The School and its settings

St Mary’s C of E (Aided) Primary school is in the heart of the attractive village of Bitteswell, adjacent to the Green. Bitteswell is approximately one mile north of the market town of Lutterworth and 13 miles south-west of the City of Leicester.

The school was built in 1888 and modernised and extended in 1972, 1995, 2003 and more recently in 2015.

The main accommodation comprises:

4 Classrooms Head Teacher’s Room
Music Room School Office
Library Staff Room
Hall

Nurture room

 

Additional large

teaching space

Kitchen

Outside the children have access to a Wildlife Garden, large field, patio area and ‘the mound’ which they love to use to play on. There is also a climbing wall and newly marked hardstanding for games and activities. We have four raised beds and an outdoor classroom.  Our Trim Trail is being replaced and the children have a bike shed to leave their scooters and bikes.

Leicestershire Gold Music Mark

This was attained in 2015.  We view music as an important element of education and all children have the opportunity to learn a range of instruments, perform and develop their music skills.

School Games

In September 2016 the school was awarded the prestigious Gold school Games Award.  We have developed many links with local clubs and 85% of the children take part in extra-curricular activities.

Enhanced Healthy Schools

The school was awarded the National Healthy Schools status in July 2010. This was renewed in 2015 and we now have the Enhanced Healthy Schools Award

Food for Life – Bronze Award

Eco-Schools – Bronze Award

Foundation International School Award

We are working towards our Silver award and ensure that global links, knowledge and skills are thread throughout the curriculum.

Investors in People

In June 2009, St Mary’s C of E (Aided) Primary School was re-assessed and was successful in meeting the requirement of the Investors in People Standard.

 Basic Skills Quality Mark

The school was awarded The Quality Mark in basic skills in 2009.  This affirmed the school’s application of its rigorous self-evaluation framework for continuous improvement.

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