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Training Days for the New Year                     31st October 2016

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Autumn Term 2016

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Autumn Term Notices

  • Tuesday 29th November- KS2 SATs Parent Information Evening for Year 6 parents. Two presentations - 3:30pm and 5:30pm. Can't make it? Then click here for our SATs information booklets and presentations.
  • Wednesday 30th November- Planetarium morning in school. (Year 1) Change of date
  • Wednesday 30th November- Space topic parent presentation- 2.45pm in the hall
  • Wednesday  30th November- Walk to The Synagogue (please can children wear sensible shoes)
  • Friday 2nd December- Year 2 Parent Presentation- 10.30am in the hall
  • Friday 2nd December - Non uniform day for the Christmas Fair children to bring £1
  • Wednesday 7th December - Panto in the morning (whole School)
  • Wednesday 7th December- School Christmas Nativity for Lower School
  • Year One parents- 1.30-2.00
  • Year Two parents 2.30-3.00
  • Tuesday 6th December- Year 6 Parent Presentation- 9am in the hall.
  • Thursday 8th December- Christmas Winter Fair-  Children will be singing Christmas carols in the afternoon until 5pm.
  • Thursday 8th December 9.15am - School Christmas Nativity for Lower school (Year 3 [parents only)
  • Thursday 8th December 10.30am- Reception Nativity
  • Friday 9th December- Year 4 Parent Event- 9am in the hall.
  • Tuesday 13th December Christmas party Year 3
  • Wednesday 14th December Year 1 Christmas party
  • Thursday 15th December  Whole school Christmas dinner 
  • Thursday 15th December- Reception Christmas party
  • Friday 16th December - Christmas party  (Year 2)

 

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"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

         Blog by Pat Heron, Chair of Governors

 

Welcome to the new term at Moor Allerton Primary

Ghosts, Ghouls and celebrations

I realise that the school year is crammed with events and deadlines and that all schools are busy places, but the Autumn term in school always seems to be busiest. There is so much to do and to organise and I’m coming around to thinking, that the children in our school have a better social life than most adults.

The Scary Story Night happened last week. This is where teachers and children from the school are dressed up for the occasion and tell tales of things that go bump in the night. Frightening themselves and others as their tales are revealed.

We have our very important parent consultation events where we want to hear from you, our families, about your experiences in school. The partnership that we develop with parents is key to improving our school so please make sure that you have your say and that your voice is heard. Contact the school to get a copy of the parent/carer questionnaire if you didn't get a chance to fill on in on your consultation evening.

Thursday 10 November sees the school’s Light Night event which I discover is a celebration of Diwali, Hanukah, and Bonfire Night. Y6 children tell the stories of these 3 festivals to an audience of younger children and their parents. Light snacks will be available provided by one of our lovely local families; there will be Dhol drums and the opportunity to join in on a torch lit walk.  Make sure that you are there for 6 pm prompt and be prepared to be entertained for an hour. I shall be there! And if that wasn’t enough, preparations for the Christmas celebrations are underway; so many decisions and so little time to do everything. Check out the website home page for details of dates for this term.

All this and the day job too.

Pat