Open Mornings for prospective parents – 20th March, 14th May and 26th June 2020

Tours of both our Church Lane and Rectory Gardens site. 9.15am start at Church Lane (N8 7BU).
Please email to book on to the tour.

As we love, we flourish
As we flourish, we aspire
As we aspire, we achieve
Together, we are a family

St Mary’s has served the local community since 1863. Today we provide for children from Nursery to Year 6 (2-11). The school is voluntary aided Church of England school and works closely with the governing body within a Christian framework to provide a high standard of teaching and learning in a nurturing and inclusive environment. We welcome visits from prospective families, in order to meet the children and staff and have a look around the school.

Please telephone the school or call at the school office to find out details of our open days or arrange a time to speak to the Headteacher.


First half of Spring Term – £75



  • Tues 11th Marigold Class Assembly 9am
  • Wed 12th PSA Cake Sale at CL
  • Thur 13th E-Safety Workshop for parents and carers – with external speaker from CEOPs. 9am. All welcome.
  • Thur 13th PSA Cake Sale at RG
  • Fri 14th Half term. School ends at 3.15pm RG, 3.30pm CL
  • Mon 24th Children return to school
  • Tues 25th Buttercup Class Assembly 9am
  • Wed 26th Ashing for Ash Wednesday.8.30am RG, 8.55am CL

Latest News

Newsletter – January 31st 2020

January 31st, 2020|

When I Grow Up Day –Friday 7th February-Thank you to all those parents and carers who have already volunteered their time for When I Grow Up Day. We would still like a few more volunteers please! If you can spare a few hours on [...]

Year 6 News – January 31st 2020

We have enjoyed writing stories based on the book The Ice Bear. We have focussed on the use of metaphors and figurative language and some of the writing produced has been incredible! In reading [...]

Year 5 News – January 31st 2020

In maths, we have been working on multiplication and division, focusing on reasoning andproblem solving. In topic, we have moved on to learning about The Great Plague; a gruesome but exciting topic. We have [...]

Year 4 News – January 31st 2020

In English, we have been working on our own picture book based on Anthony Browne’s Gorilla which deals with some serious issues such as family, loneliness and mental health. We will soon be reading [...]

Year 3 News – January 31st 2020

We so enjoyed ourtrip last week to the Jewish Museum in Camden. We learned all about the Sabbath and artefacts that are important to the Jewish people. In maths, we are practising times table [...]

Year 2 News – January 31st 2020

We are now very confident with our story Oh No,George! and will be innovating the characters and the setting in preparation for our ‘hottask’ in English. In maths, we are tackling money word problems [...]

Year 1 News – January 31st 2020

We have been writing our own stories based on the book Ten Terrible Dinosaurs. We chose exciting verbs, interesting adjectives and wrote fantastic stories!In maths,we have been working on addition within 20, using cubes, [...]

Reception News – January 31st 2020

We have continued to investigate our topic ‘Why zebras have stripes?’ and learnt that each zebra’s stripes are unique. In phonics, we have moved onto digraphs (letter combinations)‘qu’and ‘ch’. In maths, we continue to [...]

Nursery News – January 31st 2020

Nursery children had great fun last week completing projects inspired by Judith Kerr's The Tiger who Came to Tea, culminating in holding our own Tiger Tea Party. They have also enjoyed finding out more [...]