The internet can sometimes be a little gloomy, so we decided to brighten it up with as many smiles as possible. Some of Year 1’s new smiles are silly ones, some of them just add to our already fabulous smiles, but we hope that you will want to smile when you see them!
After School Clubs will start week beginning 22nd September. Booking is essential, first come basis. The cost is payable in advance with the booking. Day Club Who for Amount to be paid Monday Board games All children in Years 1 – 6 Maximum 20 children £1.50 per session Tuesday Gymnastics All children in Years 1 […]
Year 1 had a fantastic trip to Sheffield Butterfly House and Wildlife Centre. We took part in an amazing animal senses workshop and even stroked a snake, owl and skunk if we were brave enough!! We saw everything from meerkats to marmosets, lizards and lemurs. The sun shone all day long and everyone had a […]
Year 1 had a brilliant time in their Science lesson investigating circuits to make bulbs light up and buzzers go off!
Tomorrow is Safer Internet Day. Children across the school will be learning how to keep themselves safe online and what they can do if they feel unsafe. The day offers the opportunity to focus on both the creative things that children and young people are doing online, as well as the role and responsibility that everyone […]
Photos from last night’s discos, organised by SMASH. (The Year 4, 5, 6 Gallery has been updated with additional photos – 18th July 2013) Reception & Year 1 Years 2 & 3 Years 4, 5 & 6
From the Spenborough Guardian website: Pirates took to the catwalk instead of the plank when they showed off their swashbuckling styles. Pupils from Gomersal St Mary’s Primary School dressed up as pirates and performed a song and fashion show for delighted parents to raise money for the Forget Me Not children’s hospice.
Palm Sunday On Palm Sunday we remember how Jesus and his disciples travelled to Jerusalem to celebrate Passover. Jesus sent James and John to find a donkey. He told them they would find a donkey tied up in a village, the man who owned it was proud to let Jesus borrow it. Jesus rode into […]