Welcome to Marown Primary School's website.
Marown School Vision
At Marown School we value all members of our community and strive
to work together to provide a safe and inviting environment,
where everyone is able to do their best.
Through the use of a bespoke curriculum, we ensure a breadth of
study that demonstrates a balance between skills and knowledge.
Our approach is well-rounded and incorporates academic, creative,
cultural and physical activities. We make use of technology to
enrich our curriculum and also recognise the value of learning
experiences beyond the classroom.
Teachers are encouraged to generate learning opportunities that
are innovative, inspiring and creative. We celebrate the
achievements and successes of pupils and uphold consistent high
expectations in relation to behaviour, inclusion, safety and
challenge within learning. We place high value on skills and
progression within the core subject areas. We create an
environment that all stakeholders take pride in, and show respect
for possessions and equipment, as well as each other. We use the
learning language, generated within the school, which is
appropriate for the age and level of development for each child.
Relationships within the school community are based on mutual
respect and we communicate with each other in adherence to this.
We recognise the value in solid partnerships with parents and
carers, and we work hard to foster positive relationships.
We understand the importance of consistent, clear and regular
communication, working collaboratively with parents and carers to
support and encourage all pupils.
Through the supportive and nurturing culture that runs throughout
the school, we prioritise the well being of all pupils and staff.
Our inclusive approach means that all members of the school
community feel valued and respected.
Our local culture and Manx heritage is embraced and celebrated
within learning opportunities across the school. We uphold Manx
traditions, work hard to develop local community links and take
pride in our community. Teachers are encouraged to include
learning opportunities linked with local heritage, making use of
visits to heritage sites where appropriate.
At Marown School we understand the importance of the education
and development of the whole child for life-long learning. We
tailor our practice and approach, where appropriate, to align
with the individual needs and abilities of each child.