In this section you will find the latest information for events, news and newsletters…
News: 14 July 2020
News: 08 July 2020
Attention all parents! We would like to make sure that we have your up-to-date email address, so that we can move to this being our primary form of communication. It is vitally important that we have your current and working email address, so that we can contact you quickly and efficiently to update you with […]
News: 06 July 2020
From September there will be an opportunity for your child to have instrumental lessons at school, with Make Time for Music. Children can learn to play the guitar/drums/piano or the violin. All the information can be found in the leaflet here. Funding is available from Kent Music School, please click here to find out more […]
News: 25 June 2020
Our Morehall pupils have been hard at work building dens! Brilliant work from all who took part in this challenge, we hope you’ll enjoy the innovation as much as we did!
This year, we encouraged our pupils to do some baking at home of their favourite foods! Everything turned out so delicious by the looks of things, we really would love to tuck into some of these treats! Take a look below at what was baked by our pupils.
This year, Morehall took on the challenge of making ‘natural’ art! Art devised and made entirely from naturally gathered sources, items and debris! Take a look below at some of the brilliant and innovative pieces produced by our pupils this year with the Natural Art Challenge!
News: 09 June 2020
This Summer, we challenge you to take part in the School’s Silly Squad Summer Reading challenge! Curious or want to know more? Click below to find out more information on the 2020 Silly Squad Challenge. Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge 2020
News: 01 June 2020
The week prior, we challenged our pupils to write or say a few words and their messages to everyone! Take a look below at our fabulous entrants and join us in celebrating their messages.
News: 13 May 2020
Take a look at some of the weekly challenges that Morehall pupils have been set: