We are an Operation Encompass school

Operation Encompass is a partnership between police and schools.

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One of the principles of Operation Encompass is that all incidents of domestic abuse are shared with schools, not just those where an offence can be identified.

This is the early reporting to school when a child has been exposed to domestic violence or domestic abuse. School can then monitor the child and provide support if necessary.

Every school appoints a trained Key Adult – the Key Adult is the person who receives information about police attended Domestic Abuse incidents.

The Key Adult will be notified prior to the start of the next school day that the police have attended an incident of domestic abuse. This timely information sharing enables appropriate support to be provided for that child so that all interactions, from when the child first arrives at the school gates, are of a positive nature.

We are an Operation Encompass school.

For further information, please come in and see us.

Please click below to access the Operation Encompass webiste

Operation Encompass

Pivotal MAPA approach

Pivotal Education inspires, motivates and creates measurable change in behaviour, relationships and learning.

Pivotal Education was founded in 2001 to dramatically improve behaviour training for teachers across schools and colleges. Today, they are a multi-award winning education training consultancy, specialising in leading behaviour change.

Pivotal MAPA, the Management of Actual or Potential Aggression for schools, is a BILD and CPD accredited Instructor certification programme.

Elevate standards of Behaviour

Improve staff confidence

Positive role-models

Please click below to access the PDF containing more information on the MAPA approach in schools.

Pivotal MAPA approach

Coronavirus – Advice

Coronavirus – Advice for all early years providers, schools and further education providers.

The government is closely monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus and is taking action at home and abroad.

The overall risk of Coronavirus to the UK remains moderate. However we understand that people may be concerned where there are children, students or staff returning from or visiting China.

The government is closely monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus and is taking action at home and abroad.

Foreign Travel Advice

Novel coronavirus and avian flu: advice for travel to China

Novel coronavirus and avian flu: What you need to know

Latest information and advice can also be found at:

Coronavirus (COVID-19): latest information and advice

LCFC Aspirations Day

Steve Walsh, Alan 'The Birch' Birchenall, Matt Piper and Filbert Fox were among the guests involved in Leicester City in the Community’s Aspirations Day at Mowmacre Hill Primary School.

  • Pupils at Mowmacre Hill Primary School were treated to a series of events with guests associated with Leicester City for a whole day

  • The purpose of Aspirations Day is to get students to think about their career prospects

  • Students from each year group took part

  • The day was built on last year’s success of the schools’ series of guest assemblies focusing on inspiring the children

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Mowmacre Hill Primary School - Celebrates aspirations day with Foxes favourites

Ofsted Rated Good

Ofsted Report

The School received a 2 day inspection in June 2019. The team of inspectors were very clear in their judgements and recognised that the school had made many significant improvements since the last inspection in 2017.

The Inspection team judged Mowmacre Hill Primary School to be a “Good” school with many qualities focussing on the wellbeing and achievements of our pupils. Standards are continuing to rise and pupils are increasingly well prepared for the next steps of their education. The school was described as inclusive, positive and aspirational where Staff feel valued, and are highly motivated.

The inspection also recognised the collaborative relationship that the school has with The Discovery Schools Academy Trust and the effective contribution the Trust makes to support school improvement.

Pupils show compassion and empathy for other people. They are proud of their school, behave well and feel that they are kept safe.

The school is very proud of this report and the hard work of all staff and pupils has paid off - we are still on our journey of school improvement and know what our next steps are to ensure that the school continues to shine.

I hope that you enjoy reading our report and recognise the many qualities of our school.

Matthew Peet - Headteacher


Please take a look at our most recent reports by clicking on the links below.

OFSTED Inspection Report June 2019

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