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This is our new website; many new things will be added to this site over the coming weeks.
Within the site you will find all the information and contacts you will need about our school.

 

Moorlands Primary School's Vision

 

At Moorlands Primary School we aim to educate your child so that they have the skills to become life long learners as the world evolves. A happy, nurturing and caring school, which caters for everyone. Pupils that grow into confident and tolerant individuals, who embrace their unique qualities. Our staff will provide the challenge and an inspiring curriculum in order to ignite their passion for learning. Our parents will support the school and its core values through their encouragement and partnership in all aspects of school life.

 

To achieve this we aim to provide:

 

  • An inspiring curriculum, which leads to exceptional results in Reception, end of Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
  • Pupils with analytic and reasoning skills.
  • Pupils with a wealth of opportunities to experience non-curricular activities to enhance learning.
  • Pupils who understand that values are at the heart of who we are, driving what we do and how we do it.

 

Our ambition:

‘Anything is Possible!”

These words reflect our ambition, drive and belief that EVERYONE at Moorlands Primary School can fulfil their true potential in all aspects of their learning!

 

Mrs K Roberts

 

Head Teacher

 

Moorlands Primary School is a Foundation Primary School with pupils ranging from 4 to 11 years of age.  The school is situated close to the Wednesbury/West Bromwich boundary and is a full member of the Wednesbury Learning Community Trust and Wednesbury Teaching School Alliance.

 

The school was built in 1960 with seven classrooms in the main building, a multi-purpose hall and a school kitchen.  The school also has its own enclosed but extensive playing fields with a variety of outdoor learning resources.

 

Parents are kept as fully informed as possible concerning the life of the school.  Regular Newsletters and other letters are sent home via the children. In addition to this we operate a confidential Text Messaging Service and a Web Site. We also want to involve parents in the life of the school and you will receive communications on this from time to time.

 

The needs of your child are our main concern.  If you have any worries about your child, be they of an educational, emotional, behavioural or any other nature please call in at school to see the Class Teacher or a member of the Senior Leadership Team. If necessary, arrangements will be made to meet out of school hours. 

 

Statement on British Values

Moorlands Primary School is committed to serving its community.  It recognises the multi-cultural, multi faith and ever-changing nature of the United Kingdom.  It also understands the vital role it has in ensuring that groups or individuals within the school are not subjected to intimidation or persuasion by those wishing to impose bias.

The school accepts admissions from all those entitled to an education; including pupils of all faiths or none.  It follows the recommended policies on diversity and equal opportunities, which guarantee that there will be no discrimination against any individual or group.

Go to the section on British Values for more information

 

Ofsted Reports June 2014

 

‘Attainment is rising steadily across the school’.

 

Pupils make good progress from Reception onwards in reading, writing and mathematics and achieve well in other subjects, especially the performing arts.  The methods and resources teachers select, together with the interesting topics pupils study, ensure that pupils enjoy their learning.

 

Teachers guide pupils’ learning well and pupils benefit from consistently good oral and

written feedback and opportunities to comment on each other’s work; this enables

them to see clearly what they have done well and decide what they need to do to improve.

 

Pupils behave well and they take pride in their work and their school. They relate well to each other and to staff which ensures that lessons and activities run smoothly.

Pupils feel safe and are well trained in how to stay safe when encountering potentially

dangerous situations.

 

A wide range of stimulating experiences add breadth and depth to pupils’ education and pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding.

 

Leaders, managers and governors have played key roles in building highly effective local

partnerships. Best practice has been used purposefully to improve teaching and to raise

pupils’ achievement.

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