Latin and Greek for 7 year olds!!!!
New information on the New National Curriculum... press here
6 days to go to the...
LONDON RESIDENTIAL WEEK
May 20th-24th 2013
30 children and 5 teachers...
The School goes quiet for the week ...
Mr Marrable, Mr Syrett and Mr Hunn will not be available that week.
The annual London Residential Field Week will be leaving on the National Express East Anglia train from Ipswich Station at 10.05 a.m. on Monday 20th May.
The children will be... visiting the Houses of Parliament, attending a workshop in Portcullis House and meeting our MP Ben Gummer, having a conducted tour of the new BBC studios, travelling on the Docklands Light Railway through Canary Wharf, taking the only foot-tunnel under the Thames, visiting the Cutty Sark tea clipper, taking a boat trip from Greenwhich to Westminster, visiting 10 Downing Street, watching an I-Max film, seeing dinosaurs in the Natural History Museum, visitng the Science Museum and having great workshops playing in the world's greatest adventre playground... and much, much more.
Your child could also be a part of this when they get to Year 5 or 6.
Mr White will make sure the children in Years 5 and 6 who are not going will have an adventurous and memorable week.
How unusually quiet the School will be !
Our mission is to give all our children a safe and secure setting where all are respected and nurtured and a positive attitude highly valued. A School where the environment, buildings and resources are of the highest possible quality so that teaching and learning can be enjoyable and effective
MORLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL'S
INTERACTIVE WEB SITE
...dedicated to all those associated with or interested in Morland School, Ipswich, Suffolk, England.
... and understanding what we read is our whole School focus for 2013.
Please support us in making sure your child becomes an outstanding reader.
Supporting Reading at Home
We have published a little hand-out to give some useful guidelines and ideas to help you support your child's reading at home... or on holiday. These were given out at the Parent Consultation evenings on 27th and 28th February 2013... if you were unable to attend just ask the office for one.
The first 2 Kindle Klubs are now running... click here for more information
School League Table
(English & Maths combined)
(24th in Suffolk 6th for Schools' of over 150 pupils)
Cliff Lane Primary
Piper's Vale Primary
Rose Hill Primary
The 2012 Suffolk League table of Schools was published on 14th December. Above is the comparison of Morland with the other Schools around us. There is no comment apart from saying how pleased we are with the results and that the Government has recognized the good progress children make at Morland.
We have analysed the returns from the recent questionnaire... click here to see what parents and carers think!
We are proud to announce that Morland Primary has been classified as a ...
Band 2 School
This is the second highest band (of 6) as our attainment is consistently above the National Expectation in all of the targets set by the Department of Education.
The purpose of morlandpandc.co.uk is to give parents/carers, teachers, Governors, non-teaching staff, stake-holders, the Local Authority, local services, Ofsted, Department for Education etc. current and accurate information about the school and activities associated to the School's mission.
To navigate around morlandpandc.co.uk please follow these simple guidelines:
1. Look at the pages available listed on the left.
2. Place your cursor on the page you want... the page name will then move to the left.
3. Click once and you will be taken to that page.
The white handon the listed pages (left) shows the page you are on.
If you see any words that are underlined... just place your cursor on the word or words and click. We will either take you to a different site i.e. Ipswich Buses or to another relevant page on our site so that you can get the information you are searching for.
For those new to our school we would like to introduce Morland Primary School by publishing our Mission, which is...
To give children a safe and secure setting where all are respected and nurtured and a positive attitude highly valued. A School where the environment, buildings and resources are of the highest possible quality so that teaching and learning can be enjoyable and effective.
To achieve this there should be a strong, trusting relationship between the school, the pupils and their parents/carers.
At Morland School we believe that...
before our school can achieve
we must establish a platform of
Outstanding behaviour is expected not only from the children but also from the school staff and the children's parents/carers.
Click above to lead you to this week's menus
Supporting Reading at Home
We have published a little hand-out to give some helpful hints to help you support your child's reading at home... or on holiday. These were given out at the Parent Consultation evenings on 27th and 28th February 2013... if you were unable to attend just ask the office for one.
This site is designed to be informative to all parents/carers and stakeholders and to promote positive support to make the time that children spend at Morland as effective and productive as possible.
We hope to see you again!