Book your socially distanced tour at Morville CoE Primary School!
If you’re thinking about your child joining us next September and would like a look around our school, why not book a tour with one of our team?
This is your chance to explore our facilities, get a feel for the school and ask any questions that you may have.
To book a tour please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 01746 714219
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WRAP ROUND CARE FROM 7.45AM-5PM
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We have a clear understanding of how children learn and we continually strive to provide the best possible conditions to facilitate this.
We strive for excellence, empowering children to be happy and responsive. Children are challenged within the delivery of an enriched, creative and linked curriculum, which is strengthened by the provision of a variety of after school clubs and outside learning opportunities. We are an inclusive school that develops independence, responsibility, kindness and good manners through a detailed and extensive personal, social and health education programme, with a strong connection with our local church and community.
THE VISION AND VALUES OF THE SCHOOL
At Morville School we follow some core values which are embedded into our everyday life at school.
Our school values represent both Christian and British values.
We strongly maintain our close links with the Church and the Diocese through our ethos and aims which underlie everything that we do and are shared with staff and pupils during our daily worship in school.Our mission statement is;’Our Christian school offers a unique rural setting that provides exceptional opportunities to promote individual learning. We nurture the development of our children’s academic, physical, spiritual & emotional needs within a family and community environment.
‘ The school’s ethos is one where a positive attitude of care and understanding is promoted, where Christian values of respect and trust are pivotal to the life of the school and where adults and children respect faith and culture of other people. Children are always encouraged, motivated and supported to achieve the best they can in all aspects of the curriculum.
‘Love your neighbour as you love yourself.’ Leviticus 19:18
Care for one another.
‘Love each other, just as I have loved you.’ John 15:13
It is through our beliefs and values that we ensure enjoyment, happiness and academic excellence so that our pupils are equipped to live life in all its fullness in accordance with the Church of England Vision for Education.