An amazing achievement by eight St. Mary's pupils
Inspirational St. Mary’s students receive award in memory of Princess Diana at Leeds ceremony.
The outstanding GCSE results of St. Mary’s were celebrated this week at the annual Year 11 Celebration of Achievement Evening.
Our Sixth Form Open Evening (for those entering Sixth Form in September 2018) will take place on Tuesday 21 November 2017 6:30pm–8.00pm
Thomas receives two prizes at the prestigious Wharfedale Festival of Performing Arts
Sixth Form students and staff turned pink for a day at the end of last term to support Breast Cancer Research.
Years 7 and 8 Netball teams, wearing our new kit during practice
St. Mary’s were recently invited to attend the Global Learning Programme Expert Centre Conference at the Hallam conference Centre, London.
Congratulations to Florence Greenhalgh, Year 7 who recently won the U12 Girls’ Yorkshire Cycle Cross Championships held in Holmfirth.
Thursday 28th September saw another successful KS4 Achievement Information Evening for Parents. Topics included destination information for last years Year 11 and details about the new GCSE grading structure, provisional Summer exam timetable amongst many others.
The Leeds Diocesan Pilgrimage to Walsingham took place on Saturday 30 September
Our Year 7 Netball Team Started the season with a 19–0 victory over Fulneck school.
The Year 7 students thoroughly enjoyed their day
Mr Beardsley and St. Mary’s Menston staff chosen for top roles supporting schools in challenging circumstances
Follow the league position of 3 of our St. Mary's Menston teams competing in the Leeds Schools Netball (LSNA) leagues.
St. Mary’s Visit to South Africa Exceeds Expectations
We have been informed of changes to the bus service for St Mary's Students. Please see the information below, along with the weblink for full details of bus services. We apologise for the late notice of these changes, but the information has only just come into school. Please note that on the weblink, we are referred to as Menston St Mary's School.
In relation to Menston St Mary’s School, this means that a revised network of services will be introduced reducing the number services from 9 to 7 plus one PM only service.
To achieve this, limited stop arrangements will apply on these services as shown below:
SM21 will not pick up/set down between Calverley (Carr Road/Fraser Road) and school;
SM22 will not pick up/set down between Rawdon (Canada Road/Harrogate Road) and school;
SM23 will not pick up/set down between Rawdon Road/Hall Lane and school;
SM24 will not pick/Up set down between Horsforth (Brownberrie Lane/West End Lane) and school.
I should add that all four buses will be full so could not, in any case, accommodate additional passengers.
Children living in Guiseley and Yeadon will be required to travel to school on Services 33 and 33A (see journeys below), and from school on new service S58. A school special service is required on an afternoon because Service 33A passes the school at 1507 and could easily be missed by pupils.
33 0741 Rawdon Cross Roads to Guiseley White Cross (arrive 0755). From there, children have an 800m walk (10 mins).
33A 0757 Rawdon Cross Roads to school (arrive 0815).
The service from Otley has not changed but has been renumbered from SM8 to SM26. This has changed to from double deck to Mybus operation (57 seater) based on usage in 2016/17.
The service from Ilkley has also not changed but has been renumbered from 876 to SM25.
The Mybus service from Burley (S38) has been withdrawn as children can be accommodated on Service SM25, which passes through Burley on route from Ilkley.
The service from Shipley (L21) has not changed.
The CA has written to those parents who have applied for a place on the school bus services to inform them of the change to the arrangements.
Full details of the school special services operating in 2017/18 can be found at http://www.generationm.co.uk/your-school/schoolfinder/ .
Our Annual School Open Day is Saturday 30 September 2017, 11am–2pm. Open to All.
Once again, St Mary’s Menston is celebrating pleasing GCSE examination results this year. Despite national changes and volatility, our results remain comparable to previous years and demonstrate continued high standards of academic attainment.
The Feast Day Mass took place on Thursday 20 July in our Sports Hall. The theme was "God is Love."