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Mount Pleasant Junior School welcomes you to our school community.  We are a school that is committed to working in partnership with families. 

This website is intended to provide useful information as your child joins this school, as well as providing answers to some of the questions you may have as your child progresses on their educational path.  It is also a central point of information about our school and its daily life.  

May I emphasise the value placed on parental involvement and support.  I hope you will take the opportunity to visit the school not only on the formal parent consultation evenings held every term but at anytime you have specific or general concerns regarding your child's progress or welfare.  Together as a partnership we can work towards the very best for your child.

 

Mrs A Palmer

Headteacher

 

Please click on the items below to see statements of the school's values and ethos.

 

Vision Statement

Promoting British Values at Mount Pleasant

 

Mount Pleasant News

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Schools' Golden Jubilee Gardens - Burnby Hall, Pocklington

Mount Pleasant was invited to join other schools in the area to celebrate Burnby Hall Gardens Golden Jubilee.  Click here for more information and pictures of our garden. 

School Meals - Please click here for the Autumn/Winter Term Daily Lunch Menu (from September to February half term).

 

 

Be Bright Be Seen

We would like to encourage all pupils to wear bright, reflective clothing this time of year and through the winter to make sure they stay safe and visible while making their way to and from school.  Please visit the ‘Think’ (road safety) website for further information: http://talesoftheroad.direct.gov.uk/be-bright.php

 

 

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EAST RIDING LOCAL OFFER

Local authorities are required by the Government to set out and publish a ‘local offer’ by September 2014.

The purpose of the ‘local offer’ is to provide clear accessible information about what services are available in the area for parents, children and young people aged 0 – 25 with Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND).

Please click on the button below to access the East Riding Local Offer Website.

Information regarding the Mount Pleasant Local Offer can be found on this website under the 'Information' 'Parents Information' tabs, or simply click here for our School’s SEND Local Offer.