St Mary's CE Primary Moss Side

St Mary's CE Primary Moss Side

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Welcome to our website

St Mary's CE Primary School, Adscombe Street, Manchester, Lancashire, M16 7AQ

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0161 226 1773

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Respect, Friendship, Courage, Inspiration, Excellence, Equality, Determination 

St Mary’s is a very special place. St Mary's is a Level 2 'UNICEF Rights Respecting School. We are committed to ensuring children's voices are heard at our school. We strive to ensure that all 42 rights of the child are unconditional, inalienable and indivisible. Some children at our school have barriers to learning that mean they may require provision that is additional to or different from others. This may be termed as Special Educational Needs. 

 

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child:

Article 23

Children who have any kind of disability should have special care and support, so they can lead full and independent lives.

Article 12

Children have the right to say what they think should happen when adults are making decisions about them.

"My child has learned so much from St. Mary's which he has taken into high school. He is making lots of right choices now. He says he wants to take care of his education and behave, as well as he can, all the time. I can not thank St. Mary's enough. I feel it will reflect positively on him through his future."  Parent

"I don't know what I would have done without school and am so grateful for the support we have had." Parent

"Leaders are totally committed to ensuring that every member of the school family is welcomed and supported so that they can ‘be the best they can be as God intends’. As a result, the level of support for all pupils and their families is exceptional. This is demonstrated by the extensive work undertaken by senior leaders and the pastoral support team, who work tirelessly to support vulnerable pupils and their families. This reflects the school’s passion which ensures that ‘no child is left behind’, because all are loved by God. The extent to which the school promotes community cohesion cannot be overstated" 

St Mary's SIAMS Report 2019  

What if my child has or develops needs around their social, emotional or mental health? 

We all have mental health. Sometimes our mental health can be good, sometimes our mental health isn't so good and sometimes people can have mental illness.  We all have small feelings and emotions  that can come and go. Having these feelings is completely normal.

Small feelings and emotions  can sometimes turn into big feelings that can leave us feeling overwhelmed. This is when it is really important to talk to someone about how you are feeling. This can be your family, a member of staff at school or one of your friends. 

Please see the link below to the Anna Freud  Talking Mental Health animation 
 
St Mary's has a speedy and timely response to children who may face challenges to their mental health and or how that manifests itself . 
 
Mental health for children policy ..... to be updated   
 
Mental health support offer at our school .... to be updated 
 

"The children were very enthusiastic about their learning and the value they place on their right to an education came through strongly. They conveyed a sense of empowerment and described a number of ways in which they are active learners including discussion of their targets and peer marking, “We give them a message about what was good and how to improve.” They also described how class charters support them, “It shows that everyone is one family in the class.” Learners requiring additional support have an ‘Article 12 target’ on their Access to Learning Plan to ensure that they have their say properly in the process"

Rights Respecting Schools Award © Unicef UK 2018 unicef.org.uk/rights-respecting-school            

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