St Mary's Catholic Primary School

Welcome to the Saint Mary's Catholic  Primary School website.

Thank you for visiting our website.  We are a warm, welcoming, family orientated and fantastic one form entry Catholic Primary School located in the heart of Loughborough on Hastings street. Our school has amazing diversity with caring, spiritual, creative and dynamic pupils and staff. St Mary's is a member school of the St Thomas Aquinas Multi-Academy Trust, with all the Catholic schools in Leicestershire. We are very well situated with our location so close to St. Mary's Parish church, the University, College and Loughborough town centre, enabling the school to use these resources imaginatively in our curriculum planning. With the Catholic ethos at it's centre, it is an exciting place to learn and work, with coaching and nurturing of all at it's heart. 

Please do visit the school to see all the wonderful opportunities, great range of extra curricular activities, after school care, pastoral care and the exciting and collaborative curriculum we have on offer or have a look at our class pages and tweets below.

We look forward to welcoming you.

If you would like to visit our fantastic school, please contact the school office on 01509 212 621 or email : .

The school's Office Manager Mrs Cavanagh, Office Admin Mrs Moore or I, will be happy to answer any queries. Should you require any information from this website to be made available in print form, please also contact the school office on the phone number or email above.

Miss P Jordan

Headteacher at St Mary's School

Please contact the school office on 01509 212621 for any queries. Please ensure you look at the school website for updates, down load the school jotter app, searching for St Mary's by putting in the postcode LE115AX and stay logged in for messages.

Parents and Carers

Welcome Back. We are delighted to welcome all the Children back from March the 8th and are very much looking forwards to seeing everyone on April the 12th for the Summer (Pentecost) Term. As we are still in lockdown, all the restrictions that were in place in the Spring (Lent) Term are still in place for everyone's safety. The children can now wear their Summer Uniform and wear their PE uniform on their PE days. Further information can be found on their class pages on the website. Water bottles, book bags and packed lunch boxes to be brought to school only, to minimise items in  the school cloakrooms, reduce mixing of classes and to enable enhanced cleaning. Thank you.

Reception: front entrance Hasting Street   9a.m  - 2.50p.m

Year One: Front entrance Hasting Street    8.50a.m  - 3p.m

Year Two: Hasting Street Gate: 8.50 -3.15p.m

Year Three: Hasting Street Gate: 8.40a.m-3.00p.m

Year Four: Junior Gate on Ashby Road :8.40a.m  -3.05p.m

Year Five: Junior Gate on Ashby Road: 8.50a.m – 3.15p.m

Year Six: Junior gate on Ashby Road: 8.45a.m -3p.m

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Achievement Assembly Friday 14th May 21


PENTECOST 1 TERM.  EASTERTIDE.  Bishop's theme focus: Missionary Discipleship

This Thursday is the Feast of the Ascension- Fr David will be celebrating mass in school at 10a

St Mary's School uses the Ten Ten resources to help the staff and children plan their daily collective worship. They produce a fantastic Monthly newsletter for parents.  This lovely resource is a worthwhile shared reading resource. Please see the link below!

Liturgies/ Masses: due to Covid restrictions- these are on MS teams as the school cannot gather together.

Mondays: class Liturgies: Meditation

Tuesdays: Whole School Liturgy: led by the Head teacher. Recorded and posted for parents.

Wednesdays: Whole School Liturgies led by classes: recorded for parents and placed on class pages or class dojo.

Thursdays: Class Liturgies: Lectio Divina focus

Fridays: 1.30p.m Whole School Achievement assembly on Ms teams: recorded for families to watch.


Pope Francis has proclaimed this year ‘The Year of Joseph’ (8 December 2020 to 8 December 2021). During this time, Ten Ten will be providing resources to help us think about St Joseph and pray to Him.

‘Saint Joseph reminds us that those who appear hidden or in the shadows can play an incomparable role in the history of salvation.’ Pope Francis (8th December 2020)

As part of the school's subscription to "Life to the Full", all parents will be able to access the Online Parent Portal with the following login credentials for the RSE programme

Have a look at the St Thomas Aquinas True Spirit web page. Fantastic blogs from all the schools in the Trust, including some excellent ones from the St Mary's Chaplaincy team.

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Discipleship Challenge


Mass at school for the Solemnity of the  Ascension  13th May 21

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Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust have developed a self-care kit for primary school aged children which is aimed at looking after their emotional health and wellbeing during this time. The kit covers lots of topics, including staying healthy, handling emotions, letting go of worries and staying connected, plus some fun things to do whilst at home. There are breathing exercises, advice on conversation starters, a postcard that can be filled in with a message to family member or friend they are missing and much more. It can be downloaded from the Health for Kids: Grownups website:

Coronavirus update:  St Mary's School are following the advice and guidance of Public Health England to the letter, and the Multi-Academy Trust we belong to is monitoring this and updating us daily.  We will keep parents informed of any changes to this advice on a daily basis as necessary.

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