Welcome to St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School
|Our Liturgical Season is: Advent|
St Mary’s Church Wednesday Word Metanoia ‘Seekers’ Project
Head Teacher Welcome
On behalf of all the staff and children, I would like to extend a warm welcome to both new and existing families. It is a privilege to be the Head Teacher at such a special school.
St. Mary’s Catholic Primary is a stimulating, supportive and friendly school located in Lea town. As a Catholic school, Christ is at the centre of all we do. We are a small school which creates our distinctive family atmosphere. Every child is part of our family and highly valued as a unique individual.
- We are driven by our Mission Statement;
- Live our lives as Jesus taught us
- Work hard together to achieve our best
- Respect each other and the world around us
- Have fun and enjoy learning!
We aim to provide an environment where children, staff, families and Governors work closely together. We work hard to ensure our school is a safe, secure and exciting place to learn and grow, where everyone is supported and encouraged to excel and be the very best they can be. We are mindful that once our children leave this school they will help to shape the future and so they will need to be resilient, imaginative, considerate and confident. We look forward to making your child’s time here at St. Mary’s a truly happy and memorable experience. If you would like more information please feel free to call or come and visit our school.
Mrs A Brogden
A welcome note from our pupils
As pupils of St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, we want to share with you, our thoughts and feelings about our fabulous school family.
Our school is great because everyone makes you feel welcome and included from the moment you start till the moment you leave. We respect all of the school staff and in return, we feel respected and valued. We are treated fairly and our teachers always make time for you if you need it.
All of our lessons are fun and challenging. We are pushed to do our best. We are E.A.T. Learners. This stands for Explore our learning, be Active in our learning and Think creatively.
We are taught to love Jesus and follow his example. We fundraise throughout the year for others in need.
Sebastian, Chloe, Jonah and Jaiden (Class 4)
When the warm weather hits, please don’t be tempted to cool off in open water –
- The water is colder than it looks, even on a warm evening
- This can lead to cold water shock
- The current is stronger than it looks
- There are hidden dangers beneath the surface
If you see someone in trouble in the water:
- call 999;
- encourage them not to panic;
- and, if they can’t stand, float on their back in a starfish shape.
Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service.