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  • Civil War Centre Visit

    Published on 16 October 2017

    As part of their REAL project, year 5 & 6 attended the National Civil war centre in Newark.  They all had a great day and the staff at the centre were impressed by both their behaviour and also their knowledge of the Civil War. Well done to all of the children and thanks to the adults who accompanied them. 

  • Harvest Mass 2017

    Published on 16 October 2017

    We were delighted to celebrate harvest with a beautiful mass in school led by Father Chris.  Thanks to all children, parents and friends of the school for your kind donations, these have now been delivered to Grantham Foodbank.

  • Gravity Fields 2017

    Published on 16 October 2017

    Year 6 throughly enjoyed their visit to the Guildhall for a show to mark the year anniversary since the last Gravity Fields exhibition.  We all enjoyed the amazing acrobat and the science show based around Newton's laws.  We are now excited to go back to school and learn more.

  • MacMillian Cake Sale

    Published on 03 October 2017

    McMillian Charity Cake Stall

  • A Magical Mystery Tour

    Published on 13 July 2017

    The sun shone for our fabulous summer concert, which this year took palce on the school field for the first time ever

  • Rotary Presentation Evening

    Published on 29 June 2017
    On Thursday 29th June 2017, St. Mary's attended the Rotary Club's Presentation evening.
  • Dress Up and Dance

    Published on 16 June 2017
    On Friday 16th June 2017, St. Mary's took part in Macmillan's dress up and dance.
  • First Holy Communion

    Published on 13 June 2017

    On Sunday 11th June 2017, eleven members of our school took their First Holy Communion.

  • On Wednesday 17th May 2017, Shona McCallin, an Olympic hockey gold medallist, visited St. Mary's.

  • Legacy Tour Day

    Published on 19 April 2017

    We were delighted to recieve the legacy tour today from our friends at Harrowby Infants

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