The Môreson School caters for 150 intellectually impaired learners from all over Namibia. Most of our learners come from very poor families; some are orphans, abused and neglected children.

Our school is situated in Khomasdal and we accommodate learners with physical and mental impairments. We try to teach our learners to become independent and self-reliant.

Mission: Môreson School Values An open door policy is followed. Discussion and constructive criticism are vital elements of our school culture We foster an informal, warm and caring atmosphere at school. However, this does not mean that professional boundaries are blurred Staff is encouraged to take ownership of the school The teacher is the classroom manager and responsible to impart knowledge to the class assistant, if there is one in the classroom Diversity is respected and welcomed Sharing of ideas and creativity is respected and welcomed Consultation is the key in our decision making process Keeping to time and meeting deadlines is expected. We have a high standard of work ethic. The staff will not be reminded of these expectations All grievances are expected not to borrow money from school Teachers are required to act as positive role models for the learners and the community at all times. This is referring to everything, including interactions among staff members, learners and parents.

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