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Admissions

 

Open Morning

September 2021 new starters

Thursday 7th January at 9:45am

Please arrive promptly.

Please email the school office (admin@moulton.suffolk.sch.uk) if you would like to attend an open morning. We will be limiting the number of people in each session, so it is essential to pre-book.

Due to Covid restrictions, we are only able to accommodate one adult from each family, and we are unable to accommodate children in the session.

Come and meet Mrs Shipp, the headteacher, who will give you a virtual tour of the school; information about the school; and answer any of your questions.

We look forward to meeting you!

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All our admissions arrangements are included in our prospectus.

Applying for a school place for 2020/2021 (current school year)

Full details of the LA’s admissions policy and procedures are set out in the current Suffolk County Council booklet ‘Admissions to Schools in Suffolk – Your guide on how and when to apply for a school place’. This booklet is available from the School Office, through Suffolk County Council on 0845 600 0981or online at www.suffolk.gov.uk/admissionstoschools.

Applying for a school place for 2021/2022 (next school year)

Our catchment area covers Moulton, Gazeley, Dalham, Desningham, Higham, Needham Street, Kentford and Kennet End.  We also welcome applications from those living outside the catchment area.  Suffolk Local Education Authority is responsible for admission to Moulton Primary School.  Our published admissions number (P.A.N) is 30.  Full details of the LA’s admissions policy and procedures are set out in the current Suffolk County Council booklet ‘Admissions to Schools in Suffolk – Your guide on how and when to apply for a school place’.  This booklet is available from the School Office, through Suffolk County Council on 0845 600 0981or online at www.suffolk.gov.uk/admissionstoschools.

Children can be admitted to school in the September of the academic year in which they are 4 years old. Children are offered full-time education from this point, according to parental choice. Although most children start full time at school in September, we also understand that children are individuals with individual needs. For some children, a staggered entry into full time schooling is more beneficial. Because we recognise how important it is that your child has a happy and successful transition into school, we aim to be flexible in our approach. Please talk to us about what is best for your child.

In the Summer Term prior to the September in which children are due to start school, they are invited to attend three half-day sessions over a period of three weeks. These visits help familiarise the children and their parents with the school environment.