Plympton St. Maurice Primary School, together with Boringdon Primary School, Chaddlewood Primary School, Glen Park Primary School and Woodford Primary School, is part of the Plym Academy Trust. Please click on the icon below to take you to the Plym Academy Trust web page.
The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.
Robert M. Hutchins
Welcome to our website
Welcome to Plympton St Maurice Primary School. This is a small, friendly school catering for 4 to 11 year olds.
We have excellent Baby Care, Child Care and Pre-school facilities on the school site.
At Plympton St Maurice we believe that each child is an individual and is treated with care and respect.
We are a hardworking staff who are committed to providing good education in a safe and caring environment.
Working and learning together for the future is the ethos of the school. Parents, teachers and the whole school community working in partnership to ensure children achieve their very best.
It is our vision that at
Plympton St Maurice Primary School pupils will be
‘successful, confident, responsible citizens’
*Successful learners , who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve;
*Confident individuals, who are able to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives;
*Responsible citizens, who make positive contributions to society.
(this vision was established in September 2013, by All school staff, Governors and Parent Council)
Our School Aims
We aim for excellence in developing the whole child.
We aim to foster the spiritual, moral, social and cultural growth of each individual.
We aim to provide a curriculum that is relevant and engaging, enabling learners to achieve the highest standards.
We aim to provide a curriculum for all pupils in preparation for future life, in recognition of a rapidly changing world.
We aim to achieve the highest standard of teaching and learning.
We aim to work together with parents in order that they can share in and support the education of their child.
We aim to maintain a positive community spirit and develop an awareness of the wider community in which we live.
Child Protection – Duty of Care
Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are advised to inform all parents and carers of our duty to report concerns that a child may have been neglected or abused to the relevant authorities. We may do so, in some circumstances, without your consent and/or without informing you.
The school's Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs S J Tustain. In the absence of Mrs Tustain the Deputy Safeguarding Leads are Mrs S Clark and Mrs S Baxter. Mr T Rose is our Governor responsible for Safeguarding.
Latest School Events
- Parent Coffee morning20Oct2017
9:00 am - 10:00 am @ staffroom
- Last day of Term 120Oct2017
- Year 6 class assembly20Oct2017
2:45 pm - 3:00 pm @ School Hall
- HALF TERM WEEK23Oct2017
- Start of Term 230Oct2017