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Important Dates

Training dates

Tuesday 2nd Jan 2018

Wednesday 3rd Jan 2018

Fiday 25th  May 2018

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Please can you vote for Ibrahim Miah the Moor Allerton Hall candidate for Children's Mayor and Kerr Mackie's candidate as second before Friday 15th September. For further detail  please see this link.  Thank you for your support.

We are very excited about our new block for year 6 which opens on Monday 11th September.  Some other year groups have moved too.  Please see the map to find your child's class and their new entrance.

School Open Day Event

Reception open day event for September 2018 intake.

Friday 10th  November 10am

Tuesday 14th November 1.30pm

Thursday 23 November 6.00pm

No appointments needed.

Pleas may we request that you arrive on time.  Thank you.

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For previous newsletters please click on Parent Information

Summer 1 Newsletter- May 2017

Governors Newsletter Feb 2017

Pupil Voice Newletter December 2016

Free Sports Coaching Sessions

Richmond House School in Far Headingley is hosting free sports coaching in rugby, cricket and netball with coaches from Yorkshire Carnegie , St Chad's Brromfield Cricket club and Elite Netball.

Saturday 10th June 10am-12 noon

for children aged 7-10

To book a place ring 0113 2752670 or email marketing@rhschool.org

Additional primary places in September 2017

Following discussions between our school and Leeds City Council, the Governing Body has agreed to admit an additional ‘bulge’ cohort of 30 children in September 2017. This means that the school will admit 90 children in its Reception cohort and these children will have a secure place at the school through to Year 6. There will be 3 classes of 30 children, led by a qualified teacher and support staff.

A letter has been sent to all parents which includes some frequently asked questions, but if you wish to discuss further, please feel free to approach the Headteacher on the playground, before or after school, or make contact via the school office. 

Main events this month...

July 

Thur 13th July   -     Summer Fayre

Fri 14th July    -       Report will be sent home

Tues 18th July  -      Year 1 end of year party

Thurs  20th July   -  Year 6 production

Tues 25th July-        Year 6 Leavers Party

Wed 26th July    -    Year 6 Leavers Assembly

For futher dates please see our school diary

Weekly attendance update

We update our attendance weekly. Please see here to see how we are doing.

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Click on the link below to visit our eSafety page. This page gives parents and pupils helpful advice about how to stay safe online.

Advice when your child has worries

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Welcome to Moor Allerton Hall

Our school has great children who bring a wide range of excellent experiences to share. You will find as you go round school that classes are full of friendly children who know how to learn together and look after each another. We believe working with families is essential, so we will keep parents & carers involved in their child’s learning.

OFSTED 

‘The senior leadership team, governors and dedicated staff have determinedly made many changes that are improving the school’

‘The school’s values are used well by staff to encourage pupils to celebrate their achievements, raise aspirations and increase pupils’ respect for each other.’

Our latest OFSTED report from May 2017 is now available. Please read the Parent/Carer letter  for more information on the overall judgements and our next steps. We encourage you to read the full OFSTED report to see the many excellent comments about our school.

'Leaders have transformed the teaching of reading since 2016… pupils’ progress in reading is improving rapidly and there is greater consistency in teaching across classes’

The schools’ caring culture is ever present. Pupils are considerate and thoughtful towards others.’

Parent View 

Ofsted inspections  - A guide for parent/ carers

 

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What our children think...

"My son (in Year 1) rated his day at school on Monday as, "99 out of 100", he'd had such a great time: apparently only his birthday and Christmas Day would have scored more highly. Today was ranked an almost equally impressive "97". There have been no special events this week (Alien Day, World Book Day etc.), just regular school days. I wanted to feed back his glowing endorsement of MAH. As parents, we've been consistently impressed with the rate of his learning and development, but how fabulous that he's also enjoying himself so much along the way!" Year 1 Parent and Child

'As part of our School Council people tell us their ideas,' Asim.

'Our buddies at playtime are always around to help. If someone is upset, we try and play with them,' Ria.

'We have lots of trips. We went on an adventure to Malham Cove,' Aitzaz.

'Our topics are brilliant! In our 'Space' topic, we learnt about planets and astronauts,' Rayna.

'My favourite topic is the circus because one day our teachers dressed up as a clown,' Erin.

'We have our own amazing world wide library,' Krisha.

'I like the library because there are lots of books to choose from,' Amrit

Governors' Blog

Please can all children vote for Ibrahim, the Moor Allerton Hall candidate for Children's Mayor and kerr Mackie's candidate as second before Friday 15th September at this link.  Thank you

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         Blog by Pat Heron, Chair of Governors

What does the OFSTED report mean for Moor Allerton Hall?

The support from you as parents and carers during ofsted was incredibly positive; both in the comments made to the inspectors in the playground and the results of the parentview questionnaire. It is great to have your backing; it makes such a difference to all we do in school.

Although we are obviously disappointed we were not yet able to show the inspectors consistent evidence of good progress in all subjects across school, it is obvious they believe we are on the right track. If you haven’t read the full ofsted report yet it is worth checking out. There are some fantastic comments in it about how well school is doing, even taking into consideration the higher criteria of inspection.

The inspectors certainly realised how good we are at nurturing all of our children and developing their personal, social, moral and spiritual development. We are also really pleased that our biggest priority of reading – which gave nearly 50% of schools’ shock test results last year- is now much improved: ‘Leaders have transformed the teaching off reading since 2016… pupils’ progress in reading is improving rapidly and there is greater consistency in teaching across classes’

Of course, we know we have some hard work to do to address the areas which the inspectors pointed out we need to improve. We as governors are already working on this with the senior leaders in school. We hope you will continue to support us to do even better in the coming year.

In the meantime, our school continues to get its name in the press and the community for positive successes including being Year 6 champions at the 7 aside football inter-schools’ tournament and our first and second place wins in the Leeds Schools Team Debating competition at the Civic Hall. For more details of all our school achievements, see our facebook feed.

We hope you will join us for more exciting events this half term.

Pat