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Mudeford Infant School
Queen, BH23 3HH, UK Christchurch
+44 (0)1202 485513


Mudeford Infants school is two form entry school located on the outskirts of Christchurch, Dorset. We are very lucky to be in walking distance of a marsh and quay which are used regularily by our children to enhance their curriculum.

There are 180 children aged between 4 and 7 and enjoy the friendly, informative and caring place that is our school.


Mudeford Community Infants School aims to provide opportunity for everyone to become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens.

We will ensure that all children achieve well. We will support and challenge our children to ensure they acquire the necessary skills, competencies and qualities for their further learning.

Our school will strive to develop the children’s personal attitudes and dispositions towards learning. Our curriculum will engage the children and give them a sense of purpose and relevance through a wide variety of challenging, enjoyable and creative experiences. The teaching and learning in our school will allow all children to become confident and motivated life long learners.

We will provide equality of opportunity for all with respect to individual needs. We will celebrate and value each individual for their unique qualities. We are committed to racial equality and we will continue to work to eliminate racial discrimination.

Mudeford Community Infant School will develop close and supportive links between children, staff, parents and the community. We will promote a high standard of behaviour through shared spiritual and moral values within the framework of a supportive school community


We aim to provide opportunities for learning that develop the children's abilty to become effective communicators through skills such as listening, speaking, reading and writing for a wide range of purposes.

Literacy is a core subject in the National Curriculum and in Key Stage One we use the National Literacy Framework as the basis for implementing the statutory requirements of the Programmes of Study for English.

We also provide a creative approach in teaching literacy whenever possible, which includes drama and role-play, multi-media and art.

As part of the Foundation Stage curriculum, Reception children use the Early Learning Goals as part of their literacy and language development. They are given opportunities to talk and communicate in a widening range of situations, respond to adults and each other, listen carefully when appropriate and have opportunities to explore, enjoy and learn through a language-rich environment.

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