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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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 Welcome to Year 5!

 

 I would like to welcome you to the Year 5 class page, where you will find lots of information about life in Year 5 at Moulton School. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to send me a message on Class Dojo!
Communication
Class Dojo is a fantastic tool which enables you to be kept up-to-date with what your child has been doing in school all day. You can also keep track of your child's behaviour in school by checking how many Dojo points they have received that day. I will communicate reminders through Class Story so it is really useful to sign up for it if you haven't already done so. There is also a great private messaging tool and my inbox is always open!
PE
Please ensure that your child has a full PE kit in school each week. 
Music
Music lessons will be every Tuesday so please ensure musical instruments come into school each week once they have been given out. Our music teachers recommend that the children should practise for at least 10 minutes each night to make good progress.