St. Mary's is a small village primary school in rural Shropshire. As a Voluntary Aided school we enjoy working closely with the church and the wider local community.
We are a 2 class school with an attached nursery which enjoys wonderful facilities. We have a newly developed outdoor area with play equipment, an allotment, orchard and wildlife area. Our playground has picnic benches and a quiet area, as well as netball courts, multi play activities and plenty of space. We also boast a large field, which is marked with a football pitch in the winter and running track and rounders pitches in the summer. The site is accessible to those with disabilities, please contact the office for further information.
We have Interactive whiteboards in each class room and a laptop trolley which can be moved from class to class.
Our library has been recently stocked with a wide range of non-fiction books. The library is open three times a week for reading sessions and lending, all run by our older pupils, who are librarians.
Class bases are well furnished, with new furniture purchased in 2011. We have a large hall, small teaching room, nurture area and are hoping to open a community lending library after Easter.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to any prospective parents.
To visit the school please contact Mrs. Leighton, our school administrator.
Please visit our 'Contact Us' page to get in touch.