Main Contact - Mrs C Knox
SENDCo - Mrs K Fawcett
St Mary's RC Primary School
May I welcome you to St. Mary's Catholic Primary School, in the Parish of St. John Paul II? We are extremely proud of our school and all that we achieve here.
At St Mary's, we strive to live out explicitly the Catholic ethos and mission of our school and we aim to provide the best education for all our pupils in every area of the curriculum.
We believe that our school provides the experience of a living, growing Catholic environment for all members of our community. Christ is at the centre of everything we do.
Our school is a friendly and welcoming place, where all our pupils are supported and encouraged by a team of committed staff, governors and parents. Every child is unique and their individual talents are nurtured and developed throughout their school career.
Thank you for your interest in our school, we hope you find the website useful and informative. Should you require paper copies of anything on our website, these will be supplied to you free of charge. We warmly invite you to be part of our successful community. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or require more information.
Mrs. J.A. Forshaw
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The Salford Foundation Trust is a charity that helps children and young people to develop their hobbies, interests, skills and talents by providing funding that would otherwise be unavailable from any other source.
Where does the Trust get its funding from?
The Trust is a registered charity (Reg No: 1105303) and relies on donations from local businesses, other related charities and fundraising activities.
Does all the money raised for the Trust go to children and young people in Salford?
Yes 100% of monies raised goes directly to opportunities. The administration costs of the Trust are provided by the support of Salford Foundation, a social inclusion charity.
You are eligible to apply if you:
Are aged between 5 – 25 years old.
Have been a resident in the City of Salford for more than three years.
Are unable to fund the opportunity through another source.
Please note priority will be given to applicants under 21.
The Trust has five categories: (A) General, (B) Performing Arts, (C) Sport, (D) Vocational and (E) Skills and Talent for Self Employment.
The Trust will consider requests to fund opportunities that will enable a child or young person to learn and/or develop new skills or take part in a character building experience or activity.
This could be funding for, example:
· a piece of equipment
· an activity
· a training course
Please click in this link to find out more
If you are a parent of a child with SEND, then St John Vianney in Stretford have asked us to make you aware of what they can offer your child.
St John Vianney RC School is a non-maintained Special School with children aged 5-19, all of whom have EHCP’s. The school has an excellent record, particularly of working with children with Autism and is nationally accredited for their high quality provision.