Tours of our school
Thank you to all of the families who came to visit our school for the open days. It was lovely to share our ethos, values and practise with you all.
The deadline for BANES Admissions for Reception 2019 is 15th January 2019. Applications must be sent to BANES before midnight on 15th January 2019. Click the link below for more information:
We do have spaces in our current Reception class. If you are interested please contact Emma on 01225 696444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to show you around our amazing new school and for you to meet the children and staff.
Welcome to Mulberry Park Educate Together Primary Academy. We will open in September 2018, offering 30 Reception spaces. Each year we will grow by one class until the school reaches capacity.
I am proud to be part of Educate Together Academy Trust and have loved every minute of the past 4 years working for them. Having been the Early Years lead and Deputy Head at Redfield Educate Together Academy, I am delighted to be leading Mulberry Park on this exciting journey. I am looking forward to developing an outstanding model of education for the 21st century.
We are an equality-based school where we live by the mottos ‘no child an outsider’ and ‘learn together to live together’. Our school celebrates diversity, individuality and respects each child's identity, respecting that of their family equally. This enables us to develop the whole child encouraging all children to excel. Our unique curriculum and core principles enable us to create a nurturing environment which develops the skills our children need to be global citizens for the increasingly diverse society that we live in.
Our core principles are:
· Equality based - all children have equal rights of access to the school and children of all social, cultural and religious backgrounds are equally respected
· Co-Educational – all children are encouraged to explore their full range of abilities and opportunities
· Child – centred – we always put the children at the heart of every decision and activity. If it is not in the interest of the children’s learning or welfare then why do it?
· Democratically run – we encourage active participation of parents, children and the community in the daily life of the school whilst positively affirming the professional role of the teachers
We actively question whether what we do is for the children's learning and welfare. If it isn't then we question why we are doing it. We believe that a commitment to high academic standards is possible alongside a creative and ethical curriculum. The ‘Learn Together Curriculum’ is taught daily and integrated with the National Curriculum.
We look forward to being able to welcome visitors to our new school so that we can share our exciting learning environment and ethos whilst sharing the aims of Mulberry Park Educate Together.