• “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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  • “Since the last inspection, your vision and ambition for the school have transformed it into a place where students flourish and gain the qualifications they need for the next stage of their education, training or workplace.”

    Ofsted 2015

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  • “You have taken decisive action to ... make the further improvements needed to make the school outstanding.”

    Ofsted 2015

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  • “In addition to qualifications, you focus on nurturing student talent in sport, music and the arts, and on developing (students) into well-rounded young people with the essential personal qualities and skills needed for adulthood.”

    Ofsted 2015

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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

Moulsham40Moulsham High School welcomes students, staff and visitors of all backgrounds.

I am delighted to welcome you to the Moulsham High School website.  Whether you are a current or prospective parent, or you are considering applying for a job with us, I hope you will find our website helpful and informative.  Please also feel free to contact us directly on 01245 260101 if you require further information about the school or would like to arrange a visit to see first-hand what we have to offer.

Moulsham is a very successful 'Leading Edge' 11 to 18 school where students and staff feel happy and safe.  We are very proud of our school and we would be delighted to show you around our wonderful, picturesque site with fantastic, modern facilities where you will see students and staff working together in harmony.

Ethos and Values:

Moulsham High School is first and foremost a place of learning, 'where people Enjoy, Enrich and Achieve'.  Our ethos is for students of all abilities and backgrounds to 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. 

Headteacher

Mr. M. Farmer, Headteacher

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    Well done to all the students who entered the Christmas Card Competition. It was a tough decision for the judges to pick an overall winner, runners up, and the highly commended.

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