Moortown Primary School is a wonderful school tucked away in Moortown, North Leeds.

Moortown Primary is a happy and healthy place to learn. Ofsted judge us to be outstanding and our Key Stage 2 SAT results are amongst the highest in the country: consistently over 90% of our children attain Level 4 or more and make expected progress or better.

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We are very much a ‘family’ school: we cultivate and nurture attitudes of support, respect and care in all our activities and relationships and for all our children. Equally important is learning. We set high standards in everything we do and strongly believe in the importance of the core skills of reading, writing and mathematics.

At Moortown, we also believe that primary school education is an experience that all children should enjoy to the full. We therefore offer a broad and balanced curriculum: drama and health are strengths in our school. The multi-cultural dimension of our school’s community is another strength: we celebrate our many diverse backgrounds. This helps our children to become positive and active citizens.

This website – with its photos, children’s work, quotes, Twitter and news updates – should give you a picture of life at Moortown Primary School but do please come and see the school at work and discover how your child could thrive here.

Latest News

Posted on 29 July 2017 by Mr Roundtree

Occasionally, we receive an updated social media update from the West Yorkshire Police safeguarding team. This update includes a list of … Continue reading “Reading”

Posted on 27 July 2017 by Mr Roundtree

Thanks to all those of you who took the time to complete our recent parent / carer survey. There were … Continue reading “Our parents/carers annual survey”

Posted on 24 July 2017 by Mr Roundtree

Now that we’ve finished the school year, we thought you might be interested to see the progress in writing from … Continue reading “How writing progresses across year groups”

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