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. 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.

Every pupil at Moortown Primary School is an enthusiastic, positive and expressive learner – but it's not just our children! We are all learners: we can keep on learning new methods, new facts, new points of view.

This section is all about learning and how parents / carers can support or join in the learning process.

In this section

  • Class News::

    news, updates and photos from your child's class and the learning that's taking place

  • Homework::

    find out what this week's homework and spelling list is for your child

  • Help Your Child::

    download some guides that will help you to support your child's learning at home

  • Phonics::

    learn more about how we teach the early stages of reading and writing

  • Calculations::

    advice about how to support their children with calculations

  • National Curriculum::

    aims and structure of the National Curriculum for schools in England

  • Our Curriculum::

    how our topics meet National Curriculum requirements

  • Expectations::

    download the age-related expectations for your child

  • Reception:

    an overview of principles and practice in the Foundation Stage

  • SMSC::

    discover how we promote your child's social, moral, spiritual and cultural development

  • Health::

    all about our happy and healthy school

  • RSE::

    learn more about relationships and sex education at Moortown Primary

  • RE::

    all state-maintained schools in England are required to teach religious education