Children's Advent Mass Sunday November 27th 10.30am at St. Mary's Parish Church - all welcome.
Welcome to St. Mary’s! We are a Catholic Primary School in the town of Bodmin, Cornwall. The school is part of a wider family of schools across the South West brought together in a Multi-Academy Trust by the diocese of Plymouth. Thank you for visiting our website, we hope you find the information you are looking for.
Should you have any concerns regarding the safety or well being of a child, please contact myself, Mrs Alana McGovern, Mrs Lorna Drzymala (Designated Safeguarding Lead) or Mrs Rebecca Jones straight away (01208 73218). We are committed to safeguarding all children in our care and appreciate your support in this. Furthermore, please feel free to contact Mrs Farmer or Ms Potts in the school office with any other queries you may have.
From this year, we have four brand new school values that underpin all that we do here at St. Mary's. As a school we:
Educate, Protect, Love and Serve.
Following these values and the teachings of Jesus, we strive to create a welcoming, caring and secure learning environment in which every child is cherished and nurtured. We are ambitious for all our children and want them to develop their talents, abilities and skills to the highest heights! We are committed to ensuring that every child flourishes.
Mrs Alana McGovern
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Scott Mann Christmas card and joke competition
A huge well done to Ashleigh Marshall. Her Christmas picture was judged to be the best out of all the entries Scott received. Her winning entry will be printed and will be sent by Scott to various people including the Queen and the Prime Minister.
Both Chantel Rowe and Arlenn Plank were runners up in the Christmas joke competition. Their jokes will be printed on the back of the Christmas cards.
Congratulation to these three children :-)
Year 6 student's generosity shines through!
A huge well done to Miles Rodwell, who received a very special award this week, for which, we are extremely proud of him.
Upset at how some members of the public have been treating the Cormac workers developing Bodmin, Miles decided to cheer them up by delivering a tray of doughnuts.
To say thank you Miles was invited to meet Cormac's Managing Director and received numerous Cormac related gifts including a cup, a hard hat, a woolly hat, a coaster, a pen, a reflector and an award. He also got to ride in one of their JCBs.
Congratulations Miles :-)
Children in Need
Well done St Mary's we raised £414.24 by dressing up in spots and having fun spending money at the stalls. Look at the fun we had while raising money for Children in Need