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The Revel

CofE (Aided) Primary School

with Catholic Provision

Love learning, learn to love

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A flavour of Revel

The Revel Primary School is a place where your child will receive a first class education from a hard working and well qualified team of teachers and support staff. Our pupils are valued and challenged academically by caring and committed teachers with high expectations for all.  Our curriculum is carefully designed to enable your child to receive a full and balanced education, rich in experience and adventure.


The relationship between home and school is one of partnership; the co-operation and support between both is essential to your child’s development at school.  Parents and families are a much-valued part of our school community as we work together to help our children thrive.


'The Revel Primary School' was formed through the amalgamation of the small local schools from each of the Revel villages 23 years ago.  As the school has grown, we have developed satellite sites in two of our neighbouring villages, modernising the old village school buildings.  Years 1-6 are based at our main site in Monks Kirby, a beautiful rural location with views over open fields and expansive outdoor space for adventurous learning.  Reception are based in a specially designed Early Years setting in Brinklow and our Early Birds nursery are based at the heart of the village of Harborough Magna.  Whilst our sites may be distanced geographically, our ethos and vision remain the same - all three sites are connected by the same passion to provide excellence for every child in our care.

Our Vision as a Learning Community


"To nurture confidence and curiosity, to equip our children with the skills, qualities and passion needed for life-long learning"



We have eight learning values, which are embedded into our daily classroom routines.  Children are actively taught how to become effective learners through our four 'learning actions' and understand how to be a resilient and ambitious learner through our four 'learning mindsets'.  Children are rewarded for demonstrating these values during the school day, not just by the adults but also by one another as we encourage children to reflect on their own learning skills and enjoy collaborating as part of a learning community.

Our Vision as a Christian Community


"To walk alongside one another as we grow in compassion and service, living our Christian values together"

As a proud Church of England school our ethos and values all contribute to our growth as a Christian learning community.  We have twelve Christian Values, taking each in turn every half term and using this as a focus for our Collective Worship and reflection time.

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