Welcome to Mary Tavy and Brentor Primary School
I would like to warmly welcome you to Mary Tavy and Brentor Primary. We are a small, village Primary School for children aged 4 to 11 situated in Dartmoor National Park, West Devon, with an aspirational vision to achieving the highest possible outcomes and providing our children with an exciting and engaging curriculum.
'A great curriculum responds to the needs of individuals and enables them to flourish academically, spiritually, morally socially and culturally.'
We are currently updating our website, to ensure everyone is inspired by our offer for the children of Mary Tavy and Brentor.
At Mary Tavy and Brentor every child is recognised as a unique individual and is provided with opportunities and experiences to enable them to have the confidence and skills to make decisions, make connections and become aspirational lifelong learners. We have made conscious decisions to stretch our children and offer a range of unique experiences including the teaching of Japanese as our modern foreign language offer. We seek to build resilience, confidence and independence, providing challenges and a range of experiences to complement our structured curriculum. As a small school we are fortunate to have access to a wonderful outdoor space which extends opportunities for children to learn through ‘first-hand ‘experience in our special village.
Please feel very welcome to telephone the school to arrange a visit to look around. As a maintained Devon County Council (DCC) school, all applications for places into our Reception class should be made through the DCC Admissions Team. Click on the link to the Local Authority's website on our Links button.
Any other admissions ie. Year 1 to Year 6, should also be made via the Local Authority but please contact the school in the first instance.
We have 61 children on roll with 3 classes from September 2020
Class 1- Reception and Year 1
Class 2 - Years 2, 3 and 4
Class 3- Years 5 and 6
We hope you will browse around our website where you will find details of school events, visitors and activities that serve to enrich the curriculum, alongside other useful news and information about our school.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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