With several churches located within the area, Moreton is home to many church schools across all denominations. The Christ Church Moreton C.E Primary School
is located near the Parish of Christ Church and works closely with the Reverend and his ministry team, who visit the school each week to speak to the children during service. In its most recent Ofsted report, the school achieved a rating of ‘Good’, with the inspector noting that many parents, who responded to their questionnaire, said that ‘the school really cares for the children’.
For those who follow the Catholic faith, the Sacred Heart Primary School
is a popular choice amongst parents wanting to educate their children in a church school. When Ofsted visited the school in 2015, the school received a rating of ‘good’ from the inspectors who noted that both leadership and the behaviour and safety of pupils were ‘outstanding’. Religious Education is featured heavily in the curriculum and the school often visits the local parish to take part in Mass.
With a school motto of ‘Bringing Learning to Life’, Eastway Primary School
has an exciting and engaging curriculum which will educate and prepare children for the future. In 2014, Ofsted gave the school an overall rating of ‘Good’ and noted that the majority of parents believed that the school provided a good education for their children. Along with the standard curriculum, the school offers a variety of extra-curricular activities including Mindfulness & Relaxation, Knitting, French and Club Energy!
The Orrets Meadow School
is a special school for children who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP), Special Learning Difficulty (SpLD) or have communicative difficulties including Autism. In the school’s most recent Ofsted report, it achieved an ‘Outstanding’ rating in all areas. With educating children with special needs, the school adopts alternative teaching methods including multi-sensory techniques, smaller classes and specially-trained teachers.
For older children, Moreton is home to Clare Mount Specialist Sports College
, which provides secondary education for both boys and girls, dealing with a range of learning needs including Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Moderate Learning Difficulties. The curriculum offers varied learning for children throughout the key stages and in Key Stage 5, includes subjects within the areas of ‘Aspiring Me’, ‘Responsible Me’ and ‘Independent Me’, which include teachings on childcare, home and life skills as well as work experience. With a varied and fulfilling curriculum, there is no wonder why the school achieved an ‘Outstanding’ rating from Ofsted in its most recent report.