Welcome to Moulton CEVC Primary School

Autumn 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.

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

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Deborah Shipp

Marvellous Moulton

Summer term 2016

The Summer term began with more work for the Junior Road Safety Officers.  They began by delivering a whole school assembly, explaining to the children about how they can be a ‘positive passenger’ when they are travelling in the car.  During their assembly they talked about who needs to use a car seat and then spent their lunch time carrying out height checks to see if children should still be using car seats and booster seats when they are travelling by car. Some children were disappointed to learn that they should still be using a booster seat!

As always, the whole school enjoyed an entertaining assembly from the Open The Book team in May.  They taught everyone about the parable of the sower and, helped by the year four children, we learned a very important message.

Later on in the month the children of year 6 worked with Mr Vinall, from Newmarket Academy, to learn how to play the samba drums.  They had such a great time that we then invited Mr Vinall to come back the following month and work with our year 4 pupils.  This time he taught them how to play the djembe drums.  Everyone agreed they sounded superb!

Year 3 pupils had a fun packed India day in June.  They learned about how elephants are decorated before a festival and had a go at creating some elephant art themselves.  The children had the opportunity to taste some Indian sweets and make mango milkshakes.  Everyone had great fun and learned an awful lot.

At the end of June the children in year 4 spent the morning learning about the European Referendum.  They learned about the two sides of the debate, they even had their own vote at the end of the lesson.

In July Mrs Gaffney’s singing group took part in the Newmarket Music Festival.  Along with several other schools, the children entertained a packed church of local residents.  The singers had a great time and can’t wait to perform again soon.

The term ended on a high with Moulton School being awarded the Bronze Linguamarque.  This is in recognition of the school’s hard work in teaching French. In addition to this, the school was also given a gold award for the efforts of the Junior Road Safety Officers in promoting road safety to the children of our school.

As another busy term draws to a close we look forward to the coming year.  I wonder what September will bring?

    Images from around the school