St Mary’s C of E Primary School, Albrighton
‘There is a strong feeling of community here and our children are safe and happy.’ (SIAS Inspection 2012)
Thank you for showing an interest in our school. We are currently sourcing a new website, but in the meantime this site should tell you all you need to know about our lovely school! St Mary’s is a Church of England school. Our central aim is to develop the full potential of every child in our care. We regard it as of great importance for our teachers to promote attitudes of mutual respect and tolerance, and a sense of personal responsibility, in our pupils. We believe the atmosphere within our school should generate a sense of security and friendship amongst our pupils.
St Mary’s CE Primary School is situated in the village of Albrighton which dates back to Saxon times and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. Serving the local agricultural community, Albrighton has grown steadily over the years and the village and hamlets around Albrighton are convenient for travelling to Telford, Shrewsbury and Wolverhampton. Albrighton has all the facilities a self-contained village needs, including a local railway station and very good road networks. The school is situated on the edge of the village, bordered by open fields. A variety of established shrubs and trees and hundreds of bulbs, planted by the children enhance the school grounds. The building has undergone extensive improvements, including new windows and doors and a purpose built library. Our school is an inspiring, creative and exciting place to learn!
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‘Our School is a place where we all care about each other and where we help each other.’ (SIAS Inspection 2012)