Montpelier is a well-established and highly regarded school in Ealing. Visitors always notice the caring, safe, and friendly environment which is enhanced by children’s enthusiasm for learning in the classrooms and beyond and is underpinned by our vision. Everything the school does, including its staff, governors, parents, and carers, focuses upon the best educational experience for children through a curriculum which is broad, balanced, and challenging.
Teachers continuously develop a curriculum which has reading at its heart and our ambitions are achieved through working in partnership with parents and carers. Montpelier is proud to be a truly international school, attracting families and is always over-subscribed. The views of parents and carers, past and present, affirm that education here is of a high quality. Montpelier is known as a school that supports teaching and leadership locally and nationally and this, in turn, improves our own work here.
Ms Bracken and Ms Garofalo
Montpelier’s values are firmly based upon the BASICS. We believe that belonging, aspiration, safety, identity, challenge, and success have relevance to all children, staff, and the school community at different stages.
For children, a sense of belonging can range from being part of a family or finding one’s place outside of it, through to classes, the school, friendships, and teams.
As children become young people their sense of belonging takes on new meaning and it will, as before, be intertwined with identity, aspirations, safety, challenges, and successes, all in forms that are specific to individuals.
Our ethos is one of inclusion and the actions of adults to maintain a focus upon this. Support and focused challenge are central to the school’s ethos in order that learning and achievement for all can be maximised. When the school’s ethos is felt by our children and led by our staff, we know the outcome is happiness and success.