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Moira Infant School
Blackfordby Lane, Moira, DE12 6EX, UK Swadlincote
+44 (0)1283 217450







At Moira Infant School we are committed to providing a happy, welcoming and safe learning environment in which children and adults alike can learn together and achieve their best.



We aim to provide and deliver a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum that encourages all children to learn confidently and develop with enjoyment and enthusiasm.

We aim to maintain high standards of teaching and learning that will extend our children’s abilities and enable them to reach their full potential.


We will strive to ensure that our children develop independence.

We aim to foster the importance of citizenship and encourage our children to be caring, considerate and well-behaved individuals.


We aim to provide a welcoming environment where children, parents, Staff, Governors and the community work together to enrich the moral, social, intellectual, emotional and cultural development of each child.

We aim to provide a bright and stimulating environment in which everyone will feel cared for, valued and secure.


We aim to be sensitive to the physical and emotional needs of all, and to promote high self-esteem and self worth.


We aim, as Staff, Governors, Parents and members of the community to work together as a team recognising the importance of partnership in education.


The responsibility for admitting children to Moira Infant School remains with Leicestershire County Council Education Authority. Parents living within the school catchment area that wish to register their child’s name for admission, are invited to contact the School office and we will be able to issue the necessary application form. This form is sent to the Allocations Department at County Hall and parents can then expect a letter from the LEA confirming the date that their child will be able to start school. Parents of children who live outside the school’s catchment area will be dealt with in a similar way.

Children whose birthdays are from 1 September to the 30th August will commence full time education at the start of the academic Year (30th August).


It is our aim to provide a happy, stimulating environment where each child feels valued, respected and confident to accept challenges. Every child is unique and we try to give each one an equal opportunity to fulfil his or her potential. We aim to provide a rich and varied curriculum.

The Foundation Stage

The children in the Reception Class have their own exciting Early Years curriculum that covers six areas of learning and is ideally suited to the needs of young children. It is based on play and “hands-on” experience and prepares children for the National Curriculum that begins in Year One.

Our Foundation Stage class now has a secure and exciting, new outdoor learning area where the children can enjoy a number of activities all carefully planned to cover all the aspects of learning


We try to provide the children with a range of opportunities for learning outside the scope of the normal school day. Here are a few examples:



A weekly recorder club for children in Year 1 & Year 2


Art Club


Gardening Club (Autumn and Spring terms)


Cross country club - running races against other local schools (Autumn and Spring terms)


Visiting Theatre groups.


Outside speakers e.g. road & fire safety, RSPCA inspectors.


A Year 2 Residential Visit to Sherwood Forest Youth Hostel.


A French club for children in Year 2

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