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  • At Bromesberrow St. Mary's Church of England Primary School and Preschool we aim to inspire and nurture a love of learning that will last a lifetime.
  • 'Clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.' Colossians 3.12

Welcome to Bromesberrow St Mary's

Bromesberrow St Mary’s Church of England Primary School is located in rural Gloucestershire, on  the border with Herefordshire and Worcestershire, at the southern end of the Malvern Hills.

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Our Vision: Reaching For The Stars

Bromesberrow St Mary's Church of England Primary School is committed to deliver the highest standards in teaching and learning, in a distinctly Christian environment, in the pursuit of excellence in all and for all. We are dedicated to the fulfilment of each individuals potential and will strive to enable all children to grow intellectually, spiritually and morally, into successful and resourceful human beings, with the skills and resilience to adapt to an ever-changing world. Nurturing the personal needs alongside the academic ensures that our children continue to progress so well at Bromesberrow. Christian Values and strong community links are embedded throughout our school, creating a friendly and happy environment, with an open and engaging approach.

Spirituality Statement

Our school promotes Christian fellowship and a caring and compassionate community, where pupils are able to reflect upon a world filled with awe and wonder.

'Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away'.

 

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Ofsted Comments

"The headteacher and governors provide strong, effective leadership and management and have high expectation to see the school improve further."

January 2014

What Others Say

"The teaching staff are wonderful.  My children really enjoy their work and are always keen to tell me about their day"