Welcome to St. Cuthbert Mayne Catholic Primary School.
'Recognising the value and worth of each individual'
I am delighted to welcome you to St. Cuthbert Mayne Catholic Primary School which is in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton.·
We are a community of faith and learning, inspired by Christ's commandment to love God and our neighbour. As a Catholic school our ethos is based on the Gospel values of Respect for Life, Love, Solidarity, Truth and Justice.
"Recognising the value and worth of each individual".
At St. Cuthbert Mayne Primary School we firmly believe that each child is unique and we are committed to developing their God given talents. Our children receive a Catholic education which enables them to fulfil their spiritual, academic, intellectual, physical, emotional and social potential. Christ is at the heart of all that we do and every decision we make is based on what is in the best interest of our children.
Our ethos is evident in relationships both within and beyond our school. Our community is further strengthened by our home, school and parish link.
Our aim is to ensure that our pupils are well prepared for their next stages through an excellent primary education which sets strong foundations for their future. We do this by providing a stimulating learning environment and a broad and balanced curriculum.
We are ambitious for our pupils, and challenge them to be the best that they can be in all that they do. Resilience, creativity, tolerance, independence and collaboration are some of the many qualities our pupils develop during their time at St. Cuthbert Mayne.
We are outward looking and encourage pupils to recognise and celebrate the diversity of our community and the wider world. Pupils develop a global awareness and understand their responsibility to look after the world and those who live in it.
Please come and visit us and see the school in action.
Mrs Natalie McCarthy
OXFAM'S NEPAL APPEAL. NOVEMBER 2015
Our children raised an amazing £114.30 for the Nepal Appeal. Well done to you all!
MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING 2015
Thank you to all our school community for making Macmillan Monday such a memorable day. Please click here to see a small glimpse of this amazing day, which gave us the opportunity to celebrate the work of the Macmillan nurses and to welcome all our Grans and Grandads into school for Grandparents week .
CELEBRATING BOOK WEEK 2015
MAKE YOUR NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION TO.......
"STAY SAFE ON THE INTERNET".
We wish all our families a peaceful and prayerful Christmas and may we all be blessed with strength, compassion and humility in 2015.
Year 6 have created some wonderful Christmas card designs that can be viewed by clicking here.
Thank you to all our Grans and Grandads who took part in our recent Grandparents' week. We were blessed to have so many of you sharing your memories and talents with our children. Year 3 and Year 5 Grandparents created two inspiring Remembrance banners, which have been our focus during November. Please visit our website prayer corner to see these beautiful designs up close.
Also on our website prayer corner are some amazing photos (please click here) of our Heavenly Garden. Photos of this precious place were taken by Eleanor and Haruki from our Year 6 class.
Throughout this past school year we have had several focus weeks within school ,which have included: