Christmas Fayre

A HUGE thank you to the School Association who did an amazing job organising our School Fayre. A fantastic day was had by all and our star event was Santa’s Grotto.


E-Safety Updates

At St Mary’s Primary School we are fully committed to the safeguarding of pupils and take e-Safety very seriously. With the support of parents, we pro-actively teach our pupils how to keep themselves safe online.

The internet and related technologies, including mobile phones, games consoles and social networks are becoming increasingly important in the daily lives of our children and have many positive benefits. Here is some guidance on how parents and carers can help children stay safe online.

Please read the E-Safety Advice for Parents. This includes a number of useful links and resources.

Here are some ideas on how to start a conversation with your child about Staying Safe Online.

What parents need to know about these social networking platforms popular with children and young people:

13 Reasons why Facebook is for over 13s

Instagram E-Safety Guidance E-Safety Guidance

Turning it off is not the answer

ESafety Newsletter Autumn 2017

Staff Room Superheroes

The staff and pupils at St Mary’s dressed up as superheroes to raise money for Children in Need!


Year 5 visit to Hazard Alley

St Mary’s Year 5 visited Hazard Alley in Milton keynes to ensure they are are aware of their own saefty as they become independent and more responsible for themselves as the oldest pupils in the school.



2014 saw the commencement of the expansion to a primary school following three years of hard work with the schools across the town, County and the planners.