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Prestbury St Marys

  • Responsibility
  • Respect
  • Love
  • Honesty
  • Forgiveness
  • Perseverence

A Warm Welcome

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the Prestbury St. Mary’s Federation.  The Federation comprises of St Mary’s Church of England Infant School and Prestbury St. Mary’s Church of England Junior School, working closely together to provide a quality education under the leadership and management of a single Governing Board and Senior Team.

There are 450 children on roll in the Federation in 15 classes.  We pride ourselves on providing an excellent education in a nurturing, caring environment.  We have a welcoming and inclusive ethos with firmly embedded whole-school Christian values – Respect, Love, Honesty, Forgiveness, Perseverance and Responsibility.

Everyone who is associated with our Federation community is part of ‘Team Prestbury’, a Vision rooted in Ecclesiastes 4:9 - that we are better together than we are on our own.  We are guided by John 10:10 “I have come that you might have life; life in all its fullness.”

As a community we understand the importance and value of ‘working together for fullness of life’.  Our Team Prestbury motto of ‘Try, Enjoy, Achieve, More’ encapsulates everything that we aspire to be: to always try our best, enjoy learning together, achieve our potential and to have ambition to be the best we can be.

Our pupils benefit from our outstanding pastoral support which provides focused attention in meeting the children’s individual needs.  We pride ourselves on our inclusivity and our strong relationships with all families from all backgrounds.

Our curriculum is rich and exciting, and is underpinned by ‘The Prestbury Learner’ as the children journey through our schools. This focuses on both the academic and social skills that we believe our pupils need to have in order to successfully access secondary education and achieve their potential.

The Federation’s foundation is in the Church of England, having been founded originally by members of St Mary’s Parish Church. Our strong links with the church are maintained through weekly clergy-led worship, Open the Book services, regular visits to St Mary’s, and through the Parochial Church Council and our Foundation Governors.

If you would like to visit us, simply contact one of the school offices. We look forward to welcoming you.

Mr Matt Ferris

Executive Head Teacher

  • The exceptionally strong leadership of the executive headteacher and deputy headteacher has created a vibrant learning community in which every member flourishes.
    - SIAMS 2019
  • The school’s Christian vision, which is promoted and lived out by all stakeholders is deeply embedded. It shapes all aspects of the school’s decision-making and provides the motivation to continually drive the school forward.
    - SIAMS 2019
  • Leaders have established a caring ethos based on the school’s Christian values. Staff and pupils look out for each other and show high levels of respect. Pupils are polite and well mannered. They hold doors open for visitors and greet staff with a smile. 

    Infant School Ofsted 2023

  • Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary and is wholly attributed to the vision and associated values. Staff and pupils routinely relate ‘Team Prestbury’ to their relationships, behaviour and life choices.
    - SIAMS 2019
  • Pupils enjoy a wide range of opportunities to develop their talents and interests, such as whole-school singing performances, allotment club and sports day. Pupils enjoy representing their ‘houses’ which are named after trees on the school site. 

    Junior School Ofsted 2023

  • Prestbury St Mary’s is a welcoming, caring, deeply supportive community. All stakeholders work passionately as ‘Team Prestbury’ to enable all pupils to live life to the full, John 10:10.
    - SIAMS 2019
  • Working together, for fullness of life, underpins every aspect of school life and is key to ensuring high levels of motivation, creativity and enthusiasm in learning. Proudly articulated as ‘Team Prestbury’ by all stakeholders, including the very youngest pupils, the vision at Prestbury St Mary’s is changing lives. Pupils are happy, confident and feel safe.
    - SIAMS 2019







Y6 Evacuee Day photos HERE




Friday 12th July              2.30pm Drum Concert in the Lodge

                                            2.15pm Y2 Celebration service for parents in Infant Hall

                                            PTFA Lido Event

Monday 15th July          Optional 10am start - Federation non-school uniform day


Tuesday 16th July          Donkeys visiting Y1


Wednesday 17th July    1.15pm Y6 Pizza Afternoon treat (lunch as normal)


Thursday 18th July        Infant skateboarding and climbing wall (PE kit please)

                                            2pm & 6pm Y6 Leavers' Show in Junior Hall

                                                             (parents may come to either show, children need to be at both)


Friday 19th July              9am Y6 Leavers' Service in Junior Hall - parents welcome

                                            3.30pm Y6 Leavers' Party

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