Welcome to The Grove Primary School!
At The Grove Primary School, the children are at the heart of everything we do and so progress and wellbeing are equally valued.
Our main aim is to provide a happy and safe place for our wonderful children, where they can immerse themselves in a rich and broad knowledge curriculum, taught through reading, language and a love of books. Our intention is to ‘Explore the World through Words’ ensuring all children are offered an education by inspirational, book loving teachers and leaders.
Our pupils are encouraged and praised so they feel confident in their abilities, know how to succeed and have inspirational goals and aspirations. We actively promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance as part of every child’s spritual, moral, social and cultural development. We have high standards of what our children can do and our children aim to be the best they can be! We have carefully chosen a set of specific values to support our children’s development which they actively learn and demonstrate. Our values help our children to become brilliant young people as they progress through The Grove and take with them when they transition in to young adulthood.
Children are better learners when they feel happy and secure so we place vital importance on the social and emotional well-being of our pupils. We offer full support in developing the emotional skills needed to thrive in their future endeavours.
We would love you to visit us and find out what we’re all about, see for yourself some of the exciting learning opportunities on offer, the enthusiasm of our children and the commitment of our staff team.
With very best wishes,
We are part of the Mowbray Education Trust (MET) group of schools.
It is made up of five primary schools (Ab Kettleby, Brownlow, The Grove, Sherard and Somerby), one secondary school (John Ferneley College) and a nursery (Oasis), all of which are in or around Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire.
To find out more about the MET, please on our website and look under the key information tab, or visit their website https://www.mowbrayeducation.org/.