Pupils as Leaders

At St Mary’s, key pupil roles are created to ensure that our students are making a highly-positive, tangible contribution to the life of the school and the wider community. Meaningful opportunities are developed and embedded for pupils to understand how to be responsible and respectful active citizens who contribute positively to society. The Pupils Governors are our role models for spreading our core values of ‘Love, Strength and Faith’ throughout the school. They present certificates each Friday to children who have particularly shone in those areas that week and also help with Collective Worship at Church every Wednesday.

Eco-Committee

Eco-Committee

Our Eco-Committee is made up of children who are passionate about making our school more sustainable and helping us become more aware of green issues. The Committee is ran by one of our Associate Governors, Hilary Rowberry and her husband, Mr Rowberry. The children...

Pupil Ambassadors

Pupil Ambassadors

Pupil Ambassadors have an important role to play at St Mary's. They were selected to be Ambassadors, after writing a letter of application, because they are recognised as inspiring role-models of respectful behaviour, learning attitude and active contribution to the...

House Captains

House Captains

The role of House Captains is one of privilege, pride and responsibility. House Captains are elected by the rest of the pupils in their house, after they've given a speech about what they can offer. The House Captains lead and support the children in their House in a...

Pupil Governors

Pupil Governors

KS1 & KS2 classes have elected two children to be their representatives as Pupil Governors. The Pupil Governors meet regularly to discuss suggestions put forward by their respective classes. They are the voice of the pupils and are expected to be good role models...