Moor Hall Primary School
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The achieving child is a motivated, critical thinker who makes reasoned judgements in order to achieve high standards. This is achieved through discovery and engagement and skilful teaching within a stimulating environment where opportunities for success are constructed within a broad curriculum.
At Moor Hall, we encourage children to discuss and debate issues, showing respect for others ideas and points of view. We expect high standards of behaviour and work hard to prevent all forms of bullying. Our curriculum is designed to support children in being thoughtful, caring and active citizens both within the school and in the wider community.
A caring child who considers their well-being as well as the well-being of others. We have a wide range of opportunities to actively promote fitness. This includes lunchtime sport sessions, our outdoor gym, specialist teaching of PE and the use of our daily mile course.
We encourage children to express their views and involve themselves in decisions that affect their lives in school. From the very start of school, systems are designed to develop children’s independence. Children are taught to reflect on their learning, understanding that mistakes are positive learning opportunities. We have active school council and class councils.
The Moor Hall Child
Year 1 have really enjoyed being historians for our Great Fire of London topic. The work produced for their ‘Proof of Progress’ task absolutely proves this! Well done team! #achievingchild #confidentchild #moorhallchildView this Tweet
Year 6 contemplate the extraordinary life of a most remarkable hero - Walter Tull - see some of their writing ✍️View this Tweet
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