This information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to pupils, parents and carers about what to expect from remote education where national or local restrictions require entire cohorts (or bubbles) to remain at home.
As part of our broad and balanced curriculum, we appreciate the importance of our children experiencing the joys of childhood and creating happy memories, whilst learning about the world around us and becoming active citizens.
Making an application. When you apply, you can list up to 4 schools in order of preference (we call this ``ranking`` your schools). Research schools to help you make the right school preferences for your child.. This includes looking at a school's admission rules (how they work out who will be offered a place).
We are continuing to keep you updated on the government’s response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
If anyone in your household is tested for the Coronavirus, it is important that the school know asap, including when the school is closed. Please ensure we are kept up to date with any results, as this will allow us to take any necessary steps to keep our school community as safe as possible.
To contact the school and let us know about COVID19 tests when it is closed, please use the following email address:
For our Remote Learning Provision please click here
'Every child is a treasure - small in size, growing in God's love'.
Our value this half term is GENEROSITY
Aston St Mary’s is a school at the heart of its community..
Aston St Mary’s Church of England Primary School is an outstanding church school situated in Aston, near the eastern edge of Stevenage. We are a village school, with just over 120 pupils on roll from Reception to Year 6. Our small size, combined with our embedded Christian ethos ensures that we know and care about each pupil. Every single child is valued and helped to achieve his or her full potential both academically and in terms of social and emotional development. Visitors frequently comment on the friendly welcome they receive and notice the atmosphere of respect and support between staff and pupils. ‘Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes to learning are exemplary!‘ (Ofsted 2014)
Pupils achieve well here and enjoy learning because we provide a‘curriculum that provides pupils with an exciting array of subjects that are planned, very effectively to promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.’(Ofsted 2014).
Our Christian Values Education underpins everything we do at Aston St Mary’s School.
At Aston St Mary’s Church of England School we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all pupils.
Joyce (our cook) will prepare a healthy school meal for each child, ensuring every child gets their choice of meal.
We endeavour to offer a rich and varied curriculum. Throughout the year we plan activities to enhance learning in all areas as well as to extend the children’s spiritual, moral and cultural development.
We offer individual and group instrumental lessons at school. We have choir at lunchtimes and all children from Year 2 upwards will be taught to play the recorder.
The government provide schools with PE and sport funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.
Find our more about our classes; Shackadell, Peartree, Orchard, Danes and Haffydown!
Take a look into our day to day life here at Aston St Mary's Primary School!
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