Introducing Mrs Georgina Mawdsley - Headteacher
After so much planning it was wonderful to welcome pupils back to school in September 2020, we continue to work hard to ensure children feel safe back at school and are able to adapt to the changes introduced in order to keep us all safe from Covid-19.
The risk assessment can be found on our school website and will be adapted when needed to reflect the changes we are able to and have to make over the course of this academic year.
A remote learning policy has been written and can be found here on the school website so that in the event of children having to self-isolate you can be sure of our support and the continuation of learning.
Our aim during this academic year is to ensure all of our pupils are at the expected levels of attainment and making good progress, academically, socially and emotionally.
I hope you will enjoy browsing our site which I truly believe reflects the ethos of our school. We have high expectations of and for our pupils where we strive to provide an inclusive exciting and creative curriculum. We have an experienced and dedicated staff who are committed in their role of teaching and supporting our children. We take great pride in our "open door policy" and the pastoral care we afford our pupils and their families whenever a need arises.
Although currently many of our residential visits which take place in Years 4, 5 and 6 have had to be postponed we are looking forward to them taking place when it is safe to do so.
Whilst we are unable to hold a formal open day and evening this year we are still able to show visitors around our school (socially distanced) and are happy to make appointments later in the autumn term.
Middlemarch School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
MIDDLEMARCH SCHOOL AIMS
We believe that:
MIDDLEMARCH SCHOOL CHARTER
All children at Middlemarch School will have the opportunity to:
•Play a musical instrument,
•Go on a residential visit,
•Learn about local history,
•Foster a love of reading,
•Visit a theatre, library and museum,
•Take part in competitive sports,
•Learn about my own and other cultures,
•Raise money to help others,
•Be part of a whole school Production.
•I will work to the best of my abilities and expect the best of others,
•I will respect myself, the school and others,
•I will play my part in making the school a happy place to be,
•I will try hard to make our school a place we are proud of.