Welcome to Moulton CEVC Primary School
Spring Term 2016
Our Values and Ethos
Working together, within a happy, caring, Christian community, we aim to inspire, encourage and enable children to be the best they can be.
Moulton CEVC Primary School celebrates the uniqueness of each child. We work together to provide an exciting and stimulating curriculum within a positive and nurturing environment where everyone has the right to be safe, to be happy and to learn. We are committed to striving for continual improvement to enable all children to achieve.
We want our children to leave us with independence, resilience, emotional intelligence and good communication skills; with a sense of responsibility and self-worth. We aim to develop their ability to work successfully with others.
We aspire for our children to leave us with the confidence to ask questions and to try new things; to leave us with a love of learning and a desire to learn more. We hope they will become people we happy to trust our future
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Autumn Term 2015
Find out about the activities we do that help us grow. Learn about the experiences we have that help us develop. Discover the things that are important to us, as members of our school community and as adults of the future.
Early in the term we had a visit from a singing group called the Daughters of Davis. They arrived in a camper van and spent the day with us. They taught us how important it is not to give up on our dreams.
In October everyone, including the teachers, came to school dressed as superheroes. We heard a story about Yet Man and learned about the power the little word ‘yet’. We designed our own Yet Boys and Yet Girls and began to understand how they can help us face new or challenging situations. We wrote stories about Yet Man and learned a song that reminded us to not give up. We have lots of fun!
We needed ear plugs in assembly when the Samba Band from Newmarket Academy came to visit us. They were very loud! They played some very lively tunes and everyone joined in.
Our new Junior Road Safety Officers delivered an assembly to the school, explaining the importance of being seen in the dark, now that the clocks have gone back. They explained that they wanted to run a colouring competition called ‘be safe, be seen’. The JRSOs worked with our local PCSO, Becky to pick the winners. They had a really tricky job deciding which entry was the best!
Children in Need day saw some very unusual hairstyles in school. Everyone gave £1 and came to school in their wackiest hair styles. We raised almost £200!
The year 6 pupils delivered a very thoughtful assembly to the school on Remembrance Day. Then, at 11 o’clock the whole school took part in a two minute silence. Everyone stood quietly on the playground and had time to think about the brave men and women who have been injured or given their lives in conflicts around the world.
The school council worked really hard to deliver a whole school assembly at the start of this year’s Anti Bullying week. They spoke to the school about what bullying is and how we can ‘make a noise’ to stop bullying.
Year 6 pupils have been busy developing their programming skills using ‘Scratch. They have created games and invited the younger pupils to come and play them. The year 4 pupils had also been using Scratch and it was a great opportunity to see what they might be able to achieve as their computing skills develop.
Our Junior Road Safety Officers, Beatrice, Cameron, Jack and Kate, spent time with Tim James. Tim is a member of the local speed watch scheme and spoke to the children about the importance of observing speed limits in the village. They went out into the village and saw how a speed camera can help drivers reduce their speed.
We have had two visits from our ‘Open the Book’ assembly team. The children love these assemblies and often get the opportunity to join in with the stories.
We have had such a busy term. I wonder what the Spring Term will bring.