We are very proud of the history of our Edwardian school building which first opened as a school in 1908, and our has been an important part of the community ever since.
Most children live in the local community and many join us from the nursery on site. They leave seven years later for secondary school at the end of Year Six, aged eleven years. It is our aim to nurture the children who attend our school so that they reach their potential and realise the important role they must play as citizens in their community and as citizens of modern Britain.
We play a positive part in the life of the local community by participating in community events, by building a relationship with older residents, and by volunteering. Older children take part in the school volunteering scheme, ‘Morehall Junior Citizens’, and give their time and energy for the benefit of the school and community.
All year groups are expected to raise funds for their chosen charity and to undertake meaningful activities linking home and school in order to understand the importance of raising funds for the benefit of others. This year we have raised money for the Royal British Legion by knitting poppies and by selling cakes for Children in Need