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School Training Days

Important Dates

Training days

Tuesday 2nd January 2018

Wednesday 3th January 2018

Friday 25th May 2018

Please refer to the school calendar for half term dates.

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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

Weekly attendance update

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

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Internet Safety at MAHPS...

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

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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 has been opened to public consultation between 12.10.17- 29.11.17. follow the link to see the details of what this means for Moor Allerton Hall 

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

Details of the public consultation meetings can be found in these leaflets    English     Urdu    Punjabi

Latest developments:

15.11.17 latest FAQs -updated

15.11.17 explanation of the 'soft'                             consultation process

13.11.17 Consultation Document

18.10.17 letter to parents from the school governors

11.10.17: Joint letter to families here


Giving your child the wings to fly...

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.


‘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.’

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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