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  • We are independent and we aim to succeed

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Welcome to Moorfield Community Primary School

Moorfield Community Primary School is a friendly and caring school where the children are kind, happy and hard working. We have an extremely dedicated staff team who work hard to ensure we provide world class learning opportunities to the children of Irlam. We are strongly committed to developing children academically, emotionally and socially. Our expectations here are high, both in learning and behaviour. 

I am passionate about ensuring that the children at Moorfield have access to the very best learning opportunities. We want our children to have a thirst for learning and become well rounded citizens of the future.

Please make an appointment to visit us at any time. You’ll quickly get a sense of our values and hopes for every child.

We look forward to welcoming your family to Moorfield Community Primary School.

Mr Nightingale


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News items from school and our weekly 'Talk' question

Seesaw - Learning At Home

We are delighted to introduce our new home learning platform Seesaw - Please click here to find out more

Talk and current affairs
This week's question
(30th November 2020)  - 

Should a tunnel be allowed to be built near Stonehenge?

What's the story?

Plans to dig a road tunnel, near the ancient monument site of Stonehenge in Salisbury, have been approved by the Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps. A two-mile tunnel out of sight of the monument will be built even though it went against the recommendations of planning officials. It is estimated that the tunnel will cost £1.7 billion to create.

Things to talk about at home…

1) Look at the poster showing Stonehenge. What do you think of the World Heritage Site?
Would you like to visit? If you have been, what was it like?

2) Do you think the underground tunnel to replace the road sounds like a good idea?

3) Are there any ancient monuments near to where you live? Have you visited them before?

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