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Visions and Values

Marsh Infant and Nursery School prides itself on the nurturing and inspiring ethos which promotes mutual respect and celebration of the diverse and vibrant  community we serve.   We are delighted to be one of the first schools in the UK to achieve the prestigious 'Whole School Nurture Award'.  We nurture to educate at Marsh.

 

Children's learning and well-being is placed at the heart of everything we do at the Marsh.  We promote aspiration for our children and work with families to encourage them to strive to be the best that they can be within a supportive and secure framework.  Through exciting, relevant experiences, we aim to help our children develop lively, enquiring minds with a lifelong passion for learning.

 

Our whole school culture is underpinned by the principles of growth mindset where mistakes are viewed as valuable opportunities to learn and grow.  The dedicated and highly skilled staff ensure that the curriculum is rich and inspirational, where learning takes place both in the school grounds and using the local environment.

 

We welcome visitors to our school. Come and see for yourself how we grow independent, confident learners and help to build foundations for the future!

 

Mrs Lesley Godwin

Head teacher

Learning about what makes us different and also the same!

Learning about what makes us different and also the same! 1
Learning about what makes us different and also the same! 2

Growing lifelong learners!

Growing lifelong learners! 1

School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016

School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 1 Entertaining the residents with an impromptu song.
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 2 Justin showed us the fire fighting equipment.
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 3 Owen is ready with his hose!
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 4 Tihera looks great in the cab.
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 5 Kayden is ready with his heat resistant helmet.
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 6 The party was to celebrate the Queen's birthday.
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 7 The fireman's name was Mr Fire!
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 8 Owen chatted to the Major and the police officers.
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 9 Reg enjoyed meeting the children.
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 10 We danced with the residents.
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 11 Emma helped this gentleman to sway.
School Council's visit to Ryemead Care Home 17th June, 2016 12 Ishan learnt some new dance moves.

Buckets of Happiness

Buckets of Happiness 1 We write how we have helped someone feel happy.
Buckets of Happiness 2 We put the notes into our bucket of happiness.

We are building the best foundations for every child's future!

Our visions and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.

Philosophy for Children develops enquiring minds; eager to explore concepts and deepen understanding.

Philosophy for Children develops enquiring minds; eager to explore concepts and deepen understanding. 1
Philosophy for Children develops enquiring minds; eager to explore concepts and deepen understanding. 2

Developing a sense of responsibility for the wider community.

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