From the very first day of Induction, our Moreton students embark on an exciting journey to prepare them for their future lives. Our belief is that every child should be treated as an individual and as a school, we aim to deliver a first class education not only within the curriculum but also to enable and equip students to have good life and social skills, to nurture their ambitions and to further enhance the character development of each individual personality.
At Moreton, we recognise the importance of the well-being of each student. As well as having the Pastoral Team as a main point of contact, within form time students receive daily pastoral care as well as taking part in challenging and thought provoking activities such as; ‘Amethyst Aspire Project’, Literacy and Numeracy challenges and most recently the ‘Adopt a University’ challenge. Students also have the opportunity to use their voices and opinions to make a positive change within the school and the community, by being a member of one of the four sub-committees on the student council; Teaching and learning, Careers and the future, Fundraising in the community and Rewards, praise and competitions.
This year, Moreton have launched Forest Schools as a key part of the curriculum in Key stage 3. All Students in years 7 and 8 participate in weekly lessons delivered in the great outdoors. The core focus is on the development of personal, social and emotional life skills.
As well as this, we offer an extensive catalogue of extra-curricular clubs suitable for every child to thrive in. From Library club to Science club, Gospel choir to Football, Rockband to Mathletes to name but a few – there is something that every student can enjoy.
We welcome you to our school to see for yourself why our students achieve so much.
Our open day is on 30th September from 10am until 1pm.
Mrs Austine Gavin
Assistant Head Teacher