Our school values are deep rooted within our school and are demonstrated by staff and pupils on a daily basis. They represent who we are, what we believe in and who we strive to become.

The values are reflected in our school crest which dates back to 1932.

Morrisonians are:


The Pegasus suggests an openness to new ideas and liberty of thinking.


The Knight represents strength and a person’s journey through life.


The Hill stands for security, shelter and protection, while fire represents passion and devotion.


The Book denotes learning and a willingness to listen.

Caring & Connected

The Chevrons represent the roof of a house, community and protection.