6th April 2017
Our Storytelling Project received some well deserved recognition recently, when the local news paper heard about the project and asked for further information.
Storytelling is something that we are all extremely proud of here at Moorside.
It was originally initiated in 2014 by Mrs. Robinson, our reading lead, after she saw how fascinated her own children were when hearing stories from their grandparents.
Mrs. Robinson contacted Reverend Ruth Watson at the United Reformed Church, in the hope that there would be some elderly parishioners happy to hear our pupils read and share stories of their own childhoods.
Mrs Ann Scott, one of the Reading volunteers commented, "It is a pleasure to listen to the delightful, well behaved children who each told their stories with enthusiasm and feeling". Mr Bill Lomax said "I suppose we oldies are a sort of living history book to them. Altogether, this is a great learning experience for young and old..."
For further information and photographs of our children taking part, please visit our Storytelling Project page.
17th February 2017 - We were honoured to receive a letter from the Minster of State for School Standards, Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP congratulating the school on our high levels of progress.
Letter from MP Nick Gibb
17th November 2016 - Salford Red Devils Foundation hosted a Touch Rugby League at the AJ Bell stadium which Moorside were proud to take part in.
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8th September 2016
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Scarlett, 10, beats 120,000 to win Living Streets for Moorside Primary9th September 2015
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