Welcome to Mapplewells


Primary and Nursery School

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Mapplewells News – Summer Term (Issue 9 – May 2015)

Have a read of our latest school newsletter!

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Enterprise Week

Coming soon!

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New Primary National Curriculum

Read about the new National Curriculum at Mapplewells Primary and Nursery School.

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School Newsletter – September 2014

Welcome back to a new school year! Our latest version of the newsletter is available to download. Click on the link below:   Mapplewells News September 2014

Enterprise week was a great success

Welcome Back!

Welcome back to a new school year!

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Ofsted Inspection

Read our full inspection report.

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Calendar Diary Dates
    July  2015
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    Events on July 2, 2015
    • Sports Day
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    Events on July 3, 2015
    • Summer Fair
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    Events on July 8, 2015
    • End of Year Assemblies
    9
    Events on July 9, 2015
    • Recycled Uniform Sale
    • Parents' Open Day - Big Write/Big Art
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    Events on July 10, 2015
    • Y6 Hall Sleepover
    • Reserve Sports Day
    • Last Day with Current Class
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    Events on July 13, 2015
    • End of Year Class Swap Week
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    Events on July 16, 2015
    • End of Year Discos
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    Events on July 17, 2015
    • Parent Picnic
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    Events on July 22, 2015
    • Year 6 Leavers' Assembly
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Star Latest News

Mapplewells News – Summer Term (Issue 9 – May 2015)

Have a read of our latest school newsletter!

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- May 12th, 2015

Important Dates (Summer Term)

Important dates for your diary…

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- April 12th, 2015

Welcome to Mapplewells

 

Our Vision Statement

To provide every child in our care with the best quality education possible, in a warm, respectful and caring environment.

Our children will be capable of dealing with the priorities of today as well as the unknown priorities of tomorrow.

To put our school in the heart of the community and form links with that community which will benefit our children.

School Aims

To provide an environment in which all children feel safe, cared for and supported.

To encourage independence and confidence to take risks and make their own decisions.

The every child who walks out of the door at the end of year 6 will have become the very best that they can be.

All our aims are encapsulated by our motto, success:

S – self-confidence

U – understanding

C – celebration

C – curiosity

E – excellence, enthusiasm and enjoyment

S – self-discipline

S – support