Welcome to all our parents!
The Governors and I, together with the staff, are committed to creating a happy and successful school experience for your child.
We look forward to working with you in a fruitful partnership to achieve this as your child grows and develops through our school. We express the hope that your child enjoys and benefits from every day spent at St. Mary and St. John, so that when they too become adults, they may look back with fond memories of their time at our school.
We acknowledge the trust you have put in us when you chose our school for your child and we will strive to make sure that your child is happy and is enabled to reach his/her full potential. We will support your child in their academic learning and in their journey to becoming a person who shows tolerance, friendship and respect for others.
A good home-school partnership is crucial in enabling our children to be happy, feel safe and reach their full potential. We hope that the information that you find on the ‘Parents Page’ helps you to support your children in their daily school life. If you think of any way we can improve the website, please let us know. It is important that we give you opportunities to put forward your views about our school, what you think we do well and possible areas for improvement. Throughout the year we may ask you to complete questionnaires about specific school issues and now there is also the ParentView web site. The address of this web site is listed below. We are always striving to make our provision better for our children, so parental views are important to us and we do act upon them.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs. Louise Vose
If you are a parent or carer, we hope you will find the many web links below useful.
As a school community, we think e-safety is really important. As part of our Diversity Week we have delivered assemblies about keeping safe when using the internet.
Here are some useful e-safety websites which parents might find useful.
Net-aware is from the NSPCC-Use this site to find out about the age range and content of a particular app and what is involved in using it.
Use this site to read guidance on e-safety features from UK Safer Internet. You can also find out about different types of technology including online gaming.
Parent guidance on various apps using the Connect Safely website.
Click here for more information.