Our school motto, as created by our children:
Be brave, be kind,
Welcome to Mawsley!
Our school opened in 2004 to serve the new Northamptonshire village of Mawsley. Since that time, I have been delighted to work with children, parents, staff, governors, and members of the local community to see the school grow from 87 pupils to the current 360 on roll.
We are pleased to be able to go the extra mile and provide our children with memorable learning experiences both in and out of school. We encourage everyone in our school family to: Be brave, be kind, be yourself.
If you are concerned about the safety or welfare of a child during the Covid-19 closure period within school hours, please contact a Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL) by telephoning the school on: 01536 799182.
If you are concerned about the safety or welfare of a child during the Covid-19 closure period outside of school hours, contact the MASH team (Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub) on 0300 126 1000 (option 1) or e-mail them at MASH@northamptonshire.gcsx.gov.uk
If you think a child is in immediate danger or missing, contact the police and/or an ambulance immediately by phoning 999.
Learning Point Teams
At Mawsley School we promote an ethos where all children are challenged and supported to achieve their personal best. Through the promotion of independence, inquisitiveness and determination children are empowered to want to be the best they can be. Children at Mawsley are entitled to an education where their needs are met and they are provided opportunities to gain the skills and knowledge to grow into young people who contribute positively to society and succeed in life. Life skills and social skills will be embedded to ensure children are well prepared when they move on.
- To provide a stimulating, challenging and inclusive curriculum working to achieve the highest standards in all we undertake.
To promote good role models in the pursuit of spiritual, social cultural and moral values.
To establish an atmosphere of praise and encouragement for children and adults.
To develop a sense of partnership and community between children, parents, staff and governors and members of the wider community.
To provide opportunities to develop cultural awareness.
To help our children use technology confidently and prepare children for what lies ahead in the next stage of their learning journey through life.