Welcome to West Moors Middle School. Best middle school results in Dorset for Greater Depth: 33% (compared with an average of 21% across all schools in Dorset) of children attained Greater Depth in Writing. and 26% (compared with an average of 22% across all schools in Dorset) of children attained Greater Depth in Maths. Virtual Open Event- Thinking about your child joining us in September 2021? Please visit our Admissions page to view our virtual tours.

Links

Here are some links to good quality websites that give information and advice to parents and students on many different issues, please click on the title link to access the website.

Bullying Online

A UK registered charity website which offers practical help and advice for children and parents tackling school bullying.

Get Net Wise

Internet safety and security site for parents and families. Contains information about keeping children safe online, stopping unwanted e-mail and spam, keeping your personal information private and protecting your computer from hackers and viruses. Computing

 Think you know

A brilliant e-safety website produced by CEOP - Learn how to stay safe online.

 Child Internet Safety

A brilliant e-safety website produced by UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) - Access free e-safety tips for parents & free fun stuff for children...

 Parentline Plus

A UK registered charity website which offers support to anyone parenting a child.

The Parent Centre

Department for Education and Skills (DfES) website for all parents and carers who want to help their child or children to learn. It offers support, information and advice about your child's learning and the English education system.

 Wired for Health

A series of websites managed by the Health Development Agency. Provides health information for a range of audiences that relating to the National Curriculum and the National Healthy School Standard.

 BUPA Head Lice Advice

Head lice are a widespread and sometimes unpleasant infection, especially among school-age children. A common misconception is that they are a symptom of poor hair hygiene - rest assured this is not true. Lice are equally likely to be found on clean or dirty hair!

 School Nursing Website

Children's health and wellbeing advice & information - Also how to find your nearest school nurse.