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Maya in Year 2 has enjoyed her learning about World War 1 and has made this poster at home to help us all remember the soldiers who fought in the war. 

Open Days 2019

If your child is turning 4 between 1st September 2019 and 31st August 2020 you will soon be applying for a school place.  If your child is turning 3 this year, they will be eligible to join our Nursery next September.  We would be delighted to welcome you to our Open Days:

Thursday November 14th  – 10am
Thursday November 21st – 1.45pm

These Open Days will be an opportunity to find out more about our school and nursery, have a look around, and ask any questions that you may have.

Welcome to our lovely school where we take care, aim high, enjoy learning and achieve success. We do this through the use of High Five.

Respect, Help, Learn, Enjoy, Achieve

Mousehold Infant and Nursery school academised on November 1st 2018. This means that it is no longer run by the Local Authority. It has joined with five other schools in the community to form a Multi Academy Trust (MAT)

We are part of the Inclusive Schools Trust. If you would like to learn more about the Trust please click on the link below.

Mousehold Infant and Nursery School is a happy, calm and exciting place to learn and we are proud of our staff and children’s positive and caring attitudes towards others and the progress the children make during their time with us. We believe in the value of progress in personal development as well as the academic subjects. We believe in every child and encourage each child to have a go and persevere. We watch the children’s self esteem grow each day.

We love to work closely with parents and carers and there are many opportunities for you to be involved in your children’s learning journey with us.

Parental Feedback May 2019

Feels like a ‘small’ school – everyone knows everyone and is friendly.

Diversity is celebrated and individual needs are well catered for.We know that our concerns are considered and acted upon and we appreciate that.

School encourages us to teach our children their mother tongue.

Super proactive with all of the learning and making it a really fun place to be.

Extra curricular activities and experiences such as forest school, capoeira, ukulele etc.

Appreciation of pupils achievements outside of school in assemblies.

A strength of our school is our positive approach to behaviour management and inclusion. We follow the PATHs curriculum where children learn how to manage their feelings positively.

We work closely with our feeder Junior School, George White Junior and we have recently joined the Inclusive Schools Trust. This enables us to work even more closely with local, like minded schools.

Community is important to us. We listen to our community. We would love you to come and visit us. It is a happy place to work and learn.

Please read our Prospectus and get the latest school news whenever you need them. Major school documents such as Pupil Premium funding and Sport Premium funding as well as school policies are available online, as is the school’s latest Ofsted report.

Mrs Rebecca Westall

Part of the Inclusive Schools Trust (IST)

Parents/Carers: If you would like a paper copy of any of the information shown on our school website please contact the school office.