Maulden Lower is a friendly one-form entry community school for children between the ages of two and nine. We welcome all families who support our shared values, and we actively work with the school to achieve the very best for their child.
At Maulden Lower we:
have high expectations for every child
believe in inclusivity
have a dedicated and positive staff team
have a beautiful rural location and outdoor learning areas
Please accept my invitation to visit us and experience our school first-hand.
Mrs Kathy Dwyer – Headteacher
Wooden Hill Coffee will be visiting the school on the morning of Friday 3rd March from 08.30. They will be selling a selection of coffees made from locally roasted, ethical coffee made from Fair trade beans. Come along and buy a coffee and maybe treat yourself to a danish pastry or muffin. This event is open to all members of the local community so please tell all your friends and neighbours.
Wooden Hill Coffee will be visiting the school on the morning of Friday 3rd March from 08.30. ...
Good afternoon, Hedgehogs have had a fantastic return to school. In Maths we are working on 2D and 3D shape, looking at naming shapes and identifying the number of sides and vertices (corners) and also being able to draw 2D shapes. We are still continuing to work on skills previously learnt, including counting in 2s, 5s, 10s and 3s. We are also working on time, revising o'clock and half past before moving on to quarter past and quarter to. In English this week we have been looking at poetry, focusing on birds. We have been creating sentences using powerful verbs to describe how a bird might fly. We have started our new topic of Carnival of the Animals. So far, we have identified where Africa is on a world map and we have then found Kenya. Using an atlas, we have identified the capital city, the Indian Ocean and the Mountain range and labelled these using a key. In our Science lessons we have matched animals to their babies and we have described how a baby animal changes as it grows. In Art, we are extending our knowledge of colour mixing. This week we looked at the artist Jackson Pollock and created our own drip paintings. We hope you like the photos of our results. Last week, you should have received your child's new spelling pack for the half term and the new optional homework menu for the term. I have posted these on Google Classroom along with some extra Maths and English resources should you wish to use these at home. If you haven't been able to access your child's Google Classroom account please let me know and I'll do my best to sort this for you. Have a wonderful weekend
Good afternoon, Hedgehogs have had a fantastic return to school. In Maths we are working on 2D ...
This term we have started a new topic 'The Romans'. We have been reading Roman myths looking at the Gods and Goddesses that lived on Mount Olympus. We have compared different versions of the myth Romulus and Remus and identified how different aspects change over time.
In French we are looking at the pronunciation of names of fruits, playing games which involved us finding the missing fruit and saying it in French.
This term we have started a new topic 'The Romans'. We have been reading Roman myths looking ...
Sale of Krispy Kreme donuts will take place on the front play ground
Donut StallFebruary 10th, 2023
February Half Term
Half TermFebruary 13th, 2023
As part of our English curriculum, we have booked a local author visit to school on Tuesday 21st February.
The local author who will be visiting our school is Lou Treleaven. Lou will be leading workshops with each class throughout the day. She has already sent a selection of books to school which classes have been enjoying so it will be a lovely opportunity for the children to meet and work with Lou. If you wish to order a signed book at a special reduced schools price then this can be done through the website and Lou will bring them with her on the day.
Author VisitFebruary 21st, 2023