At Malvern Primary School, we cultivate the power of being KIND. This core value sits at the heart of everything we do; it is lived daily through the intent we establish and the action we take.
We trust that at the heart of our great community, there are good people willing to do the right thing, even when the right thing isn’t easy. We look to these individuals for inspiration and champion integrity, seeking opportunities to nurture this attribute in our pupils.
Children at Malvern are taught to navigate their emotions and recognise how feelings might influence decision making. This emotional intelligence means that, when we belong to Malvern, we do not dwell on setbacks. Instead, we become curious, learning to embrace risk and be daring in our pursuits. When the going gets tough, we roll up our sleeves and get stuck in. To sustain us and provide encouragement, we draw on the collective strength of our community. Celebration of ourselves – and each other – is part of our emotional diet at Malvern and it feeds our appetite for growth.
Indeed, we believe wholeheartedly in our motto:
Our carefully crafted, knowledge-rich curriculum provides memorable and enriching experiences that enable learners to master the National Curriculum Programmes of Study. At Malvern, we dispute notions of fixed ability and believe that all learners can thrive when they have appropriate support from expert practitioners. We celebrate that each one of us is unique. Moreover, we actively champion difference as an opportunity to learn and grow. Provision and pedagogy are refined and adapted to ensure that all pupils experience the exhilaration of success. We understand adaptive teaching to be the key to unlocking potential and ensuring that children at Malvern become the very best version of themselves.
I hope that our website provides a small glimpse and flavour of life at Malvern. I extend a warm welcome to prospective families and invite you to take the opportunity to meet our fantastic pupils. As we say at Malvern, only the loveliest children in the world walk through our doors. Visits during the school day are encouraged and can be arranged via our school office.
Mr Tony James