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Consultation on school merger

To address the longer term need for additional primary school places in the local area, Leeds City Council are proposing that Allerton Grange High School and Moor Allerton Hall Primary School join together to form a through school for children aged 3-19 years with a four form entry primary intake. This idea was opened to public consultation between 12.10.17- 29.11.17.

Follow this link for the full Consultation Document including what this means for Moor Allerton Hall. 

Latest developments:

1.12.17 letter from Mr Roper at Allerton Grange about there OFSTED judgement and full OFSTED report

1.12.17 letter to parent/carers about the council's response to the consultation

24.11.17 Letter to parent/carers about the governors final response to the consultation

15.11.17 latest FAQs -updated

15.11.17 explanation of the 'soft'                             consultation process

Click here to see the summary consultation document in English   Urdu  or Punjabi

Outdoor Development Grant from the Lottery July 2014

We are delighted to announce that following at lot of really hard work, mainly by our Deputy Head Catherine Phillips, we have been awarded a lottery grant of £9983 to develop our outdoor space.

Keep up to date with the latest developments on this page!

November 2014

We are very excited about our new equipment! The children watched the workmen very closely for days, just waiting for it to be finished. Key stage 2 children have already had a play and think it will brighten up lunchtimes.


October 2014

Our new signs and equipment for the playground have arrived! Mr Rose has already put some of them in place. We can't wait for the rest to be ready.


September 2014

The pathway on the grass area is complete and I'm sure you will agree it is a big improvement.

There was lots of excitement when the workmen arrived and cordoned off the area.


First, they scraped the pathway to make it ready for the new surface. Than they removed the mushrooms as they had not coped well with our rainy weather.


When the new surface went on we could all see a big improvement. Our new pathway is made up of recycled car tyres and we are proud to do our bit to improve the environment.

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