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Small, but, in many ways perfectly formed. The whole place feels loved and cared for, no tatty areas to be seen. Attention to detail is important here – they care, and it shows. According to the children, ‘the teachers here find really fun ways to drill subjects into your head.’ We might struggle a little with the word ‘drill’ but they are all smiles as they say it and we know what they mean. The hillside location means there are limitations – no car park or playing fields on site. However, weight that against spacious grounds...

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What the school says...

At Moorfield we achieve the rare balance between academic rigour and creating a fun, friendly and caring environment where boys and girls can thrive. Pupils are nurtured as individuals and develop the personal confidence to be successful. All pupils proceed to their first choice of senior school.
Set at the foot of Ilkley moor, we make good use of our beautiful location whilst also having the benefit of being an easy walk from the centre of town.
Outstanding teaching from a vibrant and committed staff goes hand in hand with a broad and rich curriculum including exceptional music, plenty of sport, cookery and outdoor learning.
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Acting Head

Since September 2019, Tina Herbert PGCE (40s). Having previously clocked up 10 years at the school as a form teacher, NQT mentor, assistant head and - for the last two years - deputy head, she was already very much part of the furniture. Prior to that, she spent 20 years in state education, starting in Bristol where she did her PGCE and met her husband and where her two daughters were born. Later positions included teaching in Bradford, North Leeds and Skipton, where she was responsible for inspections of church primary schools. Her BA, which she did at York, is in English and theology.

Originally hailing from Yorkshire, it’s perhaps no surprise that her interests include walking on the moors and dales, the only requisite being a tea shop somewhere...

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