Latest News & Views

Welcome to our News in Brief page! Here we will celebrate some of the fantastic activities around our school in words and pictures.

What is good attendance?

Good attendance is vital for children to achieve well and be happy at school.  Children with 80% attendance are missing an average of one day every week which adds up to two whole years of missed school, by the time they are in Year 11.   Similarly, attendance of 90% may sound good but it is a half day missed each week, and a year of missed education by the time they are 16.


New Library for Moulton Primary School

On Monday, we celebrated the opening of our fabulous, new school library with a special assembly and ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by staff, governors, FOMPs and a child from each class. 

Over the past year, the school has worked hard to raise the funds for the library, which was installed over the summer break in the old 1A classroom. We are very grateful to FOMPs and parents for their support, without which this project would not have been possible. 

The library is dedicated to the memory of our school governor, Elizabeth Hammond, and her daughter Sophie was chosen to cut the ribbon. A special plaque has been installed on the wall in the library to commemorate the contribution that Libby made to the school in her time as a governor.


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