About Us

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Primary School is a community centred in Christ. Teaching is permeated by the Gospel values and the traditions of our Catholic faith.

We seek to promote a happy, stimulating and caring environment in which each person is valued as an individual with unique talents. The curriculum and activities of the school are carefully framed so that each pupil may fulfil his or her potential and know success. Each will grow in awareness of his or her role within the family, the school and society and be sustained by a deepening relationship with God.

Choosing your child’s school is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. As a Catholic school, the basis of our mission is to value and respect every person as an individual, made in the image of Christ. Strong emphasis is placed on pastoral care and all staff are fully committed to promoting the well-being of every child.

The nurturing of the positive attitude is essential if pupils are to become successful learners, striving for excellence and achievement in all areas of the curriculum to bring out the very best in every child. All this is firmly secured by a solid spiritual and moral foundation, based on Gospel values that give us all hope and direction in our ever-changing world.

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Welcome

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Our Team

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School Governors

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Governing Information

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Academy

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TUESDAY 20TH JULY 2021
NON UNIFORM DAY

With the temperatures predicted high for tomorrow, please ensure your child is in weather appropriate clothing, sun hat/ caps where possible. Please make sure they also have a water bottle with them. We suggest that sunscreen is applied before your child comes to school.
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Are you ready to get WILD!

The Summer Reading Challenge is here.

Head down to your local library to join in and become a Wild World Hero 🦁🏆

library.doncaster.gov.uk/web/arena/summer-reading-challenge
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As many of you will already be aware but the country is experiencing the start of a heat wave and now that many schools have closed, lots of us will be heading to the seaside or may be venturing away on holiday.

Don't forget to keep you and your family safe in the sun!
Remember....
🌞 Slip, Slop, Slap

The British skin foundation have lots of tips on how to keep ourselves and our family safe whilst in the sun
www.skinhealthinfo.org.uk/sun-awareness/the-sunscreen-fact-sheet/?fbclid=IwAR3eW7lxOhN4EBbovyycj5...
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School to re-open Thursday 2nd September 2021