Oxford Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B13 9EH

0121 449 0441

enquiry@moseleyce.bham.sch.uk

Every Child Matters To God

Welcome to Moseley Church of England Primary School

Our mission           

Our successful Christian school offers a wide range of exciting and educational opportunities to enhance skills, talents and creativity. The school community appreciates and accepts others, and celebrates the achievements of all. We have supportive and trusting relationships with God and all his children. As a result, we take responsibility and welcome absolutely everyone into a caring and safe environment, where we are all guided to work together.

(Mission Statement written by the children of Moseley C of E Primary) 

 

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Headteacher's welcome

 

Head Teacher’s Welcome

I am delighted to welcome you to Moseley C of E Primary School and to the start of our partnership in your child's education.   

I am extremely proud to be the Head teacher of Moseley C of E Primary School. Our school was founded in 1828. We are a voluntary aided 1-form entry Church of England school with 210 children aged 4 to 11. We embrace strong links with the churches of St Mary’s, St Anne’s and St Agnes and actively promote an open Christian ethos, encapsulated by our moto ‘Every Child Matters to God’. We set ourselves high targets and have high standards. Our aim is to make learning enjoyable, allowing every individual to achieve their best and to nurture their talents, as well as giving them confidence, security and the skills they will need to be excellent citizens in a multi-cultural society and part of the workforce of the future. 

Moseley C of E has a truly dedicated team of pupils, staff, parents and Governors who all go above and beyond expectation to continue to improve and develop our school and the community it serves. This was recognised most recently in our Outstanding OFSTED report (December 2013) and our Outstanding SIAMS report (March 2014). We have achieved consistently excellent results in Maths, Reading and Writing. The hard work by pupils, the provision of creative and stimulating learning environments that are tailored to each child's individual needs, and our home - school partnerships are the reasons for this achievement.

We provide a curriculum that is truly broad, enriched and challenging. In addition to Core subjects, we teach Foundation subjects through a thematic approach to learning, ensuring all learning is linked, set in a relevant context and as such, is purposeful. Throughout the year we also run specialist weeks in Creative Arts, Community and Culture, Mental Health, Science and Sports and Health. These involve educational visits, external providers and parental expertise enriching the curriculum. We have a rigorous tracking system which enables us to identify pupil’s needs and allows us to personalise their learning. The well-being of the children, staff and community are at the heart of all we do.

As a Church of England school, our Christian ethos is central to all that we do and it is this ethos that is recognisable from the moment you enter the school. If you would like to arrange visit, or require further information, please contact the school and we will be delighted to welcome you.

Ms. V Sumner 

Head teacher

Latest Moseley C of E Events

Black History Month01Oct2018

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Black History Month

Harvest Festival – St Agnes03Oct2018

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm @ St Agnes

Harvest Festival – St Agnes

Year R INSPIRE – READING/PHONICS05Oct2018

9:00 am - 11:30 am @ Moseley CE

Year R INSPIRE – READING/PHONICS

Big Happiness Experiment Focus Week08Oct2018

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Big Happiness Experiment Focus Week

Parent’s Evening10Oct2018

5:30 pm - 8:00 pm @ Moseley CE

Parent’s Evening

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Moseley C of E Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

For more information please see the safeguarding section of our website.