Marlborough Church of England School

About - Malborough with Huish Church of England Primary School

We are a Voluntary Controlled Church of England Primary School close to the beautiful South Hams coastline in the village of Malborough in South Devon. Our school is at the heart of the village of Malborough and is part of a close supportive community that values its school and works closely in partnership to support its development.

At Malborough with South Huish C of E Primary School we aim to provide a safe, happy, caring and stimulating environment where all children and adults feel they make a contribution and are valued as individuals. We strive for every child to recognise and achieve their full potential, so that they can make their best contribution to society and be "the best they can be", learning to develop learning skills for life.

Girls Playing

Within our small village school, we aim to provide a safe and structured environment where children's enthusiasm to learn is encouraged and where the unique personality of each child is valued. We aim to develop and extend children's literacy and numeracy skills alongside their creative talents and their social and spiritual understanding of the world. We aim to equip children with the knowledge and confidence necessary to play a full part in society. We promote equal opportunities for all members of our school family. We actively work together to promote awareness for the need to follow a healthy lifestyle and to take part in physical exercise.

We are pleased and proud to announce that we have been awarded the Gold RE Quality Mark. This award reflects the quality of RE teaching and learning in our school. There are 3 levels of award - Bronze, Silver and the top award of Gold. Father Richard Mauldsey visited the school, monitored the quality of the RE being taught and talked to the children. He was very impressed by the way the children talked about their learning and how confident they were.


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