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South Molton Infants School
North Road, EX36 4BA South Molton
01769 572198

Welcome to South Molton Community Infant School.

At South Molton we strive to create a supportive school in which children can develop confidence and independence. One of our most important documents is the school "Aims". It is in this document that we set out the things we believe in for Early Years Education. This is a policy which is regularly reviewed and is the subject of joint discussion between governors and staff. We highly value the important links that exist between home and school and with this in mind we welcome any opportunity to talk to parents about any aspect of their child's development. We keep parents informed of any new procedures and policies via our regular newsletters

Children between the ages of four and seven attend school during their Foundation and Key Stage One education and then transfer to our partner Junior school when they are seven. The Governing Body are a very supportive group of people who assist me in maintaining a secure, safe and stimulating environment for our children. The present Chair of Governors is Brian Edwards.

We have an active PTA and there are termly open forums for parents. This allows parents to share their views.

For those parents new to the area, our school is situated in the North Devon market town of South Molton, which is just off the North Devon Link Road between Tiverton and Barnstaple. The town has many local events such as the Olde English Fayre and Town Carnival, which we support and are fun for all the family.

This website is designed to provide general information about the school, including practical everyday details, the ethos and the values we uphold, and the way the learning and the curriculum is organised. We strive hard to make close links with the community. If after looking at this website you feel you would like to know more about our school and would like to visit, I would be very happy to welcome you to South Molton Infants and introduce the school, staff and children, to you.

Pat Fewings


Growing Up With Confidence


Our school offers a secure, safe and stimulating learning environment that nurtures the development of younger children, catering for their emotional, spiritual, social, physical and learning needs.


·        We aim for every child to achieve their potential and gain satisfaction and pride in their achievement.

·        We encourage children to be articulate and develop lively and enquiring minds enabling them to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to become effective and enthusiastic learners.

·        We foster confidence and independence in our children.

·        We have clear expectations of behaviour allowing us to maintain a happy and disciplined school where children learn to cope with relationships and behave responsibly.

·        We encourage children to understand the feelings of others, to respect their values and to consider thoughtfully their own attitudes, values and beliefs.


Our school is committed to offering the children a high standard of education, achieved through an ongoing programme of learning which provides a broad and balanced curriculum in line with statutory requirements.


·        We plan programmes of study to suit children?s needs and various stages of development.

·        We employ a variety of teaching styles to maintain enjoyment and motivation and cater for differing learning styles of our children.

·        We make full use of surroundings, community and resources to add interest and a tangible dimension to learning.

·        We include children with special educational needs in all curriculum areas through appropriate planning and support.


The success of our school relies on a team effort by the whole school community of staff, governors, children,  parents and friends. All are valued for their commitment and involvement.


·        We encourage and welcome parental and family involvement in all aspects of their child?s education.

·        We maintain close links with pre-school groups, creating a smooth transition between home and school.

·        We foster a positive relationship with our partner school to achieve continuity in the children?s learning, personal and social development.


The work and ethos of our school reflect these aims.

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