St. Mary's turns pink
Pink Day October 2015 gallery (2 photos)
Sixth Form students at St. Mary’s turned pink for a day this week to support Breast Cancer Research. Sporting favourite pink items and collecting donations from students and staff throughout the school, £370 was raised for the Breast Cancer Campaign, an extremely worthwhile and valuable cause.
St. Mary’s have had their Fairtrade Schools Award renewed after a considerable amount of hard work from both staff and pupils.
Celebrating our Year 11 pupils
'Fire and Ice' Visit to the amazing country of Iceland
Congratulations to all successful candidates, and thank you to everyone who applied
Bob Lavery's Challenge: to support a sick pilgrim to Lourdes 2017 : Donate now
Congratulations to Shelton Murape (Mathematics) and David Holmes (Physics) who have recently qualified under the School Direct Abridged route into teaching. They are the first students in the country to qualify as teachers on a Fast Track (August – April) route.
Celebrating the work of our talented GCSE Students
Aimee Benn, 10P, continues to climb the Ladies World Snooker rankings.
On Wednesday morning, Jamie Peacock MBE visited St. Mary’s to speak to Year 11 students during their morning assembly, in preparation for their forthcoming GCSE examinations.