Tag: Hunslet Moor Primary School

Mrs. Beeston’s Cookbook

It is often said that the best food in Beeston is the food which is cooked at home – a hidden wealth and treasure conjured daily behind closed doors, but hinted at by the amazing smells which fill the traditional terraced streets. Mrs. Beeston’s Cook Book project sets out to

Pudsey pops into Hunslet Moor for breakfast

Pupils, parents and staff at Hunslet Moor Primary School in Beeston marked Children In Need day with a big charity breakfast this morning (Friday 18 November 2016). The school runs a daily breakfast club, supported by Greggs and PWC, for 40-50 children. The club ensures children are nourished and ready

Consultation to expand Hunslet Moor Primary School

Leeds City Council Inner South Community Committee Consultation to expand Hunslet Moor Primary School Have your say on this… How can stakeholders put their views forward? • You may attend one of our informal drop-in sessions at Hunslet Moor Primary School where you will be able to ask questions and

Children’s Lord Mayor addresses Council

Last Wednesday (13 January 2016) Hannah Begum, the Children’s Lord Mayor of Leeds, addressed the full Council meeting at Leeds Civic Hall. Hannah was joined by Faisal and Tahera, fellow pupils at Hunslet Moor Primary School, and put forward her proposals for a Global Families of Leeds Project. Her idea

Artwork On Lampposts Brighten Up Dewsbury Road

Leeds City Council Inner South Community Committee Artwork on lampposts brighten up Dewsbury Road. School children from 3 local primary schools have been working with The Tetley to design banners for the lampposts along Dewsbury Road in Beeston. The first 16 banners were installed last week and have been designed

Hunslet Moor Primary School Celebrates a ‘Good’ Community Event

  It was only a year ago since I was running “stop Miss Potter” walking, through the school corridors of Hunslet Moor Primary School as the parent support advisor. Now, on Friday 4 July 2014, I am back to enjoy the exciting atmosphere of the school’s Summer Community Event. I

South Leeds Roundup: Building sites, bushcraft and ballet

  Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. Safety on building sites was on the curriculum for children from Beeston Hill St Luke’s, Greenmount and Hunslet Moor primary schools when they met Keepmoat Ken recently. Keepmoat are the main contractor