Montpelier Primary School
We are proud of our inclusive school: of the energy, the passion, of our special love of music, and of the magic and sparkle for learning that Montpelier embodies. We are Montpelier.
North Down Road
Happiness thrives at Montpelier as we endeavour to collaborate and learn together, challenging ourselves and persevering to become the best that we can be.
We think big - we dream - and we go for it.
The warmth and safety we feel in being surrounded by our friendly and supportive school family enables us to do this, it enables us to shine.
We are a team that nurtures, values and respects every individual; their academic achievement, their creativity, their sense of belonging.
We all love a challenge, we love taking risks, and we don't fear failure because we realise it's how we grow. Enthusiasm and a love of learning is key as we develop as healthy, active, self-confident and respectful members of our global community.
Our school is an inviting and welcoming place, where young people are inspired to achieve, where we care for each other and share with each other and where a profound sense of belonging and friendship serves to bind us together in our common purpose. And whilst we truly strive for academic achievement and excellence, we also appreciate that our holistic development is crucial as we build all our life skills. These include our creativity, our physical development, our feeling of self-worth, and our ability to communicate thoughtfully and effectively to form positive relationships with others.
- Ofsted rating: Good See the report for the school
Montpelier is a school which values the principle of 'family'. We see our family as including the child, parents, carers and school staff. There is no difference in our approach to working with children who have special educational needs. We are an inclusive school that works closely with children and their families to support the development of a child's strengths and areas of need.
All children at Montpelier receive quality first teaching which includes effective assessment of needs and implementation of provision that supports a range of needs. As well as daily alterations to teaching approaches that support those children with SEND a range of targeted support can be offered to enable a child to progress within areas of their social and academic development.
- Primary school - 5 to 11 years
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