The staff here at St Mary’s wanted to show how proud they are of the way our children have persevered during this disrupted period. Here’s a short video message to showcase this. A big thankyou to Mrs Goodwin and her son Dan for their editing skills in putting this together. We hope that you enjoy it, take care and stay safe.
Shan Jones and Martin Jones, (Jones and Jones music) wrote this song for both Broughton Community Choir and Ashton Sings Community Choir (both of which Martin conducts) and enlisted the help of local guest musicians to make the performance a reality. They teamed up with Dom Gwynne, a final year student from Gloucestershire University, to help with the mixing and management of nearly 100 individual videos.
Martin kindly organises many events for our school choir and musicians – Mucklestone Music Mash, it’s lovely to see him hard at work (keeping it socially distant of course) and doing what he does best.
Mrs Hill’s daughter Ruby sings the first solo….and you may even spot Mrs Hill singing too!
St Mary’s is a small, thriving village school located in Mucklestone. The school provides a warm, nurturing environment that enables children to grow into confident and articulate young people. Academically our students consistently achieve above the national average in national tests.
The school does more than encourage academic achievement, early on, children develop the confidence to try new activities, to lead others and develop strong Christian values.
Pupils who leave our school in year 6 are ready for the challenges of high school both academically and socially.
St Mary’s has a strong extra-curricular program with sports, drama, music and many other break time and after-school clubs offered across the years.
Our breakfast club now runs from 7:30am and this combined with a choice of after school clubs running EVERY week day now means that we offer a comprehensive facility to accommodate parents and carers demands on their working day.