St.Mary's is a small school with a big vision of, 'I can do all things'. We are incredibly lucky to have the feeling of a small school, alongside an impressive school site with stunning outdoor learning spaces. St.Mary’s was originally built as a secondary school, so we are spoiled for land and facilities, which are used every day. We have a range of dedicated EYFS play areas, school playgrounds, woodlands, outdoor classrooms, a dedicated forest school site, raised beds, a greenhouse, a huge field and a sports pavilion! We believe our children should have every opportunity throughout their time with us. We believe Primary School should be ‘the best years of their life’ and we want to ensure every opportunity is provided for them to experience a broad and rich curriculum.
We are delighted to be part of the Midsomer Norton Schools' Partnership and we have benefited from a significant amount of support and investment into the school. Our nursery (Hedgehogs) provides amazing opportunities for children aged 2 to 4 and we also provide excellent wrap around care with a popular breakfast club from 7.30am and an after-school club until 6pm each school day. St.Mary’s is in a ‘good’ place and on an upward trajectory, as noted by SIAMS in their recent (2021) inspection. If you would like further information, or to arrange a tour of our school, we'd be delighted to show you around.
Mrs Parsons, Executive Headteacher and Mr Thomson, Head of School.
'I can do all things...'
Living together, Learning forever, Loving God’s creation.
Please ensure you consult the term dates document BEFORE you book any holiday. Term-time holiday is not authorised unless there are exceptional circumstances.
St. Mary's CE Primary School Term Dates 2024-25
St. Mary's CE Primary School Term Dates 2023-24
St Mary’s has recently been inspected by SIAMS. The report has been published and we are delighted to announce that we have an overall grade of 'Good’'. There were many strengths highlighted including:
-‘A new leadership team has raised the importance of the school’s inclusive Christian vision, using it to drive improvements. They have established a caring community where everyone is valued, working at the heart of village life.’
-‘Strong partnerships have been established enhancing improvements the school has made. Monitoring is rigorously completed across all areas…’
You can read the full report by visiting 'Our Church School' page.