Welcome to St Mary's Catholic High School Leyland

St Mary's Catholic High School, Leyland

St Mary's Catholic High School has gone through a great transformation in a short space of time. The necessity to reflect, innovate and change has brought about high performance, sustained progress and a desire among all stakeholders to become the very best that we can be. Whilst the building presents a wonderful environment for education, we know that what really matters is exciting teaching that delivers progress in learning. We have unequivocal high expectations in terms of behaviour and our focus on spiritual development for children is very beneficial to young people growing up in a rapidly changing world.



Careers Fair Parental Feedback

Friday 16 November

Dear Parent / Carer, 

Please complete this evaluation in order that we can review the Careers Fair and moniter whether you have received adequate information and advice in relation to option choices and careers guidance.

Many thanks, 

Mrs L Pilling

Assistant Headteacher

Careers Fair

Thursday 15 November

Reminder that St Mary's annual Careers Fair takes place today from 4:00 till 6:30 pm in the Drama Theatre.

The Feast of Christ the King - revised time

Thursday 15 November

Apologies, the Mass start time is 10:00 a.m. 

Dear Parent / Carer,

THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING – Sunday, 25th November 2018 

We are inviting all pupils to join the parish of Leyland St Mary’s and to represent our school by attending the Mass to celebrate the feast of Christ the King at St Mary’s Catholic Church Leyland at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, 25th November 2018. On this feast we celebrate Christ as both Servant and King. Sunday, 25th November 2018 is also Youth Sunday, therefore various youth groups and junior schools of the parish will be joining in this celebration. 

As is tradition, there is an expectation that all pupils who have accepted a position of responsibility in school (prefects, chaplaincy team members, school council, house captains, form reps etc.) will do their best to attend this service to represent our school, and so uphold this position. I would, however, like to reiterate that all pupils and families are very welcome to join us for this celebration at our parish church. 

This is an important celebration in the life of the parish and school and so we request that your son / daughter wears full school uniform and his or her school leadership badges. We very much look forward to welcoming you on the day.

Yours sincerely,

Mr P Thompson, Headteacher and Anthony Cave, School Chaplain.

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