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Year 11 Revision, Study Leave and Intervention Information
Please see the documents below for the Year 11 revision timetable, and copies of letters sent out via ParentMail.
- Download the Year 11 Revision Timetable here.
- Download the Revision and Intervention in Core Subjects letter.
- Download the Study Leave and Revision Sessions letter.
- Download GCSE Revision Guide for Parents and Carers
Business Studies revision will run Tuesdays from the 29th April, to the 20th May. 3.30 - 4.45PM
Easter Holiday Revision Sessions:
History Unit 1
Tuesday 15th April, 9am to 12.30pm
School holidays 2014-15
Please click here for the school holidays for 2014-15. Please note that there are some minor differences from the local authority calendar; most significantly that the students return to school in the autumn on Wednesday 3rd September.
School Trip Payments
As you will be aware, the school moved to electronic communication through ParentMail over 12 months ago. We are introducing ParentMail +Pay for school trips that are being organised throughout the academic year. Please do not confuse ParentMail +Pay with ParentPay.
ParentPay can only be used to purchase school dinners, whereas ParentMail +Pay is for school trips. Trip information will be sent via your ParentMail2 account together with instructions on how to pay. All payments made via ParentMail +Pay are secure, and payments can be made by either debit or credit card.
We will not be accepting cheques or cash for future trips, so please ensure that you use this method of payment as soon as possible.
If you have any queries, please call 01604 641600 and ask to speak to the finance department.
Ofsted judges Moulton School to be a good school
On 9-10 July 2013, the school was inspected by Ofsted. The school was judged to be a good school, including being judged to be good in all key areas; achievement, quality of teaching, behaviour and safety, and leadership and management.
The school was last inspected in November 2009, when it was judged to be satisfactory (a grading now replaced by the grading ‘requires improvement’), so this represents a significant improvement in Ofsted’s judgement of the quality of the provision and outcomes at the school. This improvement over recent years is a credit to all the staff, students, parents and governors who have been involved with the school during this time and who have worked so hard on a daily basis to make the outcome a reality.
Most importantly, what the report indicates is that the young people who come to Moulton are achieving well in a positive and supportive environment; and, as a consequence, have enhanced life chances, in the broadest sense.
The full report is available here.
We would like to congratulate all of the students who took their GCSE, A2 and AS exams this year on another strong overall performance, which also included many outstanding individual results. The students’ achievements are a testament to their hard work throughout the course and to the expertise and commitment of their teachers.
104 students sat A2 exams, with a pass rate of 99%; 74% of entries being graded at A*-C and a 18% of entries being graded at A*-A. The great majority of students met the requirements for their first choice university place.
216 students sat GCSE exams, with many measures indicating a record performance for the school. 82% of students attained 5 or more A*-C grades, with 63% attaining 5 or more A*-C grades including English and maths; and the key government measure of the average point score for the best 8 GCSEs was significantly higher than the school has previously achieved. There were also many outstanding individual results, with 73% of the cohort attaining an A*-A grade, 42% of the cohort attaining 3 or more A*-A grades and 28% of the cohort attaining 5 or more A*-A grades.
Free School Meals
Is your child eligible to receive free school meals? If your child qualifies for Free School Meals the daily allowance of £2.25 will automatically be uploaded to your child's account and be available for them to spend but will not show as a balance. Please note the £2.25 daily allowance will not be carried forward. If you do wish to top up your childs spending then you can add money to their account using parent pay.Click Here to view the county council advertisement or go to the council website for more information.
We look forward to hearing from you SOON!