Learn to love, love to learn...

Where the child is at the centre of everything we do

January 2019

22

Tue

P5 Year Mass
P6 Community Art Project

23

Wed

P7A Swimming

24

Thu

P7B Swimming

28

Mon

Catholic Schools Week

29

Tue

Catholic Schools Week
P4 Year Mass

30

Wed

Catholic Schools Week
P2A and P2B Grandparents Day

31

Thu

Catholic Schools Week

February 2019

01

Fri

Catholic Schools Week
P7A Parental Assembly

05

Tue

P7 Year Mass

06

Wed

P3 Enrollment Service 2pm
P7A Swimming

07

Thu

P7B Swimming

12

Tue

P6 Year Mass

13

Wed

P7A Swimming

14

Thu

P7B Swimming
Valentine's Dinner

18

Mon

Spring Break

19

Tue

Spring Break

20

Wed

Spring Break

21

Thu

Spring Break

22

Fri

Spring Break

26

Tue

P5 Year Mass

March 2019

01

Fri

P7B Parent Assembly

Full Calendar
Catholic Schools Week 27th January - 3rd February 2019

17

Jan

Catholic Schools Week 27th January - 3rd February 2019

Catholic Schools Week runs from 27th January - 3rd February 2019. The theme this year is 'Celebrating the work of Our Local Catholic Schools' P1 - P7 children will be taking part in activities to celebrate this important date in our school calendar. Grandparents Day will be celebrated on Wednesday 30th January and parents and grandparents of Primary 2 children are welcome to attend a special assembly at 9.30am.

For Parents

It is only through visiting us that you will truly realise how we live our school moto "Learn to Love, Love to Learn"

For Pupils

Our pupils love St Mary's on the Hill because there are lots of opportunities to succeed. Pupils have lots of friends and enjoy being welcomed every morning.

Curriculum

Our curriculum promotes children's self-esteem by concentrating on activities and learning experiences which encourage confidence, curiosity and creativity.

St. Mary's on the Hill

St. Mary’s on the Hill is a Catholic maintained, co-educational primary school, where the child is at the centre of everything we do. We are a happy, caring school that works in partnership with all our parents and the parish community to ensure that our children make the most of their potential in academic, religious and personal development.

“The children are welcoming, considerate and respectful to one another and to adults. There is a notable maturity in the children’s attitude to learning and they exemplify very well the aspiration behind the school’s motto:”

Learn to love, love to learn...

Education Training Inspectorate (ETI) 2016/2017

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