A very warm welcome to Morna Primary, to those of you who are already part of our amazing school and also to everyone visiting us for the first time!
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
Regular weekly news updates can now be found at our school Instagram page here: https://www.instagram.com/mornainternationalcollege/READ MORE
September 2020. After six months without any children on our school site, we finally returned. We dedicated the summer to ensuring we could comply with all the health regulations; separate…READ MORE
Our 2020 graduating class completed their schooling and final assessments in the most unusual circumstances with lockdown, and it wasn’t possible to organise a graduation ceremony for them on the…READ MORE
The three month lockdown last June didn’t stop our Duke of Edinburgh award group from completing their activities records and carrying out their adventurous journey. The crossed the island in…READ MORE
Since school closure began on the 16th March, our school community has been held together by the Internet and, thanks to tools such as Microsoft Teams, Seesaw and Zoom and…READ MORE
Students from Years 11 and 12 represented Morna in the regional sessions of the European Youth Parliament in Mallorca at the beginning of March. This involved an intense weekend of…READ MORE
On the 16th February, many volunteers from among our pupils and parents gathered at the Ses Salines beach and dedicated the morning to removing all plastic waste from the area.…READ MORE
Our main Christmas musical theatre production enjoyed two highly successful nights this week at the Palacio de Congresos in Santa Eulalia. The audience were treated to an original story about…READ MORE
The Autumn Fair. Our Autumn Fair took place at the end of the first half term. Pupils and visitors were treated to a huge variety of attractions, some of them…READ MORE
In October, a group of students from Years 10 and 11 spent part of their week in London. Their stay included visits to three productions in famous London theatres (The…READ MORE