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Events and achievements

Sports Mark Gold Award

Sports

St Mary’s has been awarded the Gold School Games Award for the fourth year running.  The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

St Mary’s has been awarded the Gold School Games Award for the fourth year running.  The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community, and we are delighted to have been recognised for our success.

Outdoor Education

Outdoor Education

Pupils have worked towards their outdoor learning awards this year, based on the outdoor learning themes of: environmental awareness, skills, creativity, wider community, nature knowledge, advocacy, curriculum enhancement and reflection and spirituality.  Year 6 were also awarded the national John Muir Award.

 

Pupils have worked towards their outdoor learning awards this year, based on the outdoor learning themes of: environmental awareness, skills, creativity, wider community, nature knowledge, advocacy, curriculum enhancement and reflection and spirituality.  Year 6 were also awarded the national John Muir Award.

 

Parliamentary Education

Burrator Class Life Skills

St Mary’s pupils have learnt more about the way in which the government works through a visit from the South West Regional Outreach Officer for Parliament’s Education Service.  The visit enabled pupils to improve their understanding of democracy and Parliament.  Following the visit, Burrator Class held its own parliamentary session to discover more about the democracy process in England.

St Mary’s pupils have learnt more about the way in which the government works through a visit from the South West Regional Outreach Officer for Parliament’s Education Service.  The visit enabled pupils to improve their understanding of democracy and Parliament.  Following the visit, Burrator Class held its own parliamentary session to discover more about the democracy process in England.

Play in a Day

Burrator Class Curriculum enrichment

Burrator pupils worked with local theatre company to create a ‘Play in a Day’.  The title of the play this year was ‘Greece Lightning’ which fitted in well with their history topic for this term, Ancient Greece.

 

 

Burrator pupils worked with local theatre company to create a ‘Play in a Day’.  The title of the play this year was ‘Greece Lightning’ which fitted in well with their history topic for this term, Ancient Greece.

 

 

Pirate Day

Meldon Class

To celebrate the end of their Pirate topic, Meldon Class held a special pirate day with lots of different  activities – pupils even had the opportunity to walk the plank!

To celebrate the end of their Pirate topic, Meldon Class held a special pirate day with lots of different  activities – pupils even had the opportunity to walk the plank!

  • University of Exeter ITT Partner
  • School Games Gold 2018-2019
  • RHS Five Star Gardening School Logo (1)

    RHS Campaign for School Gardening
  • Eco Schools Silver Award