Abraham Moss Community School
Manchester, United Kingdom
About Abraham Moss Community School
Abraham Moss Community School is a mixed, mainstream, non-denominational all-through school in Crumpsall, Manchester. It caters to students aged between three and sixteen and has approximately 1,653 pupils enrolled.
Abraham Moss Community School was founded in 1973 and was named after Abraham Moss, who was Lord Mayor of Manchester from 1953 to 1954.
Vision and values
The school promotes and upholds British values including democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and respect and tolerance. Students are taught that everyone has the right to be heard, that all are bounded by the law of the country and that everyone has the right to their own views. Moreover, pupils learn that everyone has equal rights and deserves equal respect. Teachers strive to develop creativity, resilience, employability skills and positive engagement with the wider community.
Abraham Moss Community School prioritises literacy and numeracy skills. It also promotes the spiritual, moral, social and cultural aspects of education through PSHE and Citizenship, as well as RE. Arts and sports are provided to ensure a more rounded education for each child.
“At the heart of the school is a passion for all pupils to succeed. All pupils are very well cared for and looked after. The school provides excellent specialist support for pupils who are new to the country, including refugees and those seeking asylum.”