Improving Morpeth School by raising aspirations Building a positive school ethos, finding as many hooks as possible to draw pupils into the school, and raising aspirations across the school are key strategies that have been at the heart of a long-term vision of school improvement for Morpeth Secondary School in inner London.

From the early morning breakfast club, with both table tennis coaching and maths revision on hand, to academic peer mentoring, textile classes for parents and the community, a business mentoring programme in the city as well as a focus on personalised learning and support for pupils, Morpeth has developed a range of ways to improve and consolidate their successes. From being a school of concern ten years ago, they are now a good school and are dedicated to the next steps of improving attainment and becoming an excellent one.

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