Welcome to Weston St Mary CE Primary School
Executive Head teacher
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.
News and Reminders
Christmas Lunch and Christmas Jumper Day 15 December
It has been lovely to see the children come to school in their Christmas jumpers. Christmas lunch was also a huge success. Thank you to Mrs Horn and Mrs Rous for all of their hard work, as well as to A Country Kitchen for providing such delicious food!
We will be having a Christmas Party on Monday 18th December 2017, children are invited to come to school wearing sensible party clothes, appropriate footwear must be worn as children will still be outside in the playground at break and lunchtime.
We will be holding a Church Service on Tuesday 19th December 2017 at St Mary’s Church, Weston at 9.30am all parents/carers are welcome to attend
Christmas Performance! 13 December
Well done to Years 1, 2 and 3 for their fantastic performance of Whoops-A-Daisy Angel. Thank you to parents for providing such brilliant costumes. See more pictures
Christigle Service 8 December
Thank you to our School Parliament for leading a fantastic Christingle Service at school today. It included poems, facts and prayers that they compiled themselves. See more
Reading with Scout the dog 7 December
The children had another fantastic reading session with Scout this week.
As part of Anti-Bullying week, our children and staff wore odd socks to school. This was to raise awareness that it is great to be different and that we should embrace individuality. It was lovely to hear the conversations that this evoked and to hear the messages of kindness and tolerance which the children were sharing. The socks were pretty fabulous too!
Staying Safe and Healthy:
We have been working hard to ensure our pupils know how to stay safe and healthy. Find out more
School Closures due to weather or emergencies.
The decision to close the school is never taken lightly. We appreciate that many pupils live within walking distance of the school but we also have to take account of where our staff live and their ability to travel to and from school safely in order to ensure the safety of our pupils.
Once the decision has been taken to close the school, parents will receive a text/email and the information will be broadcast on local radio - Lincs FM and BBC Radio Lincs. The radio station's websites will also be updated as will the Local Authority website.
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