If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below.
Headteacher Mrs S. J. Livesey
Mere Brow may be a small school, but we are more than big enough to offer a high quality education, incorporating all the requirements of a modern curriculum and much more.
At Mere Brow children enjoy the opportunity to learn in a setting which, visitors to our school frequently tell us, feels like a school family.
Although the original part of our building opened as a school in 1847, constant refurbishment and new building means our children enjoy a modern, light and well-resourced environment. We have first class ICT facilities, with an excellent computer/pupil ratio, interactive whiteboards in every room and video conferencing facilities.
Click here to view a slide show of the newly decorated exterior (including new entrance, reception and offices), secure and spacious outdoor facilities, large hall, bright classrooms, library and resource area and multi-purpose staff/meeting/teaching room.
Our outdoor facilities are generous and secure and we have many additional strengths, including excellent music provision (almost half our children learn to play brass instruments, for example), a range of extra-curricular opportunities, and a staff dedicated to doing their best for the benefit of your child.
If you haven’t visited us, why not call to make an appointment.
You will be very welcome and pleasantly surprised by what we offer.
Our Mission and Aims Statement
Tarleton Mere Brow CE Primary School
Mission and Aims statement
Tarleton Mere Brow CE Primary School recognises its historic foundation and preserves and develops its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with the Church and diocese.
Our school is a special place full of learning, laughter and friendship and where all children are happy feel safe and are valued.
At Mere Brow, we provide the best primary education in a stimulating environment. The school develops a love of learning inspired by quality teaching, building and developing upon individual strengths and talents.
We believe every child is entitled to enjoy his or her childhood. We teach the importance of moral Christian values and provide the foundation for lifelong friendships. Children educated at Mere Brow are tolerant, committed and confident. The School works in close partnership with the Church and Community to develop citizens who will lead happy and rewarding lives.
At Tarleton Mere Brow CE Primary School our aims are:
To Enjoy and achieve
School will be a place of optimism and hope, where new technology makes an impact.
We will continually seek improvement and expect high standards.
We will provide a learning environment at the heart of the community endeavouring to build learning partnerships with all associated with school.
The curriculum provided will be well balanced, innovative and stimulating where children will achieve their full potential.
Pupils will have the opportunity to develop independent learning skills through self supported study using state of the art ICT to equip students with the skills for citizens ready to face the challenges of the next century.
Make a positive contribution. Be Healthy and Safe.
We are fully inclusive – where each member of the community is valued as an individual.
Where success is celebrated and pupils are happy in a safe, caring environment.
We will have high expectations and standards of behaviour.
We will respect each other regardless of ethnicity, religion or barrier to learning.
We will provide the opportunity for prayer, relaxation, reflection and the enrichment of human spirit.
We will work in partnership with parents to enable them to have an active role in their children’s learning and make full use of external agencies and extended services to ensure all children and their families has access to advice and practical support where needed.
Dear Parents, Carers , Governors and friends of Mere Brow School,
I am very proud to present our most recent Oustanding SIAMS & Good Ofsted report from our Inspections in 2017
We have moved our school on considerably over the last few years from Satisfactory to Good.
Ofsted says that :' good teaching is helping pupils to make faster progress and to behave well'
'there is a strong trend of improvement'
'work for very able pupils is carefully adapted , to ensure they maintain momentum'
We have a 'strong sense of celebration of success'
And that pupils behave well . They are proud of our school and enjoy all of the experiences we provide as a result attendance is much better than in many other primary schools.
So well done all at Mere Brow School ,we have a very good understanding of our school and what needs to be done to make it even better!
Happy New Year ,
Mrs Sandra Livesey.