Our school is part of Plymouth CAST Multi-Academy Trust.
Children can attend from the age of three up to year 6 . Our nursery (for 3 and 4 year old children) is very much part of our school and it provides an 'flying start' to the children's educational journey at St Mary's. We also offer a wrap around club after school and breakfast club for those who need continuous provision.
At St Mary's we are proud of everything we achieve; our core values that underpin all that we do.
Educate, Protect, Love and Serve
#making a difference, together
We are passionate about making a difference, 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 learning, abilities and skills to the highest heights! We are committed to ensuring that every child flourishes and has the very best start to their educational journey and that they are more than ready for secondary school and their future.
Thank you for visiting our website, we hope you find the information you are looking for but if you want to get a real sense of what we do, please call our school for a visit.
Mrs Alison McDonald
We were very lucky to have a visit from LCpl Williams from the Coldstream Guards to talk about their role in protecting the Queen. This was a great way to begin our week of Jubilee celebrations. @ColdstreamGds @PlymouthCAST @CastKernow #PlatinumJubilee
“National Online Safety has joined the server” 🎮💬 Discord helps around 390 million gamers globally to communicate and cooperate. Mixing young and older users, however, can cause #OnlineSafety risks. Our #WakeUpWednesday guide investigates 🔍 Download >> https://t.co/D1BpQ1aY4B https://t.co/1Vqj5vwe4R
Pre-schoolers on PlayStation? Young ones on YouTube? 👶🎮 The under-5s encounter digital devices – and therefore #OnlineSafety risks – at a crucial phase in their development. Our #WakeUpWednesday guide has top tips for parents and carers 🛡 Download >> https://t.co/aX8JtgmGno https://t.co/xKpRhomDeb
Two-thirds of the world uses the internet – so how can we ever be lonely online? 🌎💻 In support of next week's #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, we’ve compiled young people’s thoughts on online loneliness in a special #WakeUpWednesday guide. Download >> https://t.co/VAPnmBzI82 https://t.co/xcEGUDYJlW
Today we went on a voyage of discovery with @Kernow_King Cornish Caretakers ‘A message to PK Porthcurno’ to learn about methods of communications over time with a Cornish twist - absolutely amazing 👏 @PlymouthCAST @PKPorthcurno
“National Online Safety reacted to your message” ❤👍 Group chats are an easy way to stay in touch with friends and family – but how safe are they for children and young people? Our #WakeUpWednesday guide looks at the #OnlineSafety risks 📱 Download >> https://t.co/O3zaNWKC5j https://t.co/lU9WFMskq8
Is sharing, caring? 📱📢 This #WakeUpWednesday, we're taking a closer look at Facebook! 🔎 It's one of the world's most popular social media platforms, but with no age verification, it's important to be aware of the #OnlineSafety risks... Download >> https://t.co/SOQypnLfas https://t.co/sHtgo9Ipgc
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