Welcome to St Mary's Infants

It’s a vibrant, hands-on, busy and fun place to learn and thrive!

We are a Church of England Infant School set in the centre of Witney. Adjacent to St Mary’s Church and overlooking the green, we are proud of our heritage whilst always building towards the future.

At St Mary’s, the Christian value of love is at the heart of all we do.  We seek to grow our children in a nurturing and secure environment and work closely together with our parents, the Church, governors and the community to achieve our vision. Our specialist and dedicated team of staff are passionate about Early Years Education and our facilities are designed specifically to meet the needs of children aged 4-7 years, including our purpose built Reception suite.

We pride ourselves that the children at St Mary’s are happy, challenged and excited about each day, every day.  Whether it be investigating an alien crash landing, May Day dancing or trying to find the answer to the question ‘why does popping candy go pop?’ Our children are encouraged to achieve their potential, develop their talents and celebrate their uniqueness.

I feel extremely privileged to be the Executive Headteacher of St Mary’s and invite you to come and visit our school to see it in action.  You’ll be sure of a warm welcome.

Ms. Debbie Seccull, Executive Headteacher

st marys home pupil

Partnership with The Batt CE Primary

Open Days

Come and visit St. Mary’s!

Thursday 12th October 2023 at 9.30am-10.30am and Tuesday 14th November 2023 at 1.30pm-2.30pm

There will be an opportunity to tour the school and visit our purpose built Reception suite. Our Executive Headteacher and staff are waiting to welcome you.

If you have any queries, please contact the school:

Tel: 01993 702387
Email: office@stmarysinfants.co.uk

Year 2 Visit to Warwick Castle

Reception Visit to The Cotswold Farm Park

The Reception Class had a great time on their trip to the Cotswold Farm Park on Monday 16th May.

First, the children had a little workshop where they were shown eggs of different sizes and they had to work out which birds had laid the eggs. They then met Apricot the rabbit and Nellie the guineapig who were very patient as the children eagerly stroked them. Next the children enjoyed walking around the park, meeting and feeding all the various animals. There were lots of hungry goats, sheep and cows. After lunch, there was the chance to explore the playground where the children pedalled tractors, climbed on various equipment, went on swings and see-saws and played in a sand pit.

 

Great school I would highly recommend it. Staff are lovely, after school clubs are fab! School is just fantastic throughout!

A Parent, May 2018