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Catholic Primary School

  • With our mother Mary,
  • we gather together joyfully,
  • to love, live, learn and pray,
  • with respect for all God’s family,
  • as Jesus teaches us.

From US ALL @ Maryvale!

We wish you a very bright future and every success. 

Mrs Kaur 

This for sure has been the strangest year ever! From when I first came to visit you all in Year 5 I knew we were going to have a great year. In the time that we did spend together we have created so many wonderful memories! I’ve have really enjoyed the times where you have worked together with one another wanting each other to do well and progress, preparing for the Christmas fayre, our first class liturgy, our fun writing ✍️ lessons, making the Anderson shelters, world book day...there’s so many!

I wish you all the very best in all you do! ⭐️😁⭐️

Mrs Kingham 

There’s been so many good times this year but two of my favourite memories have been working on the topic WWII and creating outer display-especially seeing how proud George was of our Spitfire and I absolutely loved the Peter Pan Pantomime and seeing how much the children laughed and enjoyed it! They were a credit to us! 


Mrs Hancox 

Year 6 have done a great job on leading prayers at school and at church this year. One of my earlier memories of the class is when they performed the KS1 Nativity - Jayden played a very good hopeless camel 🐪 he played the part very well including the wiggle the hump dance moves! 



Mrs Jacombs-Clarke 

Year 6 it has certainly been a year to remember! It has been a pleasure to work with you all. My writing group who incredibly started the year working in an unsettling silence...before me transformed into masters at sucking me into a deep conversation about something abstract (usually instigated by Elisa, Piotr or Eva!). I have fond memories of my maths group and how they have grown in confidence and spotting my errr... ‘deliberate’ errors on the board. Jack finding me after school on a Tuesday to remind me I had homework club and taking great delight in doing this. Finally spending time in class over the last few weeks with the children trying to scare/gross me out with their crime and punishment horror stories! 

Ms Greaney

I worked with this class in Year 1! Here they are (a lot smaller😀) doing some practical maths and role playing ‘Where’s My Teddy’. Wishing you all the very best in all you do!