Much Marcle Primary School is a co-educational Church of England Voluntary Aided school for pupils aged 4 to 11 years and is set in the heart of the village of Much Marcle surrounded by the beautiful countryside of Herefordshire.

The school was founded in 1883 and since that time has formed an integral part of the village. Much Marcle is still largely a farming community but over the past twenty years the village has grown and now attracts a wider cross-section of people.

The school is justifiably proud of its friendly, warm atmosphere in which the children receive a balanced education within the terms of the National Curriculum, and religious education in accordance with Herefordshire’s agreed syllabus.

Parents are always welcome to come and observe, work in partnership and/or discuss any aspect of their children’s education.

Housed in an attractive, extended Victorian building in good repair, the school contains four classrooms and is adjacent to a large playing field and outdoor activity area.

The school is actively involved in a pyramid group with local primary schools and John Masefield High School affording the teachers opportunities to liaise on educational matters and giving the children greater scope for educational, sporting and musical activities.

The school has an enthusiastic Governing Body who are fully supportive of the staff.