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Moulton School

Moulton Primary School

"Pupils enjoy being at the school and they enjoy learning. The overwhelming majority of parents think that the school provides a very good standard of education" - Ofsted

"Around every corner there is a plethora of high-quality reading books in your text-rich school" - Ofsted

"Undeniably, Moulton School is a happy, vibrant and exciting place to learn. Pupils behaviour is excellent because they are encouraged to achieve. Work done to ensure that the pupils are tolerant and respectful of one another is striking" - Ofsted

"Pupils say that the pupils in this school are perfect, no matter who they are. Pupils are adamant that bullying will never be tolerated. The school is undoubtedly harmonious" - Ofsted

"A strong culture of rewards plays an important part in promoting excellent attitudes to learning" - Ofsted

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School Meals

From September 2018 school has opted to manage its own school meal service.  However, school still uses Live Kitchen software which enables parents to pre-order their child's lunch for up to one month in advance from home.  The pre-ordering of breaktime snack will be available in the near future.  Live Kitchen also enables parents to pay for school lunches and snack via direct debit.  If you would like access to Live Kitchen, please let the school office have an up to date email address and this will be arranged for you.

To view the NEW AUTUMN TERM MENU please click here

All infant children are now entitled to a free school meal.  This is automatic and does not need to be applied for. However, low income families, who would formerly have been entitled to free school meals, still need to apply in order for schools to receive Pupil Premium funding for their child.  (See 'Pupil Premium' section of website for more information). This funding allows school to pay for all residentials and school trips for that child.  It also entitles the child to attend the daily Breakfast Club from 8.15am, free of charge.  This can save families a lot of money over the school year.