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Welcome to Moorpark Junior School. We hope that you will find this website to be a useful source of information and keeps you up to date with all the exciting activities that happen in our busy school.
At Moorpark we aim for high standards and outstanding achievement in a creative and fun environment that has an emphasis on the mastery of basic skills within an enquiry based “finding out” approach to the wider curriculum.
We encourage our children to REACH and be successful learners. We foster attitudes to ensure that all children BELIEVE in themselves and that anything is possible with positive challenge and determination. Moorpark teaches children to EXPLORE their environment and learn from the variety of enriching experiences that the school has to offer. Ultimately we BELIEVE that everyone at Moorpark can ACHIEVE the best in everything that they do.
Moorpark is a very special place for all the children and staff, we are very proud of our rapid progress towards becoming a good and outstanding school. This is due to the commitment of a highly dedicated team of staff and governors working in close partnership with our children, families and wider community.
If you are a prospective parent or carer, we hope that you will come and visit the school in person. Please telephone our school office to arrange a suitable appointment. We look forward to giving you a tour of our school in action.
Mrs Karen Peters, B.A. (Hons), N.P.Q.H.
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________World Down Syndrome Day
Down Syndrome International invited everyone across the world to wear LOTS OF SOCKS on the 21st March 2015 to raise awareness on World Down Syndrome Day.
Moorpark has celebrated World Down Syndrome day on Friday, 20th, March. Many thanks to all who donated to such a wonderful charity. We have raised £79.00 by the children coming to school in odd socks.
The money raised for Red Nose Day is spent by Comic Relief to transform lives, here at home and across Africa. Thanks to your generous donations, we raised an amazing £455.00!!! We still have red noses for sale at school so don't miss the opportunity to see if you can get the 'Golden nose'.
Sir Stanley Matthews Day
Thanks to your support in purchasing the commemorative badge, you have helped us to raise a super £153.00. The money we raised will go towards the foundation's work at helping under-21s achieve in sport.
Many thanks to all who contributed to our fundraising!