with us September 2020
This is a video of your School Buddies
Easter Egg Competition 2018
Congratulations to all those who entered this years Easter Egg Competition. All entries were of a very high standard and were really imaginative. We were so impressed by your creations! There were lots of lovely comments made by all those who viewed them.
Manchester Royal Infirmary
St Mary’s CE Primary School and Manchester Royal Infirmary:
A very special project ……
The Year 6 pupils of St Mary’s School have been invited to work on a very special project. The project has been brought to us by one of the parents of an ex pupil, Mrs Shipton.
Mrs Shipton works in the Palliative Care at the Manchester Royal Infirmary Hospital and began a project to create a room for relatives of very poorly patients. The aim was to make this room as relaxing and calming as possible and to this end our pupils undertook some art work incorporating the trusts symbol of a butterfly. Mr Hugh Templeton, an artist, worked alongside Year 6 to create the fantastic images you see below.
On the 6th Dec 2017 pupil and staff representatives were invited to the Grand Opening of the relatives’ room were Kathy Cowell OBE – Chair of MFT. Invited our two school councilors Katie and Alfie to cut the ribbon and officially open the Butterfly Room.
This has been an amazing opportunity for our pupils and the school to be involved in and we feel privileged to have been a part of something that could really make a difference to patients and their families.
The Circus came to St Mary’s. Absolute tears of laughter. Hilarious fun & amusement…totally priceless! A big THANKYOU to St Mary’s Support Group!
Years 1 to 6 pupils all took part in an anti-bullying show called ‘The power of one’! We learnt that bullying is purposeful, deliberate and repeatedly hurting someone. Bullying can be verbal or physical and that verbal bullying is when words can hurt and physical bullying is when actions can hurt. We were reminded that we should always tell a teacher if any bullying is seen happening and thought about what each of us can do to help. We all made a promise to make sure that there is no bullying at St Mary’s.
We were very fortunate to have Josie Cichockyj, a former British Paralympian and Team GB basketball player visit our school a few weeks ago. She came to talk about what she had accomplished in life and to talk about making the most of the opportunities we get day after day. After a great talk in the hall, Josie visited the different classes and chatted with the children.
Espanyol at St Marys
¡Hola chicos y chicas!
( Hello boys and girls!)
Please see below for a list of things we have been learning this term. We have been having conversations round school, asking each other lots of questions:
How are you? ¿Qué tal?
And the reply can be: Muy bien!, Fenomenal! Fantastico! Fatal! Regular! Casi, casi.
We also know how to ask each other’s name:
¿Còmo te llamas? To which the reply is Me llamo … ( I am called…)
Years 4, 5 and 6 also know colours and numbers to 20.
Next term we will be learning about families and the weather!
We have a great connection with our link primary school in Spain. Check out their website, www.colegioelhaya.com
In particular find the English Corner – there might be someone you recognized, working hard on her trip to Spain!
Saludos means greetings in Spanish.
¡Hola! ¡Buenos dias!
¿Que tal? ¡Muy bien gracias!
¿Que tal? ¡Muy mal!
¿Que tal? ¡Fantastico!
¿Cómo te llamas? Me llamo…