Stella Maris School

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Stella Maris School
Motto Where Successful Futures Begin
Established December 1976
Type Other Independent School
Religion Roman Catholic
Headteacher Mrs Norah Johnson
Chair Dr John Swarbrick
Location St John's Road
Heaton Mersey

Greater Manchester
Coordinates: 53°24′47″N 2°12′23″W / 53.41308°N 2.2064°W / 53.41308; -2.2064
Local authority Stockport
DfE URN 106154
Gender Co-educational
Ages 3–11

Stella Maris School is a coeducational, independent school, in Heaton Mersey, Stockport England, founded in 1976.

The school is open to all denominations and is a non profit making organisation. The school is registered with the Department for Education and Employment. It occupies a Victorian, Grade II listed building on St John's Road which was formerly St. John's school and has around 70 pupils from nursery to year 6, which makes the average class size 14 pupils or less.

The school has a number of notable former pupils, including historian and strategist Matthew Kay, and former world champion swimmer James Hickman.

The name 'Stella Maris' is a Latin phrase meaning 'Star of the Sea'.


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