Immaculate Heart Of Mary

Catholic Primary School A Voluntary Academy
Together with Jesus, we love to learn and learn to love.

                     Welcome to Immaculate Heart! 


Dear Parents and Children,

We hope you are well and are looking forward to starting school in September. We cannot wait to meet you all so that we can start our learning journey together.

On the website you will find lots of information about starting school including, pictures of your teachers, teaching assistants and your new classroom. 

We have so many fantastic areas of learning and our outdoor space is going to provide lots of adventures for you all.

Important Information

Here you will find information that we have shared about your child's transition into Reception. 

New Parents PowerPoint from the information evening:  

Introduction to EYFS Powerpoint

Here is a transition booklet, which gives you lots more information on what it is like in the Reception classroom! 

Early Years Foundation Stage Handbook 2024/25

Helping your child get ready for school

All children in Reception through to Year 2 have the option to have a free school meal (Universal Free School Meals).  We would really recommend that you let your child try school dinners.  The menu is changing in September and it has a wide range of options to suit all children's dietary requirements.  If you would like to see a sample menu please click below and share it with your child.

School Meal Menu September 2024

For information regarding our Breakfast and After School Club please visit here.

Meet The EYFS Teachers

                          Class RCC                        Class RGH

Virtual Tour 

Take a look at some of the exciting activities that happen in Reception everyday! 


Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church

Our school Parish is Immaculate Heart of Mary (Parish of St John Mary Vianney).  We are the priests in the Parish of St John Mary Vianney and we are looking forward to meeting you in the new academic year.

As a school, we hold Family Masses each term where we invite all our families to join us, giving our pupils the opportunity to learn new hymns, play instruments to enhance these hymns and also to read God’s word.

Our classes attend Mass on Fridays with our parishioners throughout the school year - for Easter and Christmas and for all days of Holy Obligation which fall on week days when we are in school.  Where possible, our children lead the Mass and are fully involved in doing the readings, altar serving, presenting the gifts of bread and wine during the offertory, singing and playing instruments.  Going to church as a school is very special to us!