Welcome to Maldon Primary School
Welcome to our website. We hope it will provide you with a small insight into life at our school. It is not, however, intended to replace the best form of communication, that of personal contact between home and school, and to that end may we stress you are always welcome here.
Our school welcomes everyone from all walks of life. Everyone must welcome and celebrate all others in our school and treat everybody equally and fairly irrespective of age, disabilities, gender, race and nationality, religion or belief, pregnancy, marriage, transgender identity and sexual orientation in accordance with the Equality Act 2010
About our school
Maldon Primary School is located in the market town of Maldon on the Blackwater estuary in Essex. The school caters for approximately 260 pupils between the ages of 4 and 11 (Reception to Year 6).
The school has 3 hard surface playgrounds, equipped with play facilities. We also share a large playing field with the neighbouring (lower) Plume Secondary School. The school also has a thriving vegetable garden which is maintained by each class who then harvested the produced to use when cooking in our children's kitchen.
The school is housed in a beautiful Edwardian building and has disabled access throughout. The school has 11 classrooms, an ICT suite, a large school hall.
We are open at 7.30 a.m. for Breakfast Club.
Here children can enjoy their breakfast and take part in various activities. If you would like further information please contact the school office or look in the Breakfast Club section of this website.
We have a fully equipped ICT suite with 16 computers, projector and an interactive whiteboard which is used by the children at least once a week to learn ICT skills and to practise these within other areas of learning.
We also have a wide range of laptops and fizz books which children can use around the school – even on the playground or field!
We also enjoy using digital cameras, video cameras, data logging equipment and microscopes, to support our work.
We can use the Touch screen in our classrooms to help us with our classroom learning.
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