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Year 4 colour poetry. Well done to these two fantastic writers! pic.twitter.com/1C8NRCxXJr

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Happy Easter! We hope you enjoy your Easter egg treat from all of us at Magna Carta! Stay safe, have fun and see you soon! pic.twitter.com/CsP9pfhe2j

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Years 2, 3 and 4 enthralled us with a fabulous retelling of The Pied Piper of Hamelin. There was singing, rapping, dancing, story telling and more! We are very proud of them all. pic.twitter.com/aAcDREPSu8

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Willow have been writing and publishing their fantastically creative ideas! Look at me! Watch me play! Look at me! Watch me put on my make up! pic.twitter.com/kHMTdW1D6u

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🐀 Years 2,3 and 4 performed their version of The Pied Piper.👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Parents and carers attended and witnessed the enthusiastic performance.🧑‍🏫 A big thank you to all staff involved in this production whose guidance behind the scenes helped to make this play happen. pic.twitter.com/4LEYpE0ag1

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Year 6 are visiting Mountfitchet Castle today! We have already had many adventures and have learnt so much. pic.twitter.com/ddVvbGEgHk

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Year 5 exploring the IWM Duxford. What a fantastic learning experience. Favourite plane of the Day? The Concorde! pic.twitter.com/nWvwog6sKG

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Year 5 visited Duxford Imperial War Museum today. pic.twitter.com/v6B8sAj5GN

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We celebrated World Maths Day on Friday 22nd March. Here is Alex with his geometric shape design. Pupils solved tricky problems, created geometric shape art, played whole school Bingo and solved statistics challenges as a class. A busy day indeed! pic.twitter.com/KKmrreTuwD

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Pupils have been enjoying the milder weather at play and lunch times. Groups of pupils have chosen to build beautiful and creative Bug Hotels in the gardens. The hotels have attracted all sorts of insects from ladybirds to spiders to earthworms. pic.twitter.com/WqLceq1Sqa

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Audrey took great care when completing an observational drawing today. Willow have been learning all about spring flowers and have completed sketching, planting and knowledge-based activities around this topic. pic.twitter.com/9h7rXfYJxe

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These Year 5 writers have excelled in writing a letter in the role of an evacuee as part of their History topic this term. The girls put so much thought and care into their writing, it made us feel as if the letters were really from that time period. Well done! pic.twitter.com/PgoNW8W9mg

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Beech Class trip to Colchester Castle. pic.twitter.com/xENE7sLfjv

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Team work challenges, chariot racing in the Roman Forum, learning all about the Celts and Romans in Britain. We had a great day out at Colchester Castle. pic.twitter.com/5LsgKlxA0c

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Beech Class visit to Colchester Castle. The class built replica Round Houses and Roman Villas. What do you think? pic.twitter.com/jvJB8BNrga

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Mila shared a fantastic book all about being kind and filling up your own bucket by filing up and building up others. She also made a paper plate bag with positive affirmations for school community members. How thoughtful! We shared the story with the whole school in assembly. pic.twitter.com/PUMxfao79H

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Neat, clear and well thought through writing today from Zach in Aspen. He focused on using the word "and". Well done! pic.twitter.com/4fGPZz3OCh

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Year 6 textiles lesson in Design and Technology today. These pupils have designed and created a waistcoat fit for a king or queen. Handstitched and one of a kind! Anybody keen for a fashion show? pic.twitter.com/8VEx30QFkT

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KS2 Cross Country Finals at Carver Barracks. Massive well done to Cameron P in Year 4 who took the gold medal! Well done to all pupils who gave their best efforts and enjoyed the event. ! pic.twitter.com/xeLeWqQkfJ


On we’re celebrating Jen Pearce 🙌 Headteacher at Magna Carta Primary Academy 💙#IWD2024 pic.twitter.com/cW3kN6PK5B

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Home School Agreement



A home-school agreement is a statement explaining the school’s responsibilities towards its pupils, the responsibility of each pupil’s parents and what the school expects of its pupils.  


We ask that parents, pupils and the headteacher sign the agreement before a child is admitted to Magna Carta.


Magna Carta Primary Academy

Home – School Agreement Form

Magna Carta Primary Academy is a safe, creative happy and caring school with an ambitious vision: to aim high, teach to the top and to not have any limits placed on our learning. The school and its families are to work together to ensure that every pupil succeeds.

Pupil’s will

Follow the school’s 3 rules: be kind, be safe and work hard

Strive to live up to the school’s core values and ethos

Be driven to engage in our curriculum by studying and participating fully, applying our curriculum drivers which are:

  1. A knowledge of the world
  2. Investigation and enquiry
  3. Enterprise and aspiration
  4. A local, national and global perspective.

The pupil’s parent/carer will

Make sure the pupil attends school regularly and on time.

Reception – 8:50am - 3:00pm

KS1 – 8:45am – 3:10pm

KS2 – 8:45am – 3:15pm

Support from the school’s Educational Welfare Officer (EWO) is available where necessary.

Contact the school promptly before 9:00am to report a pupil’s absence and the reason for absence – 01279703484 selecting option 1

Ensure contact / medical / dietary / consent details are up to date at all times

Ensure the pupil wears the set school uniform

Attend parent/carer-teacher consultations and information evenings

Make the school aware of any concerns or problems

Support their child with homework

Try to attend school events that their child takes part in

Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour

Not comment on or refer to the school, members of staff or pupils on any social media platforms for example Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp etc thereby violating our safe use of IT policy

Not knowingly publish any photographs or video footage of pupils other than their own children online to respect the wishes of other parents

Contact the school if any help or support is needed

The school will

Care for all pupils’ safety and welfare

Provide pupils with a quality education

Promote and encourage pupils to observe the school rules

Give pupils the tools to enable them to display the school’s values and ethos

Plan lessons to help all pupils achieve their best

Keep parents/carers informed of their child’s progress through regular meetings and reports

Be open and welcoming

Support families experiencing any difficulties

Signed (Parent/Carer)


Parent/Carer Full Name


Relationship to child








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