Our classroom is called Meadow and one of the creatures that live in a meadow is the cricket. Our class name is appropriate because we think that our children have some similar characteristics to crickets. Firstly, crickets come in 900 different shapes, sizes and colour and our class is also very varied.  Not only that but crickets are very helpful as they eat many other insects that try to damage the farmers’ crops. In the same way, the children in Cricket’s class are learning how to be helpful and kind to their friends, family, class mates and the adults in school. Finally, in Asia, crickets are thought to bring luck and in a similar way, we believe our Crickets are working to make Kings Meadow School even better than it is.


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Our School provides education and security for children with considerable social, emotional and behavioural needs, with many also having mental health issues. Our very positive approaches from our staff mean that pupils’ trust begins to grow over time. Pupils’ sense of self-worth is nurtured carefully and as they stay in the school longer they learn to, for example, take turns, to accept and then welcome praise, and to persevere.

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We recognise that not all parents and carers will always be able to download our Policies and Reports which are valuable in terms of understanding how we provide support for children. In this instance, if you would like a paper copy of any of the information on our school website, please call the school office on 01604 673730.

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Mrs Helen McCormack (Head teacher)
Manning Road
Moulton Leys
Tel: 01604 673730

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