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Today's assembly 'We shall not forget'

Great fun was had by year R and year 1/2 on Pirate Day. They all enjoyed doing lots of Piratey things, including walking the plank.

Take One Picture 2019

Ash Wednesday Mass - a few photos of staff, children and governors celebrating Ash Wednesday.

A few children from year 5 led today's assembly on Friendship and what a good job they did.
Vivien welcomed the children into assembly playing the piano.
The children waiting patiently for their turn.

Audience participation. Discussing what friendship means to them.

Melody reading out an Acrostic Poem
Role play

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Evie-Kate (Yr 6) voluntered to read the friendship prayer.
Melody read the closing prayer.

Sponsored run - on the coldest afternoon of the year the children and staff at St Mary's ran a mile around the playground.This was to support an ex-member of staff who is fundraising to go abroad for a medical procedure. Well done to everyone, what a community!

Thank you to our fantastic lunchtime staff for a successful Christmas dinner 2018.

Fund Raising Stalls Children in Need & CAFOD 2018

Children in Need & CAFOD (Catholic Aid for Oversea Development) Fund Raising Day

MacMillan Funky Hair Day in support of Mrs Egerton our Year 6 teacher.

KS1 Sports Afternoon

Sports Day 2018

Sports Day Awards

Dragon Boat Racing

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Take One Picture - 2018

The Good Shepherd Mass - Children from years 6 & 5 attended the annual Good Shepherd Mass today at St John's Cathedral, Portsmouth.

Big shout out to Mrs Hardwick - she has raised £263 with the help of Waitrose. Well done Mrs Hardwick and her after school Gardening Club. We look forward to buying your seedlings and produce.

To help their learning, the year R children paid a visit to the local greengrocer's shop.

With the help of adults, they left school at 9am.

The children looked around the shop and decided what they would like to buy.

When the children were back at school, they used the knowledge they had gained from the visit to help with their writing, drawing and artwork.

Christmas Dinner - Miss Sherborne was very impressed with the children and the lunchtime staff today. The children because of their exemplary behaviour and enjoyment whislt dining in the hall this lunchtime and with Tracy and her team for their efficiency and expertise in managing all those happy children

Angel Competition

Anti Bullying Week - we all wore odd socks to promote difference and equality in school - 'All different, all equal'

Aladdin comes to St Mary's