At Mahora School we have high expectations of our pupils in the academic areas (Reading, Language and Mathematics).

These, with the other curriculum areas, are taught in a context of values i.e. Honesty, Courage, Responsibility, Friendliness, and Resilience, that together will lead to personal excellence, high achievement, strength of character and lifelong values.

We believe that a child needs to be nurtured so they thrive and succeed in a safe and supportive environment where they feel happy and secure.

Classrooms and sizes

The children are in self-contained rooms with their own teacher who takes care of and is responsible for the educational and social development of the children in his or her class.

Class sizes vary depending on the class level;  despite pressures on the roll we aim to keep our entry classes at no more than 15—20 children maximum and our senior classes as close as possible to no more than 30 pupils.

School News


Week 4, Term 1, 2015 Newsletter
Posted on 1/3/15

Week 4 Term 1... Read More

Sports Draw

Western Rangers Junior Football Club registrations.
Posted on 12/2/14

Western Rangers Junior Football Club Welcome to the 2014... Read More


Holiday Programme
Posted on 24/11/14

SC65400547 14112411500... Read More

Our Curriculum

National Standards explained to Parents
Posted on 3/4/12

National Standards explained in Reading and Writing... Read More


Brownies / Girl Guides
Posted on 15/5/13

Brownies / Girl Guides  We have vacancies for girls in... Read More