Malorees
infant school

Malorees Federation

Malorees Federation

Malorees
Junior School

You may like to look at this short film which reminds 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 short video "Malorees is Where....", filmed in our private woodland, also gives an insight to our approach to learning. 

 

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Welcome to Malorees
Infant & Junior schools

 

We would like to extend a very warm welcome to you from everyone at Malorees Infant & Junior Schools.

We pride ourselves on bringing to life a strong set of values across our two schools, bonded together by a shared vision which underpins everything we do. We are genuinely committed to understanding that every child is an individual, and to providing the environment to enable them to flourish and succeed. 

To support and strengthen the new federation we have a dedicated leadership and staff team who are central to the development of our THRIVING school community.

The Executive Head teacher is Sian Davies. The Acting Headteacher is Helen Smith. 

Together, we look forward to working in close partnership with you and your children so we can continue to strengthen and celebrate the future journey of both schools at this exciting time. 

SAFEGUARDING

For any matters concerning safeguarding, please email the school's Designated Safeguarding Leader on:-  safeguarding@malorees-inf.brent.sch.uk for the Infant School and safeguarding@maloreesjnr.brent.sch.uk for the Junior school. 

For outside school hours or in the school holidays, please use the same email address. 

Sian Davies and Helen Smith 

Executive Head Teacher and Acting Headteacher, Malorees Infant & Junior School

Rachael Newberry

Co-chair of  Federated Governing Board, Malorees Infant & Junior School

 

 

 

 

 

Thriving Stands for:

Teamwork
Health & Happiness
Respect
Individuality
Vibrant Learning
Inspiration
Nurture
Growth & Challenge