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Welcome to Moulton CEVC Primary School

Spring Term 2017

Parent Questionnaire

All parents/carers please take time to complete this survey about our school.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/HLDJR2Z

Please follow this link to complete the parent questionnaire.  The closing date is Friday 3 March 2017.

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.

Our Vision

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

Please use this website to stay up to date and informed about what we plan to do and what we have already done.  Keep an eye on our tweets for the most up to date information.

All our admission arrangements are available from the above tab and are included in our prospectus.

If you require a paper copy of any of the information on our website, please contact the school office and we will provide this free of charge.

We are always keen to further develop our website. If you have any suggestions or comments we would like to hear from you.

If you require any further information or have any queries, please contact me at the school.

Thank you for visiting our website!

Deborah Shipp
Headteacher

Marvellous Moulton

Autumn Term 2016

September seems such a long time ago.  We seem to have crammed such a lot into the Autumn term.  Here are some of the highlights.

We have a new group of children working on our School Council.  These children have been chosen by their classmates to represent them and share their ideas at the fortnightly school council meetings.  The school council have been involved in our fundraising for Children in Need and for highlighting the harmful effects of bullying.

As well as our fund raising for Children in Need, we have collected Christmas boxes to send to children who might not be as lucky as we are through Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child. We also collected food to be sent to the Newmarket Open Door charity as part of our Harvest celebrations.

We have strengthened our links with Newmarket Academy this term.  The year 4 children spent a day in Newmarket, carrying out a variety of fun science experiments. The children love to work in the science labs and really enjoy working with different teachers.

We have also worked with our friends at Tesco’s.  Year 3 children spent the day at the Bury St Edmunds store learning about healthy eating and year 2 children had a Diwali day when Tesco staff came to visit the school.

Other visitors have included the hedgehog lady!  Year 2 children spent a lovely afternoon learning about hedgehogs.  They loved having hedgehogs in the class and now are hedgehog experts!

At Moulton, we love to take part in sports competitions.  This term we have sent teams to represent our school in boys and girls football tournaments as well as hockey and athletics events.  The highlight was winning the girls football tournament.  The trophy is sparkling in the school hall.

Now that the evenings are dark, our new Junior Road Safety Officers have been working hard to make sure we stay safe on the roads.  They held a Green Cross Code competition to make sure we all know how to cross the roads safely.

At Moulton School, we enjoying working with our families and showing them what we do.  We invited parents and carers into school recently to join us for a reading café.  In these informal get togethers, we share a book, take part in a crafty activity and enjoy a drink and a biscuit.  The children really enjoy the opportunity to work with their family members and parents are able to get an insight into life inside the classrooms.

We are now busy rehearsing for our Christmas performances and Christmas songs echo down the corridors.

Come back next year for more news about ‘Marvellous Moulton’.

    Images from around the school