St Mary's School, at the heart of the village of Hatfield Broad Oak, is an inclusive, Christian learning community, where all children are valued as individuals.
We aim to provide the children with a varied, exciting curriculum, which enables them all to achieve high standards and maximise their potential.
We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find the information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact the school direct with any queries you may have or if you would like to come and visit us.
What's coming up:
|17 -21.2.2020||Half term holidays|
|24.2.2020||Swimming commences for Yrs 3&4|
Woodpecker Class - Gingerbread Boy
Thank you Woodpecker Class for all your hard work on your Gingerbread Boy topic. We loved your assembly, art and Gingerbread bake sale!
We are pleased to say the bake sale raised just over £80 to purchase equipment for Woodpecker Class.
Thank you for all your donations.
Sports Hall Athletics
We had some brilliant results form our Sports Hall Athletics on Friday 31st January, competing against seven other schools at Forest Hall School. We were very proud of all the children who participated and represented St Mary's so well with their behaviour and sportsmanship. Some pictures from the day are available to view on Owl's Class page.
Year 3/4 placed 6th overall out of 11 teams. A big well done to Freya who came 2nd in the girls Long Jump field event.
Year 5/6 placed 4th overall out of 8 teams. Congratulations to the following children who all placed in the top 3 within their field events.
Anna - 2nd in Javelin
Jasmine - 3rd in Javelin
Isabella 1st in Long Jump
Grace - 2nd in Speed Bounce
Lewis - 3rd in Speed Bounce
Friday 13th December - farewell Mrs Silvester - today we said goodbye to someone very special who has looked after us for nearly 50 years
PTA& F Christmas Fair - 30th November
Our thanks to the PTA&F for organising and to everyone who supported this event. Your contributions raised a phenomenal £836.92 for our school.
Monday 25th November - Africa Experience
We had a very exciting day learning how to play the African Djembe drums. We mastered some very complicated rhythms and played together in a fantastically dynamic ensemble. After break Wren class continued their East African adventure with some traditional dancing, a brilliant and energetic start to a wet November week.
After lunch all of Key Stage 2 gathered in the hall to listen to some Anansi folktales, we even joined in to help the trickster weave his magic! We would like to thank Anna from Arican Experiences for providing us with a very informative and enjoyable day.
Meet our Year 6 Team
Head Girl - Tabitha
Head Boy - Oliver
Barrington House Captain - Imogen
Barrington Sports Captain - Stanley
De Vere House Captain - Scarlett
De Vere House Captain - Kirin
Forest House Captain - Jasmine
Forest Sports Captain - Anna
Regis House Captain - Fletcher
Regis Sports Captain - Freddie
Head Librarian - Summer
Worship Leaders - Summer, Imogen, Freddie, Anna & Tabitha