Sunday School / Godly Play

We are privileged to have a dedicated Godly Play classroom here at St Mary’s and welcome children aged 3+ at least once a term to join. Godly Play is a creative and imaginative approach to Christian nurture. It aims to develop a deeper understanding of stories, symbols and rites as a way of preparing children to join in the worship and life of their faith community. 


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If you, or your children would be interesting in serving on a Sunday Morning or Evening please speak to one of the clergy or contact Antonia Wainman (Parish Clerk and Sacristan): [email protected]

Admission to Holy Communion

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Little Voices

Here at Little Voices Putney we provide fun and inspiring performing arts training through after school lessons for children aged 4 – 13 years, building confidence and nurturing talent through inspirational singing and drama lessons.

We believe in gaining life skills to follow your dreams and that every child has something amazing to share! Our fun and inspiring drama and singing lessons build children’s confidence and promote their development in a happy, positive, safe and stimulating environment.

Working towards a yearly performance and LAMDA examinations, our trained singing and drama tutors work with each child in small class sizes which means we can focus on the individual child’s development and deliver specialist Performing Arts training.

Our unique framework of lessons means that we can ensure everyone gets a part and that we provide a wonderful, caring environment where your child can make new friends and grow in confidence whilst developing as an individual. We are extremely passionate about helping all our pupils reach their full potential promoting good posture, articulation, projection, clarity and diction.
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E.N.B.S. Juniors

English National Ballet is one of the world’s great ballet companies. Founded by Alicia Markova and Anton Dolin in 1950, the original vision for the Company was to take classical ballet of the highest quality to the widest geographical audience, at a price everyone could afford. This remains the cornerstone of the Company’s philosophy today.

As a flagship company for the nation, English National Ballet presents an extensive touring schedule at home and overseas. The Company employs the best of British and international talent; choreographers, dancers, designers, musicians, rehearsal staff, technicians and administrators, who all work as an ensemble to create productions that tour brilliantly and are accessible and exciting to audiences.

ENBS was founded in 1988 and was originally based at Markova House, the home of the Company. The links between the School and the Company remain strong, and ENBS is a crucial resource in providing the Company with talented young dancers. The Company has a full time complement of over 60 dancers.

English National Ballet is committed to developing the art form by:

  • Keeping the cornerstones of the classical repertoire vibrantly alive
  • Commissioning and acquiring new work
  • Refurbishing existing works
  • Encouraging new choreographers to work with performers.

As a touring Company, English National Ballet is committed to taking large-scale classical ballet around the UK and internationally. The Company is known for its touring and its ability to present works from the classical repertoire in a variety of forms and locations.

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