Moy Regional Primary School was built in 1931 and renovated and extended in 1968. At present the school consists of three classrooms, a large assembly /P.E hall, a kitchen and playing field. The school grounds are neatly laid out with shrubs, trees and large areas of grass. There are two large hard surface playgrounds, one used by Foundation and Key Stage 1 children and the other by Key Stage 2.
We welcomed Moy Area Playgroup to our school building in June 2010, where they now occupy two classrooms which were surplus to our requirements at the time. Outdoor playground space is timetabled for use by both school and playgroup.
Aerial photograph of Moy Regional Primary School taken in 2010
Key Stage 2 playground
Foundation Stage classroom
Children in all classrooms benefit from the support of at least one dedicated classroom assistant for all or part of the school day. Mrs Little is also very ably supported by Mrs Stockdale, as Principal Release teacher.
Lunch time supervisors, a secretary, cook and kitchen staff also form vital members of our staff team, who work together to provide a welcoming, happy and child centred learning environment.
Moy Regional is a busy school with lots going on both in and outside the classroom. Visitors are frequently invited into our school and a broad range of after schools programmes are offered to all pupils.
Check out our calendar for upcoming events. Our photo gallery will give an insight into Moy Regional school life.