Magna Carta Primary Academy opened in September 2016 in a temporary building. We moved into our permanent site in September 2018 and have Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 pupils. We are part of a thriving community and are always interested in making links with local businesses and local residents who have a wealth of knowledge to share with our young pupils. We are nothing without our incredible pupils, supportive families and committed staff. If you are interested in joining us, we are interested in hearing from you.
Magna Carta praised by OfstedA new primary school has been praised by Ofsted for the “outstanding” personal development, behaviour and welfare of children. Inspectors visited Magna Carta Primary Academy in July and gave a grade of Outstanding to areas of – Effectiveness of leadership and management Person...
Chiropractor helps with lessonsLearning about the human body also opened children’s eyes to potential career opportunities. Year 2 pupils at Magna Carta Primary Academy were visited by a chiropractor as part of their studies into the human body.
Family Fun DayThe whole community came together to enjoy a Family Fun Day at a Stansted school. Parents of pupils at Magna Carta Primary Academy hosted the event, with stalls set up including Hook a Duck, arts and crafts, Lucky Dip and face-painting.
Magna Carta Primary Academy RetweetedBMAT @bmatmagnacarta - Sep 17Children bullied at school can experience anxiety, which can be even worse for vulnerable young people such as young carers, children in care, and care leavers. We ensure they don’t struggle with their mental health alone. https://t.co/ZEEetAsFeR
Magna Carta Primary Academy RetweetedBMAT @bmatmagnacarta - Sep 17A library is the beating heart a community. It's a space open to EVERYONE – a public service, dedicated to truth, created for the benefit of us all. Library cuts make each & every one of us poorer, and must be stopped before it's too late. #SaveLibraries @CressidaCowell https://t.co/Z96MCsKtmd
Magna Carta Primary Academy RetweetedBMAT @bmatmagnacarta - Sep 16Teddy bears are being fostered by children as a way of encouraging reading for pleasure. Pupils at Magna Carta Primary Academy are fostering teddies with the promise of reading to them at home for 15 minutes every evening. https://t.co/d4nmaO2F7Y https://t.co/mn3E5KkP8r
Magna Carta Primary Academy RetweetedBMAT @bmatmagnacarta - Sep 15An excellent article on the importance of the #arts, by Michael Rosen. We don't fully realise what untold damage Michael #Gove and his successors have done to education in emphasising the purely measurable, and then cramming us with #tests.. @MoreThanScore https://t.co/CgYoRJog1S