Moretonhampstead Primary School
Our school is a ‘vibrant place of learning’ and 'pupils' progress is strong'- OfSTED April 2017
Our ‘strong emphasis on pupils’ personal development promotes their positive behaviour, with respect and courtesy as the norm’.
We are delighted that our recent OfSTED letter supports our view that we are a 'good' school. We are pleased that the letter recognises the journey we have been on to secure improvement for our children and this will continue as we look to further strengthen our curriculum and the opportunties we provide. You can find the full OfSTED letter on the link below.
We have an amazing building and outdoor space, incredible Dartmoor views and, best of all, fantastic children and staff! We are a school where the children come first and are all treated as individuals. Our school mission statement says: ‘In a trusting, caring and motivating environment, our children will be happy, confident learners who are inspired to do their very best.’
Do come and visit us!
With best wishes,
The school was inspected by HMI Richard Light on 28th March. We have now received our final OfSTED letter and are delighted to be judged a 'good' school.
JunWednesday, 9:00am – 12:00pmSwimming - Butterdon / Easdon / Pepperdon
JunWednesday, 12:10pm – 1:10pmPepperdon Parent Lunch
JunWednesday, 3:30pm – 4:30pmGardening & Outdoor Art Club Years Rec, 1 & 2
JunWednesday, 3:30pm – 4:30pmHomework Club Years 3-6
JunThursday, 3:00pm – 3:30pmShapley Parent Assembly
We want the important step of your child starting school to be a smooth as possible. It is a big step, both for your child and for you!
Admission to any school is undertaken through the Local Authority. There are particular criteria which enable the Authority to prioritise requests for admissions if this is necessary.
Children may start school in the autumn term (September) after their fourth birthday.
It is important to us that there is a smooth transition to school for all children and that your children settle into our school quickly and happily. A rigorous and well planned induction programme is in place to enable this to happen, with the flexibility to respond to the needs of individual children as appropriate.