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St Marys C E Infant School
George Lane, SN8 4BX Marlborough
01672 513101

St Mary's Infant School, Marlborough

Putting children first

Welcome to St Mary's Infant School, where Marlborough children can look forward to a stimulating, rewarding and fulfilling introduction to their school life. Click on the sections to the left to find out more about St Mary's and the opportunities it offers your child. To contact headteacher Sandra Jones or anyone else at the school, click on the contact section to the left.

The great outdoors

Many schools in small towns find themselves cramped for space. At St Mary’s, our Tarmac play areas alone would satisfy even the most active child. Add to these our landscaped lawns and adventure playground, our science garden and pond, our sports field (we share it with St Peter’s) and proximity to Marlborough Leisure Centre, and it is not hard to see why our children have a healthy hue!

School aims

St Mary’s is a secure, caring and happy school, providing a warm welcome for children, parents and visitors.
We aim to:

1 help our children to be enthusiastic, independent, confident and happy, by:
(i) creating a vibrant school
(ii) encouraging responsibility
(iii) listening to our children
(iv) encouraging all children to contribute
(v) encouraging experimentation and risk-taking as a means of learning
(vi) promoting health awareness.

2 help every child to do their best in the classroom, by:
(i) providing a stimulating and secure environment
(ii) using best teaching practice
(iii) discovering the potential of each child and exploring his or her particular talents
(iv) teaching how to learn
(v) involving parents in their children’s education
(vi) including children with special educational needs in mainstream classes wherever possible.

3 encourage our children to have consideration and respect for others, by:
(i) developing self esteem
(ii) rewarding good behaviour and not tolerating bad behaviour
(iii) being fair and consistent
(iv) setting a good example
(v) teaching about racial equality.

4 support our staff, by:
(i) helping them to develop their professional ability
(ii) encouraging initiative
(iii) encouraging them to be creative when adapting to their pupils’ needs
(iv) listening to their views and concerns
(v) providing a stimulating and happy workplace.

5 teach the children about Christianity, by:
(i) personal example
(ii) holding a daily act of worship together
(iii) teaching about Christianity and other faiths in RE lessons
(iv) holding events in church.

6 introduce the children to the community of Marlborough, by:
(i) inviting people into the school
(ii) organising visits
(iii) participating in local events
(iv) teaching about the history of the town.

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