A very warm welcome to Morna, to those of you who are already part of our amazing school and also to everyone visiting us for the first time!
Morna is known for its supportive and familiar feel and it is something you sense as soon as you enter the school gates. The biggest strength of our school is the strong and trusting relationships that are fostered here. It is what makes coming to school such an enjoyable experience for students and staff alike. Our school is growing every year but our friendly, welcoming atmosphere remains.
There are the highest of expectations in terms of behaviour, academic progress and enjoyment from all of us – teachers, students and parents. Everyone is encouraged to make the most of their own potential and talents. Whether in the classroom or in a talent show, sports event, poetry competition or the school production, everyone is given their moment to shine.
In the Primary School, our curriculum is very important to us. It is full of positive experiences that our students will remember. We ensure our children develop all the skills they need to be confident, independent and successful learners.
We deliver the UK National Curriculum through creative topics. For example, in the Chocolate topic, students learn about nutrition in Science, develop writing skills in English whilst studying Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and research trade and the climates of chocolate-producing countries in Geography. Stimulating, exciting and well-resourced lessons mean children become fully absorbed in our cross-curricular approach to learning.
Our aim is to spark a desire for life-long learning in our children. By including multiple curricula subjects in each topic, school is made relevant and meaningful for our children. We use a variety of approaches to explore and deliver our topics to stimulate our children to become inquisitive and passionate learners. You can find out more about the topics we are teaching this term using the links below.
If you would like any more information about our school or would like to arrange a visit please contact us.
Head of Primary
The Autumn fair is now a well-established tradition in our school calendar and this year’s edition took place on Friday 20th October. A huge range of activities were on offer.…READ MORE
Our Year 7 pupils extended their experiences in science and geography this October by moving much closer to the artic circle. They spent three days in Iceland, following a very…READ MORE
We would like to congratulate our graduating class on their success in the ‘A’ level examinations. Two members of the group each managed to pass a total of five full…READ MORE
On the very last day of term we brought two of our traditional events together to create a very special morning. The annual arts show consisted of a large exhibition,…READ MORE
Year 6 spent three days in Madrid in June. This visit forms part of their “Viva España” topic work and includes a number of cultural visits in Spain’s capital, ranging…READ MORE
The “Race Against Hunger” brought all of our pupils together on Friday 19th May in a huge gesture of solidarity. This sponsored run consisted of a 500 metre circuit around…READ MORE
Science day, on the 8th of May, saw the whole school converted into an interactive science fair. Pupils from the secondary and primary schools were able to participate in a…READ MORE
Both the primary and secondary schools staged their inter-house sports days during the first week of May. A huge range of events challenged the participants throughout each day and many…READ MORE
At the end of April the Year 5 teachers and children visited Granada. This is the second year that the trip has been organised and the children were very excited…READ MORE
The second term came to a spectacular finish with the environmental day celebration. The common theme of plastic pollution was adopted by both the primary and secondary sections and for…READ MORE