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Montgomery Primary School
Manor Road, St Thomas, EX4 1EN, UK Exeter
+44 (0)1392 273751


Montgomery has been a primary school since September 2005 and the past two years have been a wonderful opportunity for us to make creative use of the increased space and facilities. Our nursery has just been extended and refurbished and is now open five days a week. This will enable us to offer a full service to the community. Our breakfast club and after-school club already provide wrap-around care from 8.00am until 6.00pm.


Our nursery is a very important part of our school. It is designed as a safe and friendly place where children can learn new skills, make new friends and begin the process of transition from nursery to school. The staff are all committed to helping children to make sense of the world around them in an enjoyable and comfortable environment. I am sure that you and your children will enjoy your time in our nursery. We are currently consulting on opening a lunch club which would operate between morning and afternoon sessions.


Our after school care club is for children who attend Montgomery and runs from the end of school, 3.15pm, until 6.00pm. The club has a ratio of 8 pupils to one adult and is OFSTED accredited. We make the sessions varied and interesting and are continually acquiring new resources.


The National Curriculum provides the framework for work in the major subjects. The Children being admitted this year as four year olds, will be leaving school well into the 21st Century. The demands of an ever changing, highly technological society will have to be met in their daily lives. At Montgomery we intend to lay firm foundations and develop positive attitudes to prepare them to meet this challenge with confidence, flexibility and enthusiasm.

We place a great emphasis on children’s literacy and numeracy as being the basis for most of the later work they will do. We recognise that children start school with a great variety of experiences and abilities, and we take some time to find out what they can do, and then take them on from that point.

Most other subjects such as science, history and geography are taught in units of work that focus on that subject, rather than topics that cover lots of subjects. We recognise, however, that children need to see knowledge about the world as interlinking, and we try to exploit links between subjects whenever possible. We try hard to use some subjects [such as maths, IT and English] to help understand other subjects [such as science and geography].

Teaching takes place in single age groups throughout the school, with children being put into ability sets for maths and English from the second term of year 4 onwards. There is specialist teaching in French from year 3.

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