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Morecambe Road School Newsletter Issue 24

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Issue 24 of our Newsletter

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Enabling Achievement

A Message from the Headteacher

Mr P Edmondson, Headteacher

Welcome to our Morecambe Road School website. We hope you will gain a greater understanding of the learning and teaching and links to information about our happy school for children age 3 - 16 with special needs in the Lancaster area.

We are extremely proud of the achievements of all our pupils and the dedication and care provided by the staff. We try to be the very best we can be and we encourage all members of our school community to set high standards in whatever they do and aim to achieve them.

Our pupils leave us as self - confident young people; ready to take on the many challenges that may face them after school within the local community and the wider world.

Our website will provide a valuable insight into the everyday life within the school and the dynamics of our enrichment curriculum which also involves an International dimension - We hope you will explore and enjoy!




"This ‘report abuse' button is where children and young people on our site areempowered to report suspicious individuals or behaviour directly to law enforcement quickly and easily."



If you required a translated copy or a print out of any the documents on our website e.g. letters, policies then please contact the School Office on Tel.01524 414384.

Morecambe Road School provides equal access to all facilities and services regardless of disability. The school is committed to providing a fully accessible environment which values and includes all pupils, staff, parents and visitors. This commitment has been met through physical improvements to the school environment, such as ramps, hand rails and automatic doors.