Morley Meadow Primary School
Morley Meadow Primary School is determined to provide every child with the opportunity to develop in an inclusive culture of learning where they can reach their potential.
We are a member of the Westcountry Schools Trust which consists of 16 primary and 8 secondary schools. Being a member of the Trust enables us to collaborate between the different schools and supports us in our own school development and sharing of best practice.
Our aim is to provide the highest quality teaching and learning through an inspiring and rich curriculum. This will enable every child to believe in themselves, to ask, aspire and achieve to become lifelong learners. The committed teaching team strive to achieve the highest levels in English and maths but also provide a broad and balanced curriculum. Our goal is to provide all children with the very best learning experiences, which responds to their interests, make lasting memories and make an excellent use of the outdoor environments within our site and wider local area.
At Morley Meadow Primary, we pride ourselves in building strong relationships with our children and their families and strongly believe that education is a partnership between home and school. We look forward to working alongside all families to make sure every child's time at our school is a happy and rewarding one.
Let us know if the information on this page is wrong and needs to be updated. Want to create a page on the Plymouth Online Directory? Register for free and add a page - it only takes a few minutes.
Is the information correct?
Let us know if the information on this page is wrong and needs to be updated.
Want to create a page on the Plymouth Online Directory? Register for free and add a page - it only takes a few minutes.
- Ofsted rating: Good See the report for the school
All children at Morley Meadow Primary School are provided with high quality teaching, this includes children with SEND.
The class teacher will keep an up-to-date class provision map which notes the child's provision to ensure needs are met.
Children who are performing significantly below their age related expectations may be given a Learning Plan. Here, targets are set to ensure the child meets their small steps of progress. These plans are reviewed and updated regularly and shared with both parents and children.
- Primary school - 5 to 11 years
Back to search