Welcome from the Headteacher

On behalf of the staff, pupils, our trust partners and governors, I would like to welcome you to our website. Moat Farm Junior School prides itself in providing a happy, safe, secure and supportive learning environment where good order and discipline are preserved to enable all children to achieve academic success and personal fulfilment. Our school is well resourced, well staffed and well regarded locally. We are proud of our achievements and the breadth of experiences that we are able to offer our pupils. Please browse our website to find out more. Thank you for your interest in Moat Farm Junior School Trust. Ms L.Stone Head Teacher


Year 3 Nativity Play

Monday 12th December: Year 3 Nativity Play – PM

Sandwell MBC Online Safeguarding Alert

There is an  app called ‘Dubsmash’ which is  video messaging app where people can upload themselves singing over famous songs and then choose to share via Whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram or via a text message.  It is not intended for children under 18 and you must be 18 or 13 years or older with parents permission to use it. However, there are some primary school
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Sandwell MBC Online Safeguarding Alert

There is an app called ‘Dubsmash’ which is video messaging app where people can upload themselves singing over famous songs and then choose to share via Whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram or via a text message. It is not intended for children under 18 and you must be 18 or 13 years or older with parents permission to use it. However, there are some primary school children utilising this app.

There is also a question and answer site about the app where someone has asked whether or not they should upgrade to Dubsmash 2. It says:

‘Dubsmash 2 has nothing to do with Dubsmash but is a malware app that hides itself on phones and then pushes users to porn sites. As soon as it is set up, the icon deletes itself and runs in the background without the users knowledge.’ I would request that school’s alert parents to this and monitor what their children are accessing.