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St Mary’s Church of England Primary School

St Mary’s is located between Slough's main high street and Upton Park.  It is surrounded by thriving businesses, housing as well as parks and woodlands.  The school was set up by the church in the 19th century to serve the needs of its local community.  It started off very small and today we accept on role around 660 pupils.  The school centres around a busy and bustling community that is rich in diversity and culture and children who attend our school represent many parts of our integral world.

 

St Mary’s strives to deliver an excellent diverse and culturally rich curriculum that is representative of our community.  Our curriculum is underpinned by our core values of  Love, Peace, Respect,  Wisdom, Forgiveness, Responsibility, Honesty, Resilience and Perseverance; the British values and we are a rights respecting school.  We fund several charities and involve children in supporting the local, national and global community.

 

Around three-quarters of our school children and families has English as a second language and one-quarter of our children are in receipt of free school meals and attract the pupil premium grant.

 

St Mary's is well resourced and children have access to a wealth of learning resources to support their learning and development.  We welcome many visitors into school and involve ourselves in local sporting and curriculum initiatives.  The school boasts many outdoor facilities which include a gym, a climbing wall, a single fitness running track, an outdoor classroom, a poly tunnel for crops, a forest school, a picnic area, a sports cage as well as a wealth of climbing apparatus.  

 

As we are a voluntary controlled church of England school, we work with both the Diocese of Oxford and the Slough borough local authority.  All applications for a place should go through Slough borough admissions service 

https://www.slough.gov.uk/school-admissions 

 

 

 

 

 

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