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St Mary’s College acknowledges the vital role of good partnerships with Parents & Carers in order to provide outstanding education for all pupils in the college.

The school holds regular Parent/Tutor meetings throughout the academic year to allow progress and key issues to be discussed and additional information evenings prior to important transition times or educational visits.

Your child’s Year Team is your first port of call for any queries or concerns The Student Planner is an important contact book for both school and home and we actively encourage its use. Regardless of this method of communication, we do encourage parents to contact us as soon as they identify a concern or problem. All of these are essential to attend in order to support each student in the best possible way.


School calendar

Here’s what’s happening

Upcoming events at St Mary’s College

  • Year 8 Options Evening

  • Ash Wednesday

  • Parent / Tutor Day

  • Founder's Day

  • Christmas Jumper Day

  • Christmas Fayre

  • Key Stage 4 Subjects Parent's Evening

  • Sixth Form (SM6) Parent-Tutor Evening

  • MHSC Re-start a Heart Day

  • MHSC Volunteer Fair

Latest news

  • SMC Review 2018-19

    Welcome to our first review of the academic year. We hope you enjoy hearing about all of the outstanding achievements at SMC  in the last 12 months.

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  • SMC Awarded Artsmark Platinum award

    We are delighted to share the news that St Mary's College has been awarded the Artsmark Platinum award by the Arts Council of England.  

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  • A Northern Soul duo visit SMC

    Media students at St Mary’s College had the opportunity to meet with BAFTA award-winning director Sean McAllister and the star of his documentary, A Northern Soul, Steve Arnott. 

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Since starting at St Mary’s my attitude and maturity has changed drastically and I have never felt so supported. Throughout secondary school I never felt I belonged or was given opportunities like I have at SM6
Suzie, Year 12 student