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St Mary and All Saints C E Primary School
Maxwell Road, HP9 1RG, UK Beaconsfield
+44 (0)1494 673762




The School seeks to provide a caring Christian environment in which each child can develop their own spiritual, intellectual and physical potential. In fulfilling this aim, all those involved in the life of the school are encouraged, in accordance with Church of England Principles, to have respect for the rights, opinions and faiths of others and to participate constructively in the life of the school, church and community.

Our philosophy is encapsulated our school motto Head, Hand and Heart.

Head A love of learning and an enquiring mind.

Hand The encouragement of all forms of physical and artistic expression with an

emphasis on life skills, independence and self-reliance.

Heart The nurturing of self-esteem and consideration for others.

We are proud to be a Church of England School.

We work hard at sharing the life of our school and aim to make it a happy place where everyone is valued.

Meet our staff



A wide variety of extra curricular activities are provided both at lunchtime and after school.  These include football, netball, summer sports, choir, art club and drama club. Out of school visits, as well as workshops and performances from experts, are organised to enrich and support the curriculum.
The children will follow a programme of work which is based on their gradual progression through the Foundation Stage (early years class) and then through each subject within the Foundation Stage and the National Curriculum.  This is now augmented by the requirements of the national
Literacy andNumeracy strategies and your child will be provided with activities appropriate to their particular level within each Key Stage.  (St Mary's covers the Foundation Stage, Key Stages 1 and 2.)  Our aim is for every child to progress as far as possible within the National Curriculum framework prior to its transfer to the secondary sector. Children are offered a range of educational opportunities covering the academic, creative, sporting, spiritual and social aspects of a child's development.  The highest possible standards are expected from each child in every aspect of school life.  The school has a policy of providing a stimulating and caring learning environment to ensure that all our children realise their full potential.


Click on the links to find out more about how we teach Literacy , Numeracy and ICT.


 Click on a year level to find out what that class is learning about this term.


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School Term and Holiday Dates 2004/5

Term Dates

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Autumn Term 2004

Monday 6 September

Monday 1 November

Friday 22 October

Tuesday 21 December

Spring Term 2005

Wednesday 4 January

Monday 21 February

Friday 11 February

Thursday 24 March

Summer Term 2005

Monday 11 April

Monday 6  June

Thursday 26 May

Wednesday 20 July

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