Studland Visits

The National Trust run fifteen guardianship projects all over the country.

The aim of our local project is to improve the habitat for sand lizards which are an endangered species.

St Mary's children have been a part of this project for seven years. It involves the children visiting their plot of land in Studland which they have cleared of woodland plants and which they now monitor for the growth of heather which is the natural habitat of the sand lizard.


OCTOBER 2010

Year 1


by: zak on 18/04/2014
 On Thursday 3rd April, year 5 of St. Mary’s RC Primary School, Swanage presented speeches for the CAFOD project, “Speak up for CAFOD” to local dignitaries of the town council as well as local representatives of Fair Trade and Christian Aid. See main article for photo.

by: zak on 30/03/2014
Sport Relief at St Mary's

by: bluelevel on 14/03/2014
Sport Relief/Parent Interviews/
Easter Holidays

by: zak on 07/01/2014

Pupils (and some staff) turned out in their best
pyjamas to enjoy some bedtime reading.
See more photos!

by: zak on 01/01/2014

Sixth formers from The Purbeck School
delivered workshops about the Human Body.


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