• “This is an exciting chapter in the school's history as we strive to ensure that every child is fully equipped to meet the ever-changing demands and opportunities of a rapidly developing 21st Century”

    Headteacher

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  • “There is now a sharp focus on students' progress and lessons are more engaging with varied learning activities. The large majority of teaching is good or better.”

    Ofsted Inspection Report

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  • “Students do well because learning objectives are very clear and inform them of what they need to do to attain different examination grades, and teachers help students understand how to meet their objectives.”

    Ofsted inspection Report

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  • “There is a strong record of improvement, since the arrival a year ago of the new headteacher and the establishment of the current senior leadership team. The headteacher is held in high regard by students, staff, parents, carers and governors. The results of improvements can be seen in several areas.”

    Ofsted Inspection Report

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  • “Moulsham High School challenges and stretches the high-achievers and supports those who need some extra help, providing a well-rounded education whilst never losing sight of the needs of the individual or the community as a whole.”

    Chair of Governors

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Welcome to Moulsham High School

Moulsham High School is first and foremost a place of learning, 'where people Enjoy, Enrich and Achieve'.  We have an ethos in which students of all abilities feel valued so that they are able to reach their full potential.  They:

  • ENJOY coming to school and learning experiences available to them
  • Are ENRICHED with a wealth of opportunities inside and outside of lessons and the curriculum, so that all talents are identified and nurtured
  • ACHIEVE high standards:
    • academically, in terms of examination results;
    • personally, through their respect for others and their environment;
    • socially, through their contribution to the life of the school and wider community. 

Mr. M. Farmer, Headteacher