Welcome to Moat Community College
New Principal Brian Killeen
I am delighted to be joining Moat Community College as Principal.
Moat is an ambitious and nurturing school and is held in high regard in the local community. Our staff and students are rightly proud of what we achieve.I am looking forward to working with staff, students and the governing body to improve the school’s achievements even further.Congratulations to all our students on their GCSE results, the hard work pays off!
Good luck in the future. A message from the Principal
Collecting A* Science results from Mr Anderson (Assistant Principal).
We’re still open for enquiries
Students picked up their results between 10 and 12 on Thursday 20th August.
Contact the college if you haven’t received your results yet or need to make other arrangements.
Students are on their summer holiday at the moment but the college is still open for enquiries.
Call in to reception between 9am and 3:30pm Tuesday to Friday, phone 0116 2625705 or email email@example.com.
College Re-opens for Students on Tuesday September 1st
Support for Students
There are teams at Moat dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of our students.If you have any concerns about your child please contact the college and ask to speak to the safeguarding co-ordinator.
Further information is available from these links:
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Policies & Procedures
We strongly believe that we provide a caring, but challenging college environment, according equal value to each individual, regardless of ability or background. The life of the college embraces the British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs.
Moat is committed to providing a secure environment for all of our students, staff and stakeholders. The aim of the policy is to safeguard and promote our students’ welfare, safety and health by fostering an honest, open, caring and supportive climate.
Moat requires students to wear uniform in years 7 to 11. Guidance covers boys and girls, clothing, footwear, hair and jewellery.
Moat fully recognises the contribution it can make to protect children and support students in college.
A report on what has been a very successful term for Moat, which is very much down to the hard work of staff and the effort and attitude of the students. A real measure of success is our popularity amongst students and parents. We have had 359 applications for the 210 places available in Year 7 next academic year.
Moat Community College is an exciting and successful inner-city school with a good reputation in the locality. In September 2006 we were designated a Specialist Science and Maths College. Our value added shows that students make progress in line with the top 25% of schools in the country.
This is a good school…the school is a happy community where students enjoy their learning and feel safe. Students’ behaviour is good. They respond well to leaders’ very clear expectations.
The City Council provides a list of school term dates which can be accessed from their website or downloaded here –