Whole School Events

What’s on…

Whole school events, news, fundraisers and achievements will be listed here:


↓ December 2017


    • Our school Nativity service will be on Tuesday 19th December 2017 at 9.45am, St. Mary’s Church
    • The story of the birth of Jesus will be retold by our Year 6 children, accompanied by a host of songs sung by the rest of the school
    • All are welcome to attend and enjoy a celebratory service called ‘Christmas Around The World’


    • Our annual and very popular school Christmas Faryre, supported by FoSMS, will be on Friday 8th December 2017
    • As always FoSMS have worked hard in organising this festive offering which kick starts at 2.45pm
    • Please look out for the posters and letters being sent home about all the wonderful things you can enjoy at the fayre
    • Don’t forget there will be a wide range of fabulous prizes up for grabs in the Christmas raffle – scheduled to take place at 4.30pm
    • So come along for a mice pie, some mulled wine and a brilliant afternoon!


  • DT DAY
    • DT Day will be held on Friday 1st December 2017
    • The theme for this DT Day will be Christmas cards
    • Each class will be given a different design brief to make a Christmas card that has a mechanism that moves, pops up or lights up!


↓ November 2017


    • The first parent evenings of the year will take place on Wednesday 29th November and Thursday 30th November
    • Parents should ensure they know their appointment date and time – please arrive early to avoid missing your slot
    • On arrival parents should go to the school hall to view their child’s exercise books
    • For your information: in the future these parent evenings will be known as a child’s ‘Progress in Learning‘ meeting


    • Our Year 5 and Year 6 children will participate in the school journey residential trip to Sayers Croft
    • Year 5 children will be visiting Monday 20th-Tuesday 21st November
    • Year 6 children will be visiting Tuesday 21st-Friday 24th November
    • To find out more about Sayers Croft please visit the website below:

      Sayers Croft


    • Anti-Bullying Week takes place during the week beginning Monday 13th November 2017 and is organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance.
    •  We will be marking this important week with our very own Anti-Bullying Day on Friday 17th November 2017 in which our children will have a full day of activities to focus on the issues related to bullying and how to stop it.
    • Our very own Anti-Bullying Ambassadors will be out in force to help raise awareness on this day.
    • For further information please visit the following websites:

      Anti-Bullying Alliance

      Anti-Bullying Ambassadors


↓ October 2017


    • On Friday 3rd November 2017 St. Mary’s will be conducting its RE Day.
    • This will be an exciting and thought provoking day of activities on the theme of ‘Respect, Responsibility and Resilience’.


    • St. Mary’s CE Primary School’s Governing Body currently have two parent governor vacancies.
    • All parents and guardians at the school are eligible to serve as governors and nominations close at 3.30pm on Friday 17th November 2017.
    • Governors play a vital role in shaping and strengthening our school. Being a school governor is an incredibly rewarding position.
    • If you are interested in becoming a governor please visit our governors’ page of this website by clicking the link below:



    • St. Mary’s will be holding a school open day on Tuesday 17th October 2017 at 4pm.
    • Our open day is aimed at prospective parents who are considering St. Mary’s as their child’s school.
    • During the open day parents will be welcomed by the Head Teacher and be invited to take a school tour to visit classrooms. Our Year 6 children will accompany staff on the tours and provide visitors with an opportunity to ask questions.
    • If you have any questions about admissions please visit the relevant section of our school website by clicking the link below:



    • St. Mary’s has recently supported the NSPCC Speak out. Stay safe. programme which included a special assembly with key safeguarding messages for the children and follow up workshops for Years 5 and 6.
    • The NSPCC believe it’s vital that every child in every primary school across the UK understands abuse in all its forms and recognises the signs of abuse and gets help if they need it.
    • To help fund raise for the NSPCC the school is conducting ‘Buddy’s Big Workout’. This involves a class physical challenge and we would like the children to complete sponsor forms to help raise money.
    • The children will have until Wednesday 11th October to collect their sponsor money and return it to school.
    • Many thanks in advance for your support. For further information about the work of the NSPCC please visit their website:



↓ September 2017


    • This year our Harvest Festival service will take place at St. Mary’s Church on Friday 6th October, 9.45am.
    • The school will be supporting the ‘Wandsworth Food Bank’ for the second year running. Please see our ParentMail notifications for the donations that are urgently needed. We ask you to bring your donations into the school hall (NOT THE CHURCH) the week commencing Monday 2nd October.
    • For further details about the work of the Wandsworth Food Bank please visit their website:

Wandsworth Food Bank


    • On Monday 11th September 2017 St. Mary’s CE Primary School launched its improved and new look school website.
    • Please read the letter for further information:
      Parent letter about new look school website


Previous whole school events

If you are interested in reading about our previous whole school events, fundraisers and achievements please click the link below:

⇒ Previous Whole School Events

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