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Spring Term 2021. Our 'Value for Life' for this half term is Wisdom. Please have a look at our newsletter and watch the power point presentation with your family. Mrs Griffiths.

Wednesday 16th December 2020. Christmas Nativity Day.

Thursday 3rd December 2020. Below is a poster for our local churches ‘Christmas in a Bag’ activities as they are unable to hold Christingles and Crib services in the church. They are able to deliver the bags to the school.

Friday 27th November. This Sunday is 'Advent Sunday. It is always on the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day. Today we designed and made advent rings out of recycled materials.

Friday 13th November. Celebrating with other faiths. Diwali lanterns.

Thursday 12th November 2020. Virtual assembly with Miss Greenslade.

Thursday 12th November 2020. Changing lives near Kingston St Mary. From coast to coast, in towns and cities right across the UK, BBC Children in Need is out there making a difference. The amazing projects they support help change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people all over the country. This year our school are fundraising by getting the children to come to school dressed in their favourite PE kit. All the children gave a £1 donation.

Wednesday 11th November. Today we watched the service from Westminster Cathedral. We are going to take our poppies home to share in the community.

Friday 6th November 2020. This year we decided to honour Remembrance Sunday by placing our clay poppies under a tree near the front of our school so that the local community can share in our remembrance.

Monday 2nd November 2020. Our 'Value for Life' for this half term is Perseverance. Please have a look at our newsletter and watch the power point presentation with your family. Mrs Griffiths.

Monday 2nd November

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the 'Open Door' collection. Mr Griffiths was able to deliver the wide selection of groceries during half term. It was wonderful to see such a wide range of toiletries included. The staff were extremely grateful and Mr Griffiths commented on the delicious smells coming from the kitchens. Hopefully, we will be able to have another collection before Christmas.

October 2020. Christian Distinctiveness Action Plan 2020-2021

Thursday 15th October 2020


As part of our Harvest Festival celebrations this year we will be collecting for the charity 'Open Door'. 

Open Door is a day centre for Taunton’s homeless community. In the first instance they provide a warm welcome, a smile and a cuppa.

After that they work to ensure people have their basic needs met. They have showers, a clothing store and provide a laundry facility. They also serve breakfast and lunch with unlimited refills of tea, coffee and juice. This all works to increase people’s self-esteem and gives them a positive sense of belonging to our community.

They then offer tailored support plans for individuals which target key goals such as developing life skills, sustaining accommodation and accessing employment. All of this is underpinned by a staff team of three and a huge team of over 45 volunteers. Without their volunteers, and support from donors, they would not be able to make such a difference in people’s lives.

On Friday 23rd October, Mrs Griffiths will be collecting at the front of school any donations you would like to make this year. Donations might include coffee, tea, sugar, cereals, juice, tinned meat or vegetables, cooking sauces, toiletries, washing powder etc..

Many thanks

Jo Griffiths

9th September 2020. Today we wrote some prayers on butterflies. We are going to leave them in the church to give people comfort who's lives have been affected by Covid-19.

Autumn Term 2020. At Kingston St Mary school we have a strong, distinctive Christian ethos and encourage children to develop values of Trust, Humility, Truthfulness, Perseverance, Forgiveness, Responsibility, Respect, Peace, Compassion, Courage, Justice and Thankfulness. We ensure that children learn these values through the teachings and stories that Jesus told. Children have opportunities to think about and apply Christian values through religious education lessons, collective worship and as an integral part of our curriculum. This half term (Autumn 2020) our value is - Respect.

2020-2021 Collective Worship at Kingston St Mary C of E School.

Thursday 26th March 2020. A poem written for our school community.

Monday 10th February 2020. Designing a new 'Reflective Garden' for our school.

Monday 10th February 2020. Collective Worship Policy and Christian Values Assembly Plan.

Prayer Tree

Church Distinctiveness Group Meeting Agenda 28.01.20

Friday 20th December Carol Concert and Nativity performance in our local church.

Monday 11th November 2019 Our Year 6 children took our Remembrance Assembly today.

Celebration Assembly 18.10.19

Autumn Term 2019. Collective Worship organised by the children.

Self Evaluation 2019-2020 This is a working document and will be updated on a regular basis. Mrs Griffiths

Our Reflective Garden

Classroom Reflection Areas

Communal Reflective Areas

Chinese New Year

Collective Worship Displays

Church Distinctiveness Meeting 21st May 2019

All Saints


Bibles donated and blessed

Buzzard and Owl Community Walk

Christian Symbols

Churches Birthday

Fundraising for people in Need