Moorside High School

Moorside High School

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A friendly, caring school with a family ethos

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Moorside HighSchool

Moorside High School is proud of the ‘family ethos’ we have developed. This has culminated in the high levels of attainment, high attendance and standards of behaviour that Ofsted graded as ‘outstanding’.

The school is located either side of the East Lancashire Road, south of Swinton town centre within the Salford Local Authority.

The purpose built, Building Schools for the Future school has state of the art curriculum areas that support the high quality teaching and learning. Pupils are actively encouraged to be independent learners in an environment that stimulates their imagination.

We are a community high school that prides itself on the interaction with its neighbours and partners, within these pages are just a small part of what we do every year to support others through curricular projects, charity events and personal challenges.

After reading about our school you may want to visit us or ask how your child can become part of the Moorside Family. If you do then contact us by email info@moorsidehigh.com or telephone us on 0161 921 1045

Thank you for your interest in Moorside.







Moorside awarded School of the Year at
Key 103s Time to Shine awards!



 


Latest news  


Congratulations to the above pupils who have won the
'Change' poetry competition in their year group category!


Wear it Pink Day 2018
To raise money for Brest Cancer UK Moorside will be turning pink on Friday 19th October! Pupils and staff will be wearing Pink for the day and bringing in a £1 donation for the charity. Any pupils not wishing to take part should wear full school uniform as normal.


Word of the Week
"Chasten"
to discipline for the purpose of making better
Find more literacy here 


Take part in Moorside's Armistice Competition
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 Parent/ Pupil Workshop
Thank you to the English Department who held their first workshop of the academic year.  Pupils worked alongside their parent/s to develop understanding of the 3 under-performed questions from their previous mock exam. Pupils have been sent revision materials to work on over the half term break.


Year 11 revision has commenced
Thank you to Manactco, who came to perform 15 short poetry productions to support the up and coming Literature examination. The Year 11 cohort were able to make notes and take part in a question and answer session to help deepen understanding.

 Congratulations to Ethan Grimshaw
who took part in the 2018 School Games!

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MOORSIDE HIGH SCHOOL YOU DID IT AGAIN!
Thank you to pupils, staff and parents for your amazing effort today with the Macmillan cake sale! We sold cakes and hot chocolate at break and lunchtime and still have enough to do it all again on Monday. It was like Bruce Bogtrotter meets Miss Trunchbull (and that was just the staff ). 
We managed to raise a grand total of £500! 
Well done to the prefects for organising the event!


Congratulations to our head boy Joe Carroll
who took part in the Tall Ships Races 2018!

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MOBILE PHONE SURVEY:
The latest research and the information from the culture secretary is that mobile phone use is detrimental to socialisation, learning and behaviour in schools.  The Head of Ofsted, Amanda Spielman, is also backing head teachers when the decision is taken to ban mobile phones in school.
Please complete the Phone Survey.

BICYCLE SHEDS:
A reminder to all parents:
If your child cycles to school we have bicycle sheds for your child to use. Your child must have a way of securing their bicycle in these sheds.
We also advise that pupils should be wearing helmets when riding their bikes.

MOBILE PHONES:
Important information regarding the use of mobile phones in school.  Click here to find out more.

CHILD EMPLOYMENT AWARENESS:
Did you know that there were restrictions and guidelines for the employment of children in full time education?  For more information click here.

CHEWING GUM:
A polite reminder to everyone who accesses our campus not to drop chewing gum on the floor. Please remind pupils of our school policy which states that pupils should not bring chewing gum into school. For more information click here 

PARKING RESTRICTIONS:
A polite reminder to all parents that the Dean’s Road car park is not a drop off point for pupils. For more information click here. 

 PUPIL PREMIUM
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Pupil Premium page.

Ofsted Report 2014 Now Available 
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 See our Ofsted page for further information.