MARY EXTON PRIMARY SCHOOL
INSPIRATIONAL - CREATIVE - CARING
Welcome to Mary Exton.
We believe every member of the community has a valuable contribution to make to the life of the school and we encourage everyone to take advantage of the learning opportunities offered. We strive to develop a culture of mutual respect between all children and adults.
It is very difficult to encapsulate the energy and enthusiasm of a working school in a website, so please contact the School and arrange a visit if you would like to know more about the way in which we learn at Mary Exton.
We give every child at Mary Exton Primary School the opportunity to achieve their full potential in every aspect of learning. We provide a positive, caring and creative environment, which inspires each child to take on challenges and to be the best that they can be. We develop aspirational, independent and enthusiastic learners through meaningful learning experiences. We prepare our children for life by developing a strong understanding of community and the different cultures and faiths that belong to it. We seek to ensure our children are kind, respectful, polite and honest.
At Mary Exton Primary School we hold four core values that underpin all that we do. We expect all parents, Pupils, Governors and Staff to adhere to these.
Kindness is the understanding of one another's feelings and recognising when someone needs our help. Ensuring that we don't do anything that intentionally hurts another emotionally or physically.
Politeness is the appreciation of each other and asking rather than demanding. We always acknowledge the work that is done and recognise when someone has made an effort. We always expect a please and a thank you.
Respect is the acceptance, understanding and tolerance of each other as individuals. Recognising that we all hold different religious beliefs and have different cultural backgrounds and that no person/ persons view is better than another's because of this. We do not belittle, criticise or demean others because of their individuality and embrace our individuality and show interest in one another.
Honesty is the ability to speak the truth without fear and accept that there may be understood consequences if we have acted without thought. All children are listened to and any incidents are discussed, so as to ensure that the behaviour is not repeated.
Should you require paper copies of any of the documents which are found on the website, please contact the school office and we can arrange for these to be sent to you. We are always interested to hear your views and encourage you to use parent view to do this. You can access it by clicking on the link below.
Latest School Events Events
- HALF TERM16Feb2019
- Year 1 Visit to North Herts Museum04Mar2019
12:00 am - 1:00 am
- Book Week04Mar2019
- World Book Day - Dress-up07Mar2019
- Assessment Week11Mar2019
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