MOUNTNESSING

C of E Primary School

Our Christian ethos runs through everything we do.

Welcome From Our Headteacher

Welcome to you

On behalf of the school community, I would like to warmly welcome you to Mountnessing C of E Primary School.  We are a small village school and care very much for our pupils, as a pupil once said, ‘we are small, but we have big hearts’. You will see smiling faces and hear lots of laughter when you visit us, along with some excellent work in every part of our school.
We are very proud of Mountnessing C of E Primary School and the way in which everyone works together to make it a happy and caring place. We believe that every child should receive the best possible education and we foster a learning environment in which our children become responsible, thoughtful and independent individuals.

Our School

Our school is very special in many ways. Our site is unique with a leafy lane separating our two school buildings. We have a lot of wonderful outdoor space which we use in our creative curriculum. We are a Forest School and our grounds and nearby forest area play a big part in helping the children learn to take risks, make sensible choices and to overcome challenges, all in a safe environment.
We have high expectations of our children and believe that every child should have the best possible education and aspire to great things. We carefully support, guide and challenge our pupils as they progress on their learning journey through our school.
Our Christian ethos runs through everything we do. These Christian values help to develop a family feel to our school.
I feel lucky and very proud to be the head teacher of Mountnessing C of E School.

We look forward to meeting you,

Holly Obank


Our Vision

To unlock every child’s potential as a unique child of God.

Mission Statement

To develop the whole child by building character and addressing their spiritual needs.

To provide a safe and caring environment supported by Christian Values.

For pupils to have a passion for creative learning and develop perseverance.

To understand the importance of teamwork, independence and friendship.

To respect and be thankful for the natural environment and God’s world around us.

To enable pupils to become responsible, happy, resilient citizens to ensure a successful future.


Key Dates

this term

23rd October

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23rd October

Beginning of Half Term

27th October

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27th October

End of Half Term

2nd November

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2nd November

Parents Evening

7th November

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7th November

Early Years open morning

9th November

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9th November

Early Years opening morning

10th November

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10th November

Remeberance Assembly

13th November

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13th November

Anti-bullying week

16th November

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16th November

Oak class assembly to parents/carers

21st November

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21st November

Primary Dodgeball Competition


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