See pictures from our performance of Cinderella Rockafella!
Downloadable photographs of our sports teams for 2016. Hover over the image to see the team name.
Year 4, 5 and 6 had a fabulous workshop with Richard Jeffries. He soon had us singing in four part harmony, which was both tricky and great fun. Richard also promoted the value of singing: the health benefits and academic benefits to both adults and children alike. He explained how to participate in one of the many different choirs in Sutton Coldfield and also promoted the Youth Orchestra too. If anyone is interested in joining a choir or the orchestra please contact Richard at: suttoncoldfieldchoirs.org.uk
We had a fabulous fun singing session today... We had our very own live band and sang all the great Christmas pop songs we could think of! We listened, we laughed, we sang, we danced and above all we enjoyed. Thank you.
A few photographs from last night's show. What a wonderful job well done!
Photographs from last night's ceremony at Sutton Town Hall. We are so proud of all of the children who successfully completed this award scheme. Special thanks go to Mrs Curwen who organised the scheme and supported the children.
Y6 had a wonderful time at Kingsbury Water Park on Monday and Tuesday. They really enjoyed the activities but did not get much sleep.
An excellent day out with the wildlife club at Sandwell Valley.
We had an Easter Hat competition on Friday. There were lost of fantastic entries so the judging was extremely difficult! Many thanks to Zoe Harold for organising the prizes and to Mr Patrick who produced the certificates.
The Greeks came to run a workshop with Year 6 and everyone had a lot of fun. This was an interactive day of learning!
Some photographs of our excellent carol concert at St James' church.
On Friday 13th November we all dressed up as 'super heroes' for Children in Need. The school raised £240 for this excellent cause. Thank you to everyone who donated and joined in with the fun!
Some highlights from this evening's wonderful show.
A memorable day at our school.
On 8th July children from Y6 were formally presented with their awards for completing the Rotary Junior Community Programme. The award recognised the children''s sustained commitment to enhancing their own life experiences and also getting directly involved in their community. We are all very proud of the 18 children who successfully completed the scheme.
Children from Y5 and Y6 were invited back to the Council House after impressing the Lord Mayor of Birmingham and his colleagues during the 'Citizenship Week Debate'. We are all very proud of them. The children had a memorable morning with the Lord Mayor. This included refreshments and a tour of the parlour. The Lord Mayor gave the children lots of interesting information all about the history of the City of Birmingham and how key elements of local government function. We would like to express sincere thanks to the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Mrs Brew and staff at the Council House for giving our children such a wonderful opportunity.
Wow! Miss Jones and I certainly had a huge challenge - deciding on prize winners for our Easter competition. The children (and clearly parents) did a wonderful job and we have included some photographs of some excellent bonnets to this gallery. Well done everyone who took part!
Spring concert On Wednesday evening we had a musical concert featuring the majority of our instrumentalists and our school choir. It is amazing to think that 10% of the children in KS2 play the 'cello. Some of the children performing we're as young as 4 years old. We now have a large percentage of the school playing instruments - violin, flute, clarinet, 'cello and keyboards. The children sang with great enthusiasm giving a rendition of music from the 1960's. The children's singing and laying were interspersed with performances from their teachers including an impromptu hand bell rendition of Puff the Magic Dragon by the staff. Special thanks go to Mrs Collins, Mr Watts, Miss Adamson, Mr Smith and Mrs Riley.
A selection of photographs from Y5's residential visit to the Abernant Lake Hotel, taken on Thursday and Friday by Mr Steggall.
Friday 28th March saw our annual KS1 Mother's Day Assembly. All classes worked extremely hard preparing work, learning lines and a brand new song for their mum's. A huge thank you to Mr Watts for preparing and teaching such a wonderful song for and to the children!
On Tuesday 4th March children in Year One visited Sutton Park. We had a busy day going on a scavenger hunt, playing 'Pooh sticks' on the bridge, visiting the donkeys (they smelled) and we even discovered a badger sett.
Children represented Moor Hall School at the Lord Mayor's debate on Tuesday 11th March. They had a memorable afternoon debating a motion that ' children and teachers should walk to school and, if they live over a mile away, should use public transport.' The children went with Little Sutton and Whitehouse Common schools and the standard of debate was extremely high. The children were given an opportunity to look around the Council House, including the Lord Mayor's parlour. It was a memorable event and thanks go to everyone who participated.
On Monday 10th March visitors from St Mary's school in Japan visited our school. We shared songs and gifts. The visitors performed a Japanese tea ceremony and then helped children with calligraphy in their classes.
We had great fun celebrating World Book Day at school.
We were all very sorry to say goodbye to Mrs Keeley as she leaves to a new job having worked at Moor hall for 5 years. Mrs Keeley will be missed by us all.
Children from Y4 took part in the RSPB Big School Bird Watch. They were assisted by Mrs Glare and Mr Fisher from the RSPB. They all had a lovely time and spotted several different varieties of bird including wrens and a dunnock.
Inter House Multi Skills 15th November 2013
To celebrate Moor Hall's 50th Birthday, in September we all took part in a sponsored walk. Children in Key Stage One had to dress up in clothes from 2000 onwards. We had to walk 10 laps around our school and field!
On Friday 17th January 2014, Class 2 visited St James Church to look at the shapes and patterns of the building. We made notes and sketches while we were there to help us with our art work over the coming weeks.
Class 2 went on a visit to Aston Hall in December 2013. We went to learn more about The Great Fire of London. Class 2 had a fantastic afternoon out, consolidating their learning, experiencing what it would have been like at the time of the fire and some children were even lucky enough to dress up as Samuel Pepys, King Charles and Thomas Farriner!
Children took part in a basketball event at Arthur Terry School on Thursday 9th January. The children supported each other and their excellent behaviour was commented on by Mr Stonebridge at Arthur Terry.
A huge thank you to our school PA who have saved the day yet again! They have kindly supplied us with our lovely Christmas tree and new computer equipment.
Children sang at Tesco in Lichfield on Saturday. Not only did they do our school proud but they raised over £100 for the Birmingham Crisis Centre
Year 5 children had a wonderful day at the Black Country Museum. They followed the life stories of three characters around the museum. Some enjoyed a visit to the cinema too!
On November 15th children and staff came to school in their pyjamas. We had a fantastic day and here are some of our pictures.
Year Six children took part in a football tournament organised by Aston Villa. The boys came runners up overall.
Children and staff had a wonderful afternoon in themed dress to celebrate the start of our 50th anniversary year at Moor Hall. The event raised over £2000 for our school and £150 for MacMillan Nurses. The children walked a combined total of 600 miles!! We were delighted to have Team GB bronze medallists Jane Sixmith and Laura Unsworth join us for our Sponsored Walk. They kindly brought in to school their Olympic medals. Many children were able to touch the medals and had their forms signed by our Olympians. Well done, everyone.
Year 1 children had a fantastic day out at Birmingham's Think Tank.
Year 5 children had a memorable afternoon showing their musical instruments and business plans to two of our governors, Mr Talwar and Mr Williams. The children had to demonstrate how they planned on selling their products and the profit margins they expected to make.
A fabulous time was had by children (and staff) in Year 4 when they time travelled into the Tudor era! Our visit to Blakesley Hall provided the perfect backdrop for our history topic. Staff at Tudor mansion were impressed with our passion for history, authentic costumes and Moor Hall's interpretation of Tudor dancing; we were the first group to teach our own Tudor dance to them!
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