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Latest Ofsted Report

I am delighted to share our newly published Ofsted report with you from the inspection at the end of September 2019. We have been judged GOOD in all areas and I am thrilled we finally have the recognition Moor Allerton Hall is a fabulous school.


The way schools are judged has changed. From the beginning of September 2019, inspectors have been judging the quality of education all children receive rather than focussing judgements starkly on overall pupil test outcomes. The inspection also looks at pupil behaviour and attitudes, pupil’s opportunities for personal development and the quality of leadership and management.


The inspectors recognised the excellent work we have done in school to achieve rigorous high-quality provision which challenges and ‘…supports all children to be the best they can be... Pupils of all ages and abilities want to learn. They work hard. They are not put off when they find work difficult.’ Ofsted also noticed our nurturing approach: ‘Work to promote personal development is ‘a golden thread’ that runs throughout the school. Pupils are self-confident. They are proud to be part of a school community that welcomes and values everyone.


Because of changes in the new Ofsted framework, all schools are currently reviewing and revising their curriculum plans. Ofsted recognised we, as other schools, are still in the process of completing this. The work we have done in preparing this term’s topics has been very thorough and we know how to go about this well for the rest of the year. The inspectors noted ‘It is clear from actions that leaders have already taken to plan the curriculum and train staff in how to deliver it, that they are in the process of bringing this about.’ We also know from our School Improvement Adviser, Jackie Reid, that we are way ahead of many schools in this process. Look out for our new curriculum plans on our website.

This Ofsted report shows that children at Moor Allerton Hall have a terrific, rigorous education in a ‘school community that welcomes and values everyone’.

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Due to the COVID pandemic, schools are not required to publish performance data from the following years: 2020, 2021 and 2022