At Mere School the staff, children, parents and governors welcome all families to share the very high quality of education we provide.
We work as a team to create the physical, social and intellectual conditions necessary to promote an effective and improving school, where everyone feels they belong and are valued, secure and respected.
It is from this foundation that we encourage excellence, share success and enable all children to realise their full potential in preparation for a successful future life.
The school has a long history in the town and we actively seek to promote community involvement wherever possible.
Essentially, we believe children are our future and our purpose.
WE ENJOY, WE LEARN, WE ACHIEVE
Mere School Aims
To ensure children enjoy school.
To create a caring and happy environment in which all pupils will have the desire, commitment and confidence to learn in preparation for a rapidly changing society.
To affirm and respect every individual and their property irrespective of gender, religious beliefs and social, ethnic or economic background or ability.
To develop the confidence and ability to think imaginatively and to use questioning and problem solving skills.
To offer a rich and stimulating environment, access to high quality, modern resources and provide a high quality of education through a broad and balanced curriculum and a range of extra-curricular activities.
To enrich the curriculum by ensuring that all pupils visit a museum, a live theatre/pantomime performance and experience a residential school visit.
To create a culture of high expectations to enable each pupil to achieve his/her absolute best at an appropriate high standard.
To encourage a community based on the values of courtesy, morality, consideration, respect, generosity, forgiveness and fairness.
To give the children the confidence to make their own decisions, provide opportunities for them to take responsibility and to encourage independent learning.
To teach all pupils to swim at least 25 metres.
To encourage parents and carers to support pupils with their learning by providing them with information relating to broad learning objectives and activities to be taught in advance.