Welcome to our school
Ofsted agrees that we are a GOOD school in all areas!
Menus for December 2017 are slightly different. Go to Parents, Lunch Menus for details
"We are a good school. The School is welcoming, a place where pupils and staff from all faiths and none are included in every aspect of school life and all pupils show respect and genuine interest and care towards each other.
The behaviour of pupils and their care for others is OUTSTANDING"
Committed to inclusion,
you don't have to be Catholic .
Welcome to Our School
We hope that you will be inspired by what you see and read on our website. If you cannot find the information that you are looking for, please contact us.
We warmly encourage visits to our school and we would love to show you what makes Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Primary School such a special place to be.
Our school values are the basis for the social, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and moral development of the whole child.
Buddies Day at Stourhead
Equality Peace Hope Creativity Determination Friendship Happiness Love Respect Positivity Resilience Independence
Thursday 30th November 7pm Eyes Down, Bingo in The Sweetman Hall (behind The Bear Inn)
Friday 1st December - Mufti for chocolate for Christmas Bazaar
Friday 1st December 3:30pm - Film Night
Friday 8th December - Mufti for full bottles for Christmas Bazaar
Saturday 9th December 12 - 2pm - Christmas Bazaar
All information correct at time of writing. Dates, times and events may be subject to change
The school takes safeguarding very seriously and continually focuses on the safety of the children both within and outside the school. If you have any questions regarding any safeguarding matter, please do not hesitate to come and see me. Alison Fishlock
Designated Safeguarding Leads – Mrs Danuta Girton, Acting Headteacher. Mrs Lorraine Allison, School Business Manager
Safeguarding Governor- Mrs Katie Owen, Chair of Governors
For further information or to report concerns go to http://sscb.safeguardingsomerset.org.uk or call 0300 123 2224
What Happens if the School is Forced to Close?
With the threat of bad weather in the winter or we have a flood, gas leak or any other unforeseen crisis, we will do all we can to keep the school open. If we do have to shut a message will scroll along the top of the website, there will be a message on the phone and there will be a sign at the entrance to the school car park.
Latest School Calendar Events
- Cherry Class Mass. St Luke & St Teresa's Church24Nov2017
11:30 am - 12:00 pm
- School Chaplaincy Team Commissioning at Downside Abbey24Nov2017
- PTFA Bingo at Sweetman Hall (The Bear)30Nov2017
7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
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