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 335 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 welfare of a child during this Covid-19 closure period, please contact our Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs). Contact details are available on our school website: https://www.mawsleyschool.co.uk/
If you are concerned about the safety or welfare of a child during the Covid-19 closure period outside of school hours, please contact the MASH team 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, please contact the police and/or an ambulance directly by phoning 999
As the winner of a design competition, organised by YPO, a pupil won £500 worth of books for her school! These book choices are all recommended rich texts for classroom libraries in Key Stage 2, and have provided a much needed boost of excitement to our bookshelves.
As well as novels, the classrooms will all have books from the 'Greatest Stories' collection; these are stories that children's author Michael Morpurgo believes every child should know before they leave primary school. Upon seeing this array of wonderful books, the pupil who loves to read herself - said that she is particularly excited to see the children reading these new texts, as she knows that this huge selection of books will be enjoyed by so many children!
Thank you, on behalf of everybody at Mawsley School!
Are you looking for a Reception Place for September 2021?
Our latest recruits to the Mawsley School Family have settled in beautifully; they’ve learned new routines, made lots of friends and are actively engaging in lots and lots of fun learning!
One of our current Reception parents shared their insight into the process:
‘I can honestly say it was the most stressful thing I have done. This huge pressure came over me and I literally lost sleep over it. Then we came to Mawsley on the last day of applications and we walked out and I burst into tears and was like ‘I will be heartbroken if he doesn’t get a place here!’
We have hands down had the best preschool and settling in experience. My mummy friends could not get over the summer school pack, the interaction with you (EYFS Lead) and the team and the whole approach. So a massive thank you to you all from my husband and I. As ** is our first to go to school it’s been such an easy experience in awful circumstances!!’
We hope you will trust us here at Mawsley with the education of your little one. To aid your decision we are sharing two insightful videos of life at ‘big school’. One video will provide a virtual tour of our school and the other will provide you with an insight into the daily life of a reception child.
Unfortunately due to the recent government announcement we are no longer able to offer a tour of the school. If you would like us to send you a Reception Brochure with information regarding the school please email the school office on email@example.com.
A day in Reception
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.