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
Last week, we were excited to gather together again to enjoy our whole school assemblies. It was a joy to see and hear the children singing and signing together. What a super job they made too!
Our Makaton signs of the week reflected recent events celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Can the children show you how to sign Queen, 70, Platinum, Celebration?
If they need a little reminder, take a look at the video link below, where Lucinda and her Mum share those signs with you. Happy signing!
Last week, we were excited to gather together again to enjoy our whole school assemblies. It was ...
This week, the children have been learning to sign how they are feeling, practising the Makaton signs for happy, sad, angry or excited. Take a look at how to sign these below. Can you sign the whole phrase: I feel happy?
This week, the children have been learning to sign how they are feeling, practising the Makaton signs ...
We would like to share the following information about an informative training course, ran by Autism Bedfordshire. If you know of anyone who may find this course of help or interest, please feel free to pass on the details.
If you have any questions relating to special educational needs, or feel that you would like signposting to additional support or advice for your child and your family, please do speak to your child's class teacher or contact Mrs Keane, our SENDCo, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
We would like to share the following information about an informative training course, ran by Autism Bedfordshire. ...
We are supporting #CycleToSchoolWeek with @BikeabilityUK & @Sustrans!
Cycling to school has a real positive impact on the health and wellbeing of children. Choose #ActiveTravel this 3-7 October - with free resources & prizes to be won at bikeability.org.uk/
Cycle to School WeekOctober 3rd, 2022
Year 4 Swimming at Flitwick Leisure
Year 4 SwimmingOctober 4th, 2022
Harvest Celebration at St Mary's Church, parents welcome
Harvest Celebration (Years 1-4)October 6th, 2022