A GOOD School! We are overjoyed to share our recent Ofsted report with you - our Ofsted category is now Good. Thank you for supporting us and for entrusting your children to us during our journey. Read our latest Ofsted Report.
Welcome to Weston St Mary CE Primary School
The children and staff of Weston St Mary Church Of England Primary School would like to wish you a very warm welcome to our exciting website. We hope that you find it interesting and entertaining as we share our work, achievements and up-to-date information with you.
Please follow the links to find out all you need to know about life at our school, the teachers, pupils and curriculum. Keep your eye on our Newsletters and Diary pages which will bring you up-to-date with school events and all those important dates for your diaries.
Please see our Contact Information page for all the ways to get in touch with us. We hope you enjoy our website. If you do, why not leave a comment on our twitter account.
Do enjoy your visit, and we hope to see you back again soon.
Mrs Alison Flack
Executive Head Teacher
Higher Level Teaching Assistant Required
Whaplode Primary School
Closing date - 17th January 2020
Please see Whaplode's Vacancies page for full details and an application pack
News and Reminders
Christmas Concert 5 December
Thank you to all those who attended our Christmas concert and who joined us for mince pies and a cup of tea afterwards. We are so proud of the children and their amazing performances and it was great to see the results of all their hard work.
Maple Class Collective Worship 29 November
Well done to Maple class for their fantastic class collective worship on friendship. Each child shared what qualities they look for in a friend and showed the rest of the school their beautiful friendship posters.
Litter picking 15 November
Some of our pupils have been litter picking in our local area, focusing mainly on Small Drove. This week we collected two bags of rubbish. Thank you to WASUP (Walsall Against Single Use Plastics) for funding our litter picking equipment, which enables us to keep our local streets clean and free from plastic.
Class Collective Worship 15 November
Well done to Birch Class for their fantastic Collective Worship this morning. It was great to hear what they have learnt about the Roman invasion of Britain, and how this has helped them answer their Big Question 'Do Invasions Change Countries Forever?’ The children spoke about the lasting impact of Roman rule in Britain, including architecture and language, as well as leading reflection and prayer on the impact of change in our lives.