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Lots of photos and videos to be shared over the course of the school year as well as some bits of key information and reminders!
Welcome to Milford Infant School
I am delighted to welcome you to our website.
At Milford School our mission is to help every child in our care to "Grow, Learn, Believe, Achieve" - we work hard to instill a positive approach to learning.
We believe that working in partnership with parents, carers, governors and our community is essential to ensure our continued success. A family atmosphere is fostered within which children feel confident to express themselves and know that success in any aspect of their lives will be rewarded and celebrated.
We are passionate about the school providing a positive and stimulating learning environment. Our interesting and spacious school grounds enhance the children’s learning greatly.
We have a team of talented, caring and dedicated staff who work hard to ensure the best possible progress for all of the children in their care. This is achieved through excellent teaching and learning, catering for a range of learning styles.
In the school's most recent Ofsted inspection in October 2014 we were judged to be "Good". Click here to view a copy of the latest school OFSTED Report.
I look forward to welcoming you to the school. If you would like to visit, please contact the school office, where you will greeted by either Rose, Steph or Kirsty and I will be happy to show you what Milford has to offer.
Mr Andrew Stear, Headteacher
Any parents interested in local developments might wish to attend.
Look who turned up for our Banquet!!!!
We are all ready for our Royal Banquet for the Royal Wedding tomorrow...
An amazing bit of home learning that a Year 2 boy chose to do. He decided to create his own comic book instead of j… https://t.co/vsHPtC1xlz
Some lovely Bank Holiday home learning by a Year 1 child. Well done!
Some Bank Holiday home learning by a Year 2 boy. Well done! A certificate is yours!
Reception - enjoy being outside and look out for any wildlife! Can you draw or describe any you find?
Year 1 - go for a country walk and look for flowers and trees. Can you name any of them? Can you describe them? Do bark or leaf rubbings?
Year 2 - are learning about habitats. Can you go for a walk and explore your local environment. How about the board… https://t.co/t0xUUsCA7q