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St Mary`s Catholic Primary School
Broadway, DE22 1AU, UK Derby
+44 (0)1332-554831

Welcome to our school!

I hope that you will enjoy finding out about the things that happen in the school.  The site is regularly updated and constantly changing so it is a good way of following the life of the school.

For an independent view of the school's strengths and weaknesses, why not visit the OFSTED website (click on the OFSTED Report link on the left to access their website).

If you would like to visit the school, you are very welcome.  If you are interested in sending your child to St Marys School, why not arrange a visit to the school?  Please contact the school to arrange a convenient date and time.

Rob Smith


By working together at St Marys we aim through Jesus Christ to share God's love, helping our community to learn, grow and make a difference.


The School’s Agreement

The school will make every effort to: -

  • Value each child as an individual.
  • Provide a safe, caring and well-ordered environment.
  • Develop children’s independence by giving your child increasing responsibility for his/her own learning, behaviour and belongings.
  • Promote kindness, courtesy and good manners.
  • Recognise and reward success and achievement.
  • Be open and welcoming and offer you opportunities to become involved in the daily life of the school
  • Keep you informed about school matters – including progress and concerns about work or behaviour.

The Parent/Guardian’s Agreement

I will make every effort to:

  •  Make sure my child arrives at school on time and that he/she is appropriately dressed and equipped.  School starts at
  • Support my child with reading and other home learning activities following school guidance where appropriate.
  • Let the school know the reasons for my child’s absences, should there be any.
  • Get to know about my child’s life at school.
  • Encourage my child to follow the school rules, showing respect and consideration for others.
  • Inform the school about anything which may affect my child’s education or welfare.
  • Attend Parents’ Evening, discussions about my child’s progress and any other meetings as required.
  • Encourage my child to become increasingly independent


In common with all other state schools, St. Mary’s is legally bound by the provisions
of the 1988 Education Reform Act. The curriculum is delivered using modified QCA
schemes of work in accordance with DFES guidelines. In Maths and English we follow the National Numeracy and National Literacy  Strategies and in RE the Here I Am scheme.

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