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'Live life to the full and create a better future for all.'

Our Vision Statement

At Mareham, we aim to create a friendly, inclusive environment believing that God is the thread that pulls us together as one community moving forward into the wider world.

We aim to give everyone rich and varied opportunities to develop a sense of confidence, self-respect, a sense of wonder and a delight to seek within. We provide a safe, secure, stimulating and welcoming environment, where everyone is valued and supported. We believe this will enable all to reach their full potential and develop resilience to meet life’s challenges so that we can live happy and fulfilling lives.  We value the uniqueness of everyone and work hard to nurture everybody’s individual character and talents.

Our purpose is to help equip everyone to 'live life to the full' (John 10:10) and create a better future for all!

Our values

  • Friendship– We care, share and encourage each other in all we do
  • Forgiveness-We always forgive and forget
  • Respect-We treat others how we want to be treated
  • Responsibility-We take responsibility for our footprints on the world
  • Perseverance-We never give up on our goals.

 Christian values underpin every aspect of school life.

Intent statement 

At Mareham our curriculum ensures that knowledge and key skills in all subjects are taught in a systematic, well-planned and progressive manner.

At Mareham our curriculum is driven by:

  • creating a sense of awe and wonder – curiosity, excitement, getting children to think and enquire more
  • our place in our world - respect for living things, local, national and global knowledge and beyond, cultures, traditions, diversity
  • vocabulary – refines and enriches communication, better understanding and language

We aim to develop our children – physically, socially, mentally, culturally and spiritually to embrace lifelong learning with a sense of awe and wonder in order to make a positive contribution to the local and wider community. Our Christian values shape how we behave, what we say, how we build relationships and how we learn. Our curriculum is designed to help each child to develop a love and independence for learning whilst achieving academically across its breadth, meeting national expectations by the end of their primary education.

We are friendly, inclusive to all and build resilience; encourage a positive mindset amongst our children as it is often through mistakes that we learn the most. Everyone thrives through feeling safe, confident and valued and the well-being of each and every individual is a priority.