Welcome to The Magdalen Church of England/Methodist Primary School, our website is intended to provide you with an introduction to life at our school.

As a Church of England / Methodist primary school within the Diocese of Lincoln, we seek to develop a caring Christian community through our school vision:

‘Inspired by William Waynflete and John Wesley, we have a vision to be an aspirational school delivering excellence in learning by being creative, inclusive and resilient so that we can all serve in God’s world to the best of our ability.’

“She gave this name to the LORD who spoke to her: “You are the God who sees me,” for she said, “I have now seen the One who sees me.” (Genesis 16.13).

Our ten school values help us to live out our vision:

  • Compassion
  • Justice
  • Forgiveness
  • Peace
  • Friendship
  • Service
  • Hope
  • Thankfulness
  • Humility
  • Trust

We are very much a ‘team’ at the Magdalen School; staff, pupils, parents and Governors work closely together to ensure that pupils not only develop their potential but also become responsible and self-motivated members of our community, mature in body, mind and spirit.

Serving God and celebrating the uniqueness of everyone are at the heart of our ethos. Through encouraging strong, positive, supportive relationships, we aim to create a genuine balance between the highest academic standards and personal growth, providing everyone with opportunities to ‘do the best they can’ and ‘be the best they can be’.

A Love of Learning

Our exciting curriculum offers pupils a wide range of academic and practical learning opportunities which meet the learning needs, abilities and interests of each young person. 

At the Magdalen School we endeavour to foster independent and creative thinkers who can reflect on their learning.

We are confident that at the Magdalen School we provide a rigorous and productive learning environment where young people are both challenged and supported. All pupils have the right to learn and achieve success, free from disruption and uninterrupted by others.

Mrs Melanie Page