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Two Mile Ash Middle & Training School
The High Street, Two Mile Ash, MK8 8LH, UK Milton Keynes
+44 (0)1908 562262



The best way to truly judge our school is to visit us during the school day when you can decide for yourself whether you agree with OFSTED Inspectors when they say:


 "This is an outstanding school"

"The quality of education, including teaching, is outstanding"

"The Pupils are exceptionally well cared for and therefore

feel secure and happy"

                                                                      (OFSTED 2006)


Nigel Holt




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In the event of there being greater demand for admission than there are places available, children with a statement of special education needs naming TWO MILE ASH SCHOOL will have the highest priority followed by Looked After Children living in Two Mile Ash, Great Holm and part of Crownhill (as designated by the LEA).


Our intended admission number is 160 (one hundred and sixty places) for each year group.


Once places have been allocated to these children the following criteria will be applied:


1.    Children living within the defined area with a sibling who has attended, or still is in attendance at the time of admission.  Proof of residence may be required.


2.    Children who live in the defined area.  Proof of residence may be required.


3.    Children living outside the defined area with a sibling who has attended, or is still in attendance at the time of admission.


4.    Children who live outside the defined area.


In the event of oversubscription in any of the criteria above, places will be allocated to children living nearest to the school as measured by the nearest available route.


In developing the whole school curriculum at TMA, our policies and practices are based upon the following rationale...............


The TMA curriculum must:


*        Prioritise the development of pupils’ skills in literacy and numeracy

*        Help pupils to acquire knowledge, skills, understanding and practical abilities to the highest standard of which they are capable

*        Promote the personal and social development of all pupils

*        Accommodate different teaching and learning styles appropriate to

          individual pupils’ needs

*        Develop positive attitudes and values

*        Forge an effective partnership with the parents and the local community


The ten subjects of the National Curriculum, together with Religious Education (RE) and Personal Social and Health Education (PSHE), are taught throughout the school.  In addition, French is introduced at the beginning of Key Stage Two in Year 3.


Each curriculum area is led by a faculty team leader.  The faculties ensure that there is continuity and progression of curriculum provision, as well as coverage of National Curriculum Programmes of Study, throughout the school.

Review of the breadth and balance of the curriculum offered at TMA is a constant process, and parents are kept fully informed of all developments.  In addition, a comprehensive curriculum newsletter is issued to parents at the beginning of each term, detailing all aspects of the curriculum to be covered during that term.


It is an expectation that all TMA children will wear the approved school uniform.  Happily, our children take great pride in their school and this is always reflected in the way they dress for school.  The approved uniform code is as follows:












Grey or navy skirt or trousers

White or blue blouse

TMA school navy sweatshirt*

(Claret for Yr 6 pupils)

Black tailored trousers        

Navy or black tights or white socks

Black shoes

Grey trousers

White or blue shirt

TMA school navy sweatshirt* (Claret for Yr 6 pupils)

Navy or grey socks

Black shoes








Blue check gingham dress or

White or blue blouse or white or navy polo shirt with navy, grey or blue skirt

TMA school navy sweatshirt*

(Claret for Yr 6 pupils)

White socks

Black shoes

Grey trousers or grey or navy tailored shorts

White or blue shirt or white or blue polo shirt

TMA school navy sweatshirt* (Claret for Yr 6 pupils)

Navy or white socks

Black shoes

PE Kit

It is very important that children wear appropriate clothing for PE, ie loose fitting to ensure ability for movement, and footwear with good soles to prevent slipping or falling.

 TMA school red T-shirt*
 Black shorts/cycling shorts (plain – without logos)*
 Trainers (not boots)

We encourage the wearing of tracksuits during the winter months.

 Navy jogger*  /  Navy fleece*

Jewellery must not be worn during PE or games lessons for safety reasons.  If pierced earrings cannot be removed the children will be requested to tape them for the duration of the lesson.

*Available from school.  Some items to special order
(See Appendix A for a full uniform order from)

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