St Mary's C of E Primary, Moss Side, M16 7AQ
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Please click here to watch St Mary's new national curriculum statement.
What are the changes?
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St Mary's Charter of Children's Rights (CRC) map (each class has chosen 3 rights).
Click on the logo to find out the class rights for every class!
Introduction of the St Mary's UNICEF Councillors. The assembly introduced the team to the school and informed the school of their plans.
Please click here to read our recent 'Outstanding' National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist School Report
St Mary's would like to thank all staff, parents, governors, stakeholders and the community for winning this amazing award. Most of all, St Mary's would like to thank the pupils! You are amazing!
Please click on the Granada Reports icon to play the news report about St Mary's winning the 'TES Primary School of the Year 2014'.
This is the St Mary's performing arts club production of The Wizard of Oz. Many thanks to Ms Butcher and Miss McIntosh who organised the production. The performance is linked to Article 31 'The right to relax and play'.
St Mary's have made the news! Click here to read the review of a play performed by The Theatre Centre. The article was written by St Mary's Miss Fortune about the performance at St Mary's. The review made Theatre pages of The Guardian.
Click here to watch St Mary's on ITV news on Saturday. St Mary's pupils were invited to the opening of the library. Enjoy Rabha's interview to the nation! Click here to read the report about St Mary's at the opening in the MEN newspaper.
St Mary's and City South Housing organised a meeting for parents to inform them of many digital initiatives. Thanks to the following stakeholders that were involved. Manchester College informed parents about pre-employment courses.
Manchester college and St Mary's are eager to work together to create an I.C.T parental course.
Manchester Credit Union informed parents about benefits, accounts and loans. This consolidated on the meeting making parents aware about 'Loan Sharks'.
Manchester City Council (Go on) made parents aware of the benefits of using the internet and how it would increase their employability.
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Please click on the UNICEF logo above to look at the 3 children's rights each class will be focusing on.