Thank you to all who came this afternoon to celebrate the Royal Wedding.

Last day of Summer term 1 is on Friday 25th May and returning Monday 4th June.
Mr Paul Cotter (Executive Head) and Mrs Kim Brady (Head of Learning) would like to welcome you to the Cathedral School of St Mary.

       We are delighted that you have taken this opportunity to find out about the educational experience for pupils at The Cathedral School of St Mary. We are very proud of our school and the achievements of our wonderful pupils. Firm in our belief that children come first, we strive to ensure that all pupils at Cathedral feel happy and safe.  With our children being the leaders of the future, we actively promote independence, confidence and teamwork. Together, everyone achieves more.

       Partnership with parents and carers is at the centre of everything we do. Through regular newsletters, workshops, coffee mornings and celebration events, families and staff work hand in hand.   We believe that every child can succeed and we will work with families and other agencies to ensure that this happens. Working with a range of partners in education, our high expectations, innovative curriculum and distinct approach to learning are making a real difference.  Cathedral is a Good, outward-facing school that is involved in a variety of projects to raise standards and benefit children across the school and the community. 

       We are part of CAST - a multi academy trust set up to protect, support and develop the schools in the Diocese of Plymouth.  We strive to deliver outstanding education with Catholic values at the heart of everything we do.

       We are a diverse and thriving community with big ambitions!    

We are a Good School, it's official.....
Have you seen our new facebook page? Please like and share us! It will be a great place to keep an eye on what is going on and share in our children's success!!
You can now access Times Tables Rock Stars through an app!  Just download the app from your app store and log in using your username and password as normal.
There are awful and tragic events being spoken about around our children with regards to terrorism. This can be tricky and challenging as a parent when  children ask questions. If we can be of any assistance please let us know.
This website also has some helpful advice: supporting-children-worried-about-terrorism
May 28

Bank Holiday


May 29

Half Term