We have four houses at St Mary’s – each named after a local house that has historical significance for local area.
All pupils and their families are allocated to colour houses when they enter the school and they remain in these houses for the time that they attend St Mary’s. House points
Children can earn house points in recognition of their positive behaviour choices or achievement within a lesson.
All pupils work together to earn as many house points as they can for their team. Inter house competitions are also a way for pupils to earn additional house points e.g. during sports day
House points are counted by the house captains each week and the whole school are updated on the house point totals in the following Monday worship. House point systems promote positive behaviour and encourage pupils to challenge and stretch themselves whilst they are at school. The system also supports team work and a healthy sense of competition.
Broughton Castle is a moated and fortified manor house near Banbury
Broughton pupil leadership team
Compton Verney is a national art gallery and landscaped park located nine miles from Stratford-upon-Avon.
Compton Leadership Team
Sulgrave Manor is a Tudor and Georgian house built by direct ancestors of George Washington, the first President of the United States.
Sulgrave Leadership Team
Upton Leadership Team
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St. Mary's Church of England (VC) Primary School Southam Road Banbury OX16 2EG Headteacher: Victoria Woods Tel/Fax: 01295 263026 Email firstname.lastname@example.org