Thank you for taking the time to visit us here at The Moorlands Primary Federation, we hope that you enjoy finding out more about us.
Since September 2017, The Moorlands Primary Federation has comprised of St. Werburgh's C. E. Primary School, The Valley Primary School, Dilhorne Endowed C. E. Primary School, Great Wood Primary School and Bishop Rawle C. E. Primary School. Within the Trust, we have the privilege of educating over 500 wonderful children across our five lovely schools.
Standards in all schools are high. Academically, we achieve above Local Authority and National averages. Beyond the curriculum, we are committed to developing young people in many ways; indeed all of our children have the chance to shine whilst representing their schools in competitive sport, non-competitive sport, musical performances, dance shows, as school councillors, as young authors and many more opportunities besides.
We are proud that each of our schools offer children different things, which you can see by visiting the schools' own pages on this site. As a Multi-Academy Trust of small rural schools of varying size, we provide opportunities for children across each school to meet and come together to make friends and share learning experiences. Our staff also regularly meet to share expertise and enhance the learning experiences of the children.
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St Werburgh’s CofE Primary is an outstanding school which gives its pupils a very high quality, all-round education and truly lives out its motto: ‘Love to learn, Love God, Love one another’.
“Pupils at this school flourish...Pupils’ behaviour and attitudes are exemplary.”
It is a place where pupils are happy, feel safe and achieve well.
Pupils are happy, enthusiastic and confident learners. Leaders have high expectations of pupils. They have created a highly inclusive school in which all pupils thrive and achieve well.
Bishop Rawle Church of England Primary School is a warm and welcoming place. Pupils love school. They say that they are happy and feel safe.