Our Vision and Our Ethos
This is an exceptional school which provides a first class educational experience for every child in a safe, happy, caring and purposeful environment.
Our ethos is characterised by:
- Traditional values
- High expectations
- Rich opportunities
- Mutual respect
- Personal responsibility
We foster a culture of endeavour, enjoyment of learning and the pursuit of individual achievement in all aspects of school and community life. Our aim is to enable all students to flourish academically and to develop into confident, courteous and well-rounded young adults, skilled and equipped for adulthood.
In accordance with Government policy, we have a policy relating to the promotion of British Values.
Our Aims into Practice
We hope to translate our aims into practice through:
- Our Pastoral System, our Code of Conduct, and our Extra-Curricular Programme.
- Providing a Key Stage 3 curriculum that develops the following skills and experience: Linguistic, Mathematical, Scientific, Technological, Physical, Aesthetic and Creative, Social and Political and Spiritual and Ethical
- Providing a Key Stage 4 curriculum which offers scope for individual choice within the above broad areas of experience.
There has been a school on our Durleigh Road site since Dr Morgan’s Grammar School opened its doors to Bridgwater’s boys. Dr Morgan’s became Haygrove School in 1973 when it also became a co-educational school, welcoming both girls and boys. In 2011 we became an Academy School.
We are proud of our heritage and of our Durleigh Road site, which retains the character of Dr Morgan’s Grammar School but is changing rapidly as we forge ahead with an extensive programme of refurbishment and renovation.
Find out more about our School Site Developments.
Find out more about the history of Dr Morgan's Grammar School by visiting the Old Morganians Society website.
"Our child was doing very well at primary school and we were looking for a school that would encourage academic achievement and had excellent sports provision. So we chose Haygrove."
Year 7 Parent