Morice Town Primary Academy
At Morice Town we aim to create confident, life long learners who are respectful of their community and who ROARR.
ROARR stands for Morice Town's learning dispositions:
Children who display positive learning dispositions are most likely to do well at school. The school is currently involved in improving pupils' attitudes towards their learning through 'Visible Learning.' One of the essential parts of a teacher's role is to make clear to pupils 'how they are doing' and 'where they are going' in their learning. We will be talking a lot more about learning rather than the tasks they are completing. When they are clear about their own abilities, pupils can accelerate their progress.
We will be continuing our 'Visible learning' journey with our pupils so please support us by asking them about their learning and our ROARR dispositions.
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- Ofsted rating: Good See the report for the school
- Plymouth Inclusion Charter
All member schools in the Reach South have a similar approach to meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs and are supported by the Local Authority to ensure that all pupils, regardless of their specific needs, make the best possible progress in school. All schools are supported to be inclusive and meet the needs of pupils with Special Educational needs.
Morice Town Primary School is a vibrant inner -city school which values individuality. We are committed to giving all of our children every opportunity to succeed and reach the highest level of personal achievement whatever their ability or specific needs by providing equal opportunities for all within our school.
The school works hard and successfully with pupils, parents/carers to enable pupils achieve the best possible educational and other outcomes, and become confident to communicate their own views and make successful transitions .
With the 0-25 SEND Code of Practice 2014 firmly in place, we endeavour to work with Education, Health and Social Care to provide a coordinated approach for all children with SEN.
- School nurseries
- Primary school - 5 to 11 years
- Nursery school - 3 to 4 years
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