Welcome to
Moorgate Primary Academy


Moorgate Primary Academy is an inclusive and supportive academy where children achieve well. We pride ourselves on providing a safe, secure and nurturing environment for children which allows them to thrive as learners.

Ofsted 2017 - "There are very good relationships between staff and pupils. These relationships give pupils the confidence they need to tackle difficult work and achieve success."

Our Academy vision is simple; Achieve, Challenge, Enjoy!  In essence this means we firmly expect our children to achieve their best, challenge themselves and enjoy their learning.  We place a big emphasis on this vision in all that we do; through the curriculum we deliver, through the opportunities that we provide for children and their families and also through the community which we so strongly value.

Working with parents is very important to us and in developing a partnership we always welcome views and comments on the school to move the children and school forward. This will ensure that the children of Moorgate Primary Academy are the very best that they can be.

Jonathan Williams, Headteacher

 

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08 Nov Reading Challenge - Congratulations to Class J!! Congratulations to Class J who won last half term's Reading Challenge. All classes were challenged to read the height of Roald Dahl (all 6' 4" of him!). All classes that achieved this received a certificate and Class J (who r... read more
09 Nov Upcoming Event - Moorgate's Got Talent! Come and see our talented children perform in this wonderful competition which gives our children an opportunity to showcase their talents. Whether it's musical, sporting or entertainment - the children will prove that Moorgate's ... read more
13 Nov Remembrance @ Moorgate We are lucky that Revd. Tim Flowers, who is very much part of our school community, is also Chaplain to the 4th Battalion of the Mercian Regiment.  He took the time to visit classrooms and talk to the children about his work and the ... read more

December 2017

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Friday 1st December

Non-Uniform Day (for donation of a bottle for KS2 or a chocolate for KS1)

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Friday 8th December

Christmas Fayre (3:30pm - 5pm)

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Tuesday 12th December

KS2 Church Service -CANCELLED

Flu Vaccinations - YR - Y4

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Wednesday 13th December

R and KS1 Christmas Performance - 2:30pm

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Thursday 14th December

R and KS1 Christmas Performance - 9:30am

Christmas Lunch for children

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Friday 15th December

Polar Express Evening - FOMS Event (4:30pm start - roughly 6:30pm finish)

Come and join us in the hall for a Christmas film and snacks.

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Tuesday 19th December

Christmas Party Menu for Lunch

Christmas Jumper Day

We would love the children to come dressed in their Christmas jumpers for today! We have raised so much money this term for charities and are not asking for a donation for this one. However, we will be collecting for Save the Children UK if the children want to donate (totally voluntarily). Thank you for all you have donated for our chosen charities this term.

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WE ARE PROUD TO BE A PART OF SUA TRUST 

SUAT supports and leads in the set-up of new academies joining the partnership.  The services provided by the central support function cover both educational and non-educational support.  In terms of educational support, SUAT is linked to the School of Eduction of Staffordshire University, which is an outstanding ITT provider.

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