The Year 7 students thoroughly enjoyed their day
Year 7 Day of Welcome 2017 gallery (96 photos)
Joy was the order of the day as Year 7 had the school to themselves to build their community alongside Form Tutors and their Head of Year. An assembly to explore the school’s ethos got things underway with JOY as its theme: J = Jesus, O = Others, Y = You which underpinned all the activities to follow.
At break time, the ice cream vans arrived and the rain stayed away! Lunch time presented an opportunity for the catering department to introduce themselves and congratulate Year 7 for their exemplary behaviour in the dining hall so far. More ice cream and another activity then it was time to celebrate the day by coming together for the closing liturgy. Each Form presented different elements of the day’s programme before Form candles were processed and received by Mrs Hayes and bidding prayers were read. Fr Carlisle gave the final blessing then blessed the bookmarks which were distributed at the end to remind Year 7, in the years to come, of the wonderful, joyful day they had shared.
New figures from the Department for Education (DfE) have revealed which state schools in Leeds have the best success rate for students going on to higher education at one of the country's Russell Group universities.
Jack Rawlings, Marek Bucholc, Gerry McKeown, Malachy Bray and Poppy Fletcher accompanied Mrs Hall, Librarian and Mrs Hammond to the Leeds Book Award Ceremony at the Civic Hall in Leeds.
This is a great opportunity for students to discuss possible volunteering for specific organisations.
FA Level 1 Coaching Course Achievement.
The power of music is incredible, from singing to drumming, from DJ-ing to writing your own songs and film music. The Music department offers opportunities for all kinds of music making in school.
On Friday 5 April 2019, 15 Year 9 and 10 pupils had the opportunity to attend a Health Sciences careers day at the University of Leeds.
GCSE Subject Information
Jonjoe Boswell (Year 9), Finley Power (Year 13) and Freya Power (Year 7) recently represented St. Mary’s in the West Yorkshire Schools Golf Championship at Howley Hall Golf Club.
Year 8 enjoyed a challenging and diverse experience last week during residential in Ullswater.
Nominations and Voting instructions: votes to be received by Tuesday 30 April 2019