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We can all flourish and 'have life and have it to the full', as we travel together with God on our voyage of discovery and opportunity.

We foster a caring environment, promoting dignity, consideration and appreciation of others, letting all that we do 'be done in love'.

Through shared aspirations we seek 'to give hope and a future', inspiring all to be the best that they can be and fulfil their potential; striving for excellence.



    A very warm welcome to Tydd St Mary Church of England Primary School!


Tydd St Mary is a small, rural, Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School in Lincolnshire on the Cambridgeshire/Norfolk border. As an inclusive church school we take pride in developing the spiritual and moral education of all children based on basic Christian principles.


Staff work extremely hard to ensure that children reach their full potential and set high standards, both of pupils behaviour and in the work they produce. We recognise that it is important, not only for our pupils to reach their academic potential, but for them to be given the opportunity to develop their talents in art, music and sport; allowing all to flourish and experience 'life in all its fullness'.


It is important to us that we work in partnership with all our parents to ensure the best for all the children in our care. Working together we can ensure that the children have a rewarding, fulfilling and happy learning journey at our school, discovering new things and making the most out of all the opportunities offered.




'The exciting curriculum and opportunities that the school provides ensure that pupils make strong progress in a range of subject.'

'The behaviour of pupils is outstanding, both in classes and around school. Pupils are well mannered. The school is a calm and purposeful place in which to learn.' Ofsted 2016


'Christian values are embedded in every aspect of school life, resulting in a strength and quality of relationships which enable all to flourish.' Section 48 Inspection March 2016



God be with us as we pray

As we learn and work and play,

Make this school your home today.




Remote Learning- School Offer

Useful SEND weblinks for home learning

Utilising gaming devices to access home learning

Risk Assessment

Covid Catch Up Grant

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DfE Coronavirus Helpline
Phone: 0800 046 8687

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