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St Mary`s C E (VA) Primary School
Main Road, Woodham Ferrers, CM3 8RJ, UK Chelmsford
+44 (0)1245 320505

St Mary's C of E Primary School

Vision Statement

Our school aims to enable pupils to achieve their full potential academically, socially and spiritually; and to encourage them to develop confidence and a sense of responsibility.  As a Christian school, we strive to achieve this within a safe, supportive, stimulating, caring and happy environment where each individual feels valued and affirmed.

St. Mary's Aided Primary School was opened in 1868 to serve the parish of Woodham Ferrers.  In 1968 it moved to its present premises and now serves the parish of Woodham Ferrers and Bicknacre and also accepts pupils from surrounding areas.

The school is situated in the centre of the village of Woodham Ferrers which lies half way between Bicknacre and South Woodham Ferrers.

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Our school aims to enable pupils to achieve their full potential academically, socially and spiritually; and to encourage them to develop confidence and a sense of responsibility.  As a Christian school we strive to achieve this within a safe, supportive, caring and happy environment where every individual feels valued and affirmed.

Vision Statement


As a Church of England School we shall endeavour to:

Provide a broad and balanced curriculum and meet the individual needs of pupils
Encourage pupils to achieve the highest standards of work and behaviour
Encourage pupils to take care of their surroundings and respect others
Set, mark and monitor homework in line with our homework policy
Inform parents of their children’s progress at regular meetings
Contact parents if there are concerns about attendance, punctuality, work or behaviour
Keep parents informed about school activities through regular letters about school events


I the Parent shall try to:

See that my child attends school regularly, on time (by 8.55 a.m.) and properly equipped
Ensure that my child wears the correct school uniform
Inform the school as early as possible if my child has to be absent and provide a note of explanation upon their return
Attend Parents’ Evenings to discuss my child’s progress
Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour
Support my child in homework and other opportunities for home learning
Let the school know about any circumstances that might affect my child’s work or behaviour


I the Pupil shall try my best to:

Be polite, friendly , helpful and always behave well
Do all my work at home and in school as well as I can
Wear the proper school uniform and look tidy
Take care of my belongings, other people’s belongings and all school equipment



 Bottle green round-necked sweatshirt/cardigan (with logo)

            Summer - bottle green/white gingham check dress, white socks;

            Winter  -  grey skirt, grey pinafore or smart grey or black trousers;

                            white polo button-neck shirt;

                            grey, black or bottle green tights or socks.

                            black shoes (not trainers).


 Bottle green round-necked sweatshirt (with logo)

            Smart, grey or black trousers,  or shorts;

            White polo button-neck shirt;

            Grey or black socks.

            Black shoes (not trainers).


Sensible sandals which give adequate foot protection may be worn during summer time (not open-toed).


            White T-shirt

            Black shorts

            Black plimsolls (slip-on plimsolls for younger pupils preferred!)

            Tracksuit for outdoor sport.

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