Welcome to

Moston Lane Community Primary School

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Welcome Message

Welcome to Moston Lane School website.

I hope you find the website useful and you find all the information you need. We always value your feedback as you support your children through their exciting “journey “ through the school.

We are a two form community primary school situated in North Manchester. Our school is a warm, inclusive, nurturing school and a wonderful place to learn. We are ambitious for all of our children and encourage them to always “be the best that they can be”.

You are welcome to visit the school by telephoning the school office.
Please click here to read our mission statement.

Judy Kerton

Headteacher

News

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

Welcome to

Moston Lane Community Primary School

image

Welcome Message

Welcome to Moston Lane School website.

I hope you find the website useful and you find all the information you need. We always value your feedback as you support your children through their exciting “journey “ through the school.

We are a two form community primary school situated in North Manchester. Our school is a warm, inclusive, nurturing school and a wonderful place to learn. We are ambitious for all of our children and encourage them to always “be the best that they can be”.

You are welcome to visit the school by telephoning the school office.
Please click here to read our mission statement.

Judy Kerton

Headteacher

News

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

Welcome to

Moston Lane Community Primary School

image

Welcome Message

Welcome to Moston Lane School website.

I hope you find the website useful and you find all the information you need. We always value your feedback as you support your children through their exciting “journey “ through the school.

We are a two form community primary school situated in North Manchester. Our school is a warm, inclusive, nurturing school and a wonderful place to learn. We are ambitious for all of our children and encourage them to always “be the best that they can be”.

You are welcome to visit the school by telephoning the school office.
Please click here to read our mission statement.

Judy Kerton

Headteacher

News

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

Welcome to

Moston Lane Community Primary School

image

Welcome Message

Welcome to Moston Lane School website.

I hope you find the website useful and you find all the information you need. We always value your feedback as you support your children through their exciting “journey “ through the school.

We are a two form community primary school situated in North Manchester. Our school is a warm, inclusive, nurturing school and a wonderful place to learn. We are ambitious for all of our children and encourage them to always “be the best that they can be”.

You are welcome to visit the school by telephoning the school office.
Please click here to read our mission statement.

Judy Kerton

Headteacher

News

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.

22
May
2024
Free School Holiday Clubs
22/05/2024 1:37 PM

During 2024, Manchester Active and Manchester City Council are offering hundreds of FREE places for children eligible for benefit related free school meals to access a variety of activities over the school holiday periods.

Eligibility checks have changed for 2024 and the registration system will automatically recognise those who are eligible, with a booking code no longer being issued.

Currently all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can get free school meals whatever your income. But, if you receive one of the qualifying incomes (see below) you will need to register for benefit related free school meals in order for the registration system to recognise that your child is eligible for a free school holiday activity place.

 

Your child may qualify for free school meals if you get any of the following:

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

- The guaranteed part of Pension Credit

- Child Tax Credit (if your annual gross income is £16,190 or less and you don’t get Working Tax Credit)

- Working Tax Credit run-off after you come off Working Tax Credit

- Universal Credit that you applied for on, or after, 1 April 2018. As long as your household income is less than £7,400 a year after tax, not including any benefits

- You may also qualify if you are an asylum seeker, or if a child receives any of these benefits directly, instead of through a parent or guardian.

 Think you are Eligible? Apply for Free School Meals here

09
May
2024
BBC Blue Peter Art Project
9/05/2024 12:11 PM

Moston Lane were recently invited to participate in an art project with BBC's Blue Peter called Reading Makes Us Free. This week, they have been designing birds linked to the work of Frederik Douglass and their birds will be installed in Manchester Central Library.

Today, each pupil who completed the project, received a VIP Artist Pass inviting them to go and visit the installation and see their work on Saturday 18th May 2024 between 10am - 4pm. There will also be lots of free activities to enjoy.