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  • Virtual School Tour

    Published 17/11/21

    See our virtual tour to find out more about our fantastic school.

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  • End of Term Festivities

    Published 17/12/21

    Today school closed for the Christmas holidays. 

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  • Global Friends Book Sale

    Published 16/12/21

    Thank you to everyone who donated books...

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  • Christmas Choirs

    Published 14/12/21

    Choir concerts

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  • Christmas Tree Festival 2021

    Published 12/12/21

    Junior choir perform at St Mary's Church Christmas Tree Festival.

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  • St Mary's rated Outstanding

    Published 06/12/21

    St Mary’s CE Junior school pupils celebrate 'outstanding' Ofsted inspection

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  • An Angel Just Like Me

    Published 03/12/21

    Whole school project...

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  • Year 3 visit Winchester Science Centre

    Published 02/12/21

    On Wednesday, Year 3 visited Winchester Science Centre on their first trip out at St Mary's! 

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  • Sporting Success!

    Published 24/11/21
    On Wednesday 24th November, the year 6 netball team had their first match of the Bee netball tournament. They had trained hard but were a little nervous ahead of their first game against Fairfields school. They needn't of worried though as they w
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  • Children in Need 2021

    Published 22/11/21

    St Mary's goes spotty!

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  • Remembrance Sunday

    Published 17/11/21

    Pupils represent the Old Basing Schools at services of remembrance.

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  • Basingstoke Basketball competition

    Published 16/11/21

    On Monday 15th November, St Mary's Year 6 team competed in the Basingstoke Basketball competition. In the competition, they played against three other school. Each game was split into two halves, and they played 4v4 with a different team of 4 in each half. They played against each school twice during the competition.

    During the first round of games, they managed to get a win and two draws which was incredible for a team that has only just started to play together. They learnt their lessons about marking and to make sure feet are not over the red line before taking a throw in from the side. They started to work well as a team, making sure that they moved into space and mark the opposing players.

    During the second set of matches, they achieved a win, a draw and a loss. The worked hard together and encouraged each other, and even congratulated the other teams on well scored baskets.

    After all of the competition was finished and the points were totalled up, St Mary's managed to come in second place, earning a well deserved Silver Medal.

    Well done team!

     

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