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Morchard Bishop C E VA Primary School
Church Street, Morchard Bishop, EX17 6PJ, UK Crediton
+44 (0)1363 877328


Morchard Bishop Primary School is a Voluntary Aided School which owes its foundation to Mrs Thomasine Tucker who established a charity fund in 1733, the purpose of which was to provide Christian education and clothing for 8 girls and 8 boys within the parish.


The National Curriculum is followed by all children and, with the Devon Curriculum Statement, forms the basis of all planning and learning. The curriculum is broad and balanced and is covered through a blend of thematic work and separate subject teaching. Children are offered learning experiences in a stimulating, secure and caring environment where pupils and teachers, often accompanied by parents, work happily together. The children will normally be working in class groups with one or two adults. Some specialist teaching may be provided for specific areas of the curriculum, such as music or health education.

Children in classes 1 and 2 will be working at Key Stage 1 of the National Curriculum, and those in Classes 3, 4 and 5 will be working at Key Stage 2. The National Curriculum has five Core subjects – English, Mathematics, Science, ICT and RE.


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