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East Morton C E Primary School
Street Lane, Keighley,BD20 5SE
01274 569447


Mission Statement



East Morton CE Primary School exists to recognise and respond to all the individual needs of our children.


By providing a safe and happy learning environment, we encourage each child to become the best person they can be.





Our school aims are:


To enable each child to achieve their social, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, creative and physical potential.


To nurture a stimulating, supportive and happy community in which everyone feels valued and secure.


To provide equal access to a broad, balanced and relevant education, promoting the highest possible standards of teaching and learning.


To recognise the role of all staff by supporting and encouraging their career development, so benefiting all of the school community.


To promote the school as a focal point in the village by involving parents, carers, Governors, residents, the Church and the wider community.


To develop a sense of belonging and pride in the school, as a community.




Welcome to East Morton Church of England Primary School. 


Our school caters for children from the ages of 4 years to 11 years.

It is situated in the village of East Morton between the towns of Keighley and Bingley.


We feel that it is extremely important that you and your child feel part of our school community.  We recognise that you have been your child's prime educator for several years and we would like to work with you to make your child's time at East Morton happy and successful.


Your child will experience a broad and exciting curriculum delivered by well qualified and committed staff.  We work hard to ensure that all children at East Morton feel good about themselves and want to be successful.  We help them to build positive relationships with other children and with adults and to be sensitive and caring about the feelings of those around them. Our recent Ofsted inspection recognised both our curriculum and care for the children as major strengths of the school.


Louise Dale

Parental Involvement

Parental involvement in a child’s education is vital. We want all parents to feel
welcome in school and to know what is going on. We try to keep parents up to date
with the developments, activities and achievements of the school through regular
newsletters and updates.Our Parental Involvement Officer also works hard to
promote parental involvement organising workshops and other activities for parents
and their children.

The staff are always available to you in school, but we would ask you to make an
appointment to see a class teacher, rather than occupy teaching time. The best time
to talk to a teacher is usually at the end of the school day. However, if you need to
quickly pass on a relevant piece of information at the beginning of the day, please feel
free to do so. We often send letters home to communicate relevant information to
you. Please check your children’s bags on a daily basis when you hear your child

All the staff are extremely grateful to the parents who regularly support us in school
on a weekly or fortnightly basis to help in the classrooms. If you could add your
name to this list, we would be very pleased to hear from you. Family Assemblies are
held throughout the term by each class at 9am usually on Fridays. You are welcome
to join with us on these occasions-dates of these assemblies will be given in a termly


There may be times in your child's school life when we do need to contact you
immediately. If parents know that they will be unavailable at certain times, then it is
vital that a namedperson (e.g. relative, friend or neighbour) is available. Please
supply the school with emergency telephone numbers (or addresses if no telephone)
for home, work and an additional named person if at all possible. In any case, please
try to supply us with three contacts of some kind.

If the contact numbers change for any reason, please let us know at
school immediately, so that we can alter the information.
Our inability to
contact you can increase your child's distress and severely drain our staffing

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