infant school

Malorees Federation

Malorees Federation

Junior School

Our school community works hard to support one another and remind us of how important it is to look after our mental health and well-being.

This short video was made by some of our children in KS2

Supporting your learning online.

Please see the video below with guidance from the children.......

Open Day

If you missed our 'virtual visits' to Malorees please click here to see the presentation.


Our ethos.....

Our short video "Malorees is Where....", filmed in our private woodland, also gives an insight to our ethos and approach to learning. 





Welcome to Malorees SCHOOL



I feel extremely honoured to be the headteacher of Malorees and strongly believe that leading a school, in the present day, is one of the most challenging, exciting and rewarding jobs that anybody could hope to have. 

Malorees vision is for 'THRIVING' children through our strong values of Teamwork, Happiness, Respect, Individuality, Vibrant, Inspiration, Nurture, Growth and Challenge.

These values run through our whole school community and everything we do, whether in our classrooms, through our very popular Forest School or our many school events.

We want to ensure that by our strong community working together we can ensure that all pupils are prepared and THRIVING, ready for the next stages in life as they become global citizens.

To support and strengthen our federation of Infant & Junior Schools we have a dedicated leadership and staff team all central to the development of our goal of a THRIVING school community.

We're proud of our school, its ethos and all those who work and learn in it. Together we look forward to working in close partnership with you and your children towards continued success.

We hope you enjoy our website. It's just a snapshot of what we do, of course, so please get in touch if you're interested to know more. 




Mr Rentall - Headteacher

Rachael Newberry - Co-Chair of Governing Body


Thriving Stands for:

Health & Happiness
Vibrant Learning
Growth & Challenge