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Published on Monday 15 July 2019 by Miss Lee.

Thank you for all costumes which have been provided so far. Please can we ask that any remaining costumes are sent in ready for our dress rehearsal on Wednesday 17th July. Please inform us if your child is missing any items so that we can address this. Children in the chorus should wear all black.

On Thursday 18th July, children will leave school as normal at 3.15pm. We ask that children arrive back at school at 5pm in order for us to get them ready. Please note that doors will not open until 5.50pm for parents. The show will start at 6pm and will be finished by 7.30pm.

If you still require tickets for the performance (maximum of 4), please contact Miss Lee or Miss Oxley.

London - Day 1

Published on Tuesday 18 June 2019 by Miss Lee.

What an early morning that was! And....we're still going now at 7:15pm! After a swift journey to London we all enjoyed our flight on the London Eye. A big well done to those who conquered a little blip when they saw how tall it was!

Following this we settled into the hotel and a little refresh!

We are now all tucking into a delicious meal at Planet Hollywood! Children will contact home when we get back. Lights out early tonight ready for a jam packed day tomorrow!

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Year 6 Leavers Hoodies!

Published on Wednesday 22 May 2019 by Miss Lee.


Leavers hoody orders must be placed and paid for by Friday lunchtime.

No further orders will be placed after this date. Any orders where payment has not been received will also not be placed.

Childs - £12

Small adults - £15.84

A Huge Well Done

Published on Tuesday 21 May 2019 by Miss Oxley.

The Year 6 team would like to take the opportunity to congratulate St Mary's Kings U11 team - particularly our very own Jake Copping - on their win at the Flamingo Land tournament.

The team of boys played spectacularly, winning each game that they played. In the final, they played and beat a strong opposing team from Liverpool. It was a tense final as the game ended in penalties, however St Mary's team pulled through with the win.

Following their success, the team were presented with a huge trophy from none other than ex-footballer John Barnes - what an honour.

'I remember going last year and nearly missing the trophy presentation because we were having fun on the rides!' says Jake. 'I really enjoyed playing this year and I think my team did really well.'

Well done St Mary's Kings U11!

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