I welcome you to our school website on behalf of the children, staff and governors. Steeple Morden Primary School is a village school in the south west corner of Cambridgeshire, close to the Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire borders. Our catchment area covers Steeple Morden, Litlington, Abington Pigotts and Odsey but our current roll includes children from other local towns and villages.
We are a Church of England (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School and we aim to serve our community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. We welcome children of all faiths, and none, and we aim to create a community of tolerance and acceptance. We are actively supported by our local community and a dedicated parent and teacher association (PTA).
We believe our pupils should have every opportunity to achieve high academic standards and develop awareness of social and moral values. We provide a secure and stimulating environment where children and adults can work productively. Relationships are very important to us and the relationships we develop with our children, their families, our community and the wider world enable us to create a warm, caring and happy school where everyone is included.
We hope that this website gives you a taste of life within our school and helps you to discover more about us, the achievements of our children and the exciting opportunities we provide. Should you have any questions which are not covered in these pages please ask.
We look forward to meeting you.
Remembering those who fought in WW1 in church today.
To commemorate 100 years since the end of WW1, we have been finding out about local people, who are named on the Wa… https://t.co/DtiN5eQSbp
Dragons, from the Shang Dynasty, are invading Year 5!
Year 2 had an action-packed day at Woburn Safari Park learning all about animal habitats & adaptation!
This week, we dressed in yellow to mark World Mental Health Day and learnt to make time to relax and to ‘quieten ou… https://t.co/LIMto7Lhr9
TicToc by Bloomberg
“I liked digging things up and making an Anglo Saxon brooch.” Year 4 have had a great time learning about Anglo Sa… https://t.co/uqCxbwS9SN
Steeple Morden pupils welcome author to officially open new library https://t.co/AIkmVfTQP6
The end of a busy day.
How high can you go?
A beautiful afternoon on the reservoir.