This week saw us hold our annual Harvest Festival, relocated to the school hall after high winds made it difficult to walk to church. Year 3 shared some of their harvest artwork with us, our choir sang for us and Reverend Karen lead our worship. Thanks to all parents who were able to join us.
Today, we held our annual Easter service at St. Mary’s Church. Years 3 & 4 took the service alongside Reverend Karen and told us all about the events leading up to Easter Sunday. Thank you to all the relatives of those children who were able to join us.
Last week, Year 3 visited Bradford Industrial Museum. They experienced life in the 1940’s and got stuck into washing duties using a mangle and starching clothes. Master Hibbetson gave them a taster of what it was like to be a Victorian school child – strictly inspecting heads (for lice) and hands (for dirt) before allowing them into […]
Key Stage 2 took part in a Steel Drum performance on Monday. Lower Key Stage 2 children were lucky to take part in a work shop learning about the drums’ history, how they are played and even had a turn on the drums and a dance! Class 3 children produced these drawings afterwards. The children […]
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 […]
Last Wednesday, years 3 & 4 visited Murton Park (website) in York for their school trip. They all seemed to have a lovely time!
As you may have noticed, Mrs Lee is having another baby and is leaving us to commence her maternity leave. We wish her all the best with her second bundle of joy! To celebrate, we gave her a lovely bunch of flowers earlier this week.
This week, children in Year 3 to 6 were visited by a travelling Planetarium – Mobile Stars. The inflatable dome was enjoyed by many, with plenty of oohs and aahs coming from within! As we went through the tunnel, it was dark and we had to go through in single file. It was a massive […]
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 […]
In the week beginning 12th May 2014, Years 2 and 6 will be taking their statutory assessment tests (SATs). Children in the rest of key stage 2, Year 3-5, will also be taking optional tests (these are optional in that the school has the option whether or not to administer them). As a result of […]