St Mary’s is a voluntary aided Roman Catholic Primary School, which provides a Christian education in the Catholic tradition. As a school we aim to provide a happy, secure and essentially Catholic environment for children, where they can participate readily in the process of learning and encounter as broad a curriculum as possible. Each child will be helped to realise his/her maximum potential as we place great emphasis on the whole development of each individual child. We want them all to begin to use their own initiative so that they learn to work by themselves. We will at the same time give them opportunities to develop the skills they need to communicate with others and understand more of the world in which they live.
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Don’t forget it’s the school Christmas fayre today 3.30pm-5.30pm. We hope you can come and have some fun.
Dear Parents, here are some details of the PaCE Project, currently running within our community.
Hi my name is Christine Postle and I’m a PaCE Parent Employment Advisor.
The PaCE project is a joint initiative with DWP and the Welsh Government aimed at helping unemployed parents into work by covering the cost of registered childcare whilst they access training or voluntary work experience. Within my role in the project, I can meet parents out in their local area to discuss their job goals and how the project can help them move towards that goal. Attached is a leaflet detailing the support available.
Please find more information on the Family Information Service website and the Monmouthshire County Council website.
The schools admission page has been updated with new admission forms for September 2017 Reception intake and in-year admissions