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Welcome

                                                       Headteacher's Welcome

 

I am proud to be the Headteacher of St Mary of Charity Primary School. Our Christian values of determination, aspiration, independence, faith, forgiveness, respect and honesty underpin everything we do at our school. We work together as a community, within Aquila the Canterbury Diocese Multi Academy Trust, to ensure success. We believe that primary school is a part of childhood and we constantly strive to ensure that our children are interested, engaged and motivated in their learning. Our school is a safe, lively and purposeful place to work and learn, reflective of a rich curriculum and positive relationships.


If you would like to visit the school, you are most welcome. My staff and I will happily answer any questions you may have and provide you with an opportunity to see what we offer in action. 

 

In August 2015 we became a sponsored school within the Diocese of Canterbury Academies Trust (Aquila). If you would like any more information about Aquila then please click on the link below.

 

                                                   

                                                    Our School Christian Vision

 

“Feed my lambs….take care of my sheep.” John: 21 

  

We are a family where everyone feels that they belong. A place of stability where through an innovative, creative curriculum, limitless aspiration and God’s love for us, learning flourishes for all.  

In “Breakfast by Galilee” John: 21, Jesus teaches us how to have faith in times of change. He prepares his disciples to live in a changing world after his resurrection, just as we must be resilient to thrive in a future that is unknown to us. Everyone at St Mary of Charity will have the belief that they can be successful when challenged and that by working together and taking action, just as the disciples did under Jesus’ instruction, we can all achieve more than we thought possible.

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