Over the course of the Summer term, Year Five have been thinking about bullying and the consequences it can have. During their music lessons, they have composed numerous anti-bullying raps and this is a composition of the most popular ones.
Before we broke up for our Easter holidays, Year 5 went on a trip to Abbey House Museum on a murder mystery science hunt. They learnt all about the development of forensic science and encouraged them to think analytically and build arguments using evidence. We also heard about how the early policemen operated. Everyone had […]
Last weekend, some children years 5 & 6 went on their annual residential trip. This year they went to Robinwood at Dobroyd Castle, Todmorden. Below, you can watch a video showing some of the things they got up to during their time there.
Please can I start with a reminder about our Harvest Appeal. This year we are joining St Mary’s Church in supporting the Cleckheaton Refugee Crisis Appeal. The Church will be open from 10.30am-12.30pm on Saturday 24th October for people to drop off their donations and stay to join in their coffee morning if you wish. […]
Recently, some children in Year 5 and 6 went on our annual residential. They visited Condover Hall between the 5th and 7th June! Below is a collection of photos from the event.
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 5’s touching film to say goodbye and thank you to Mrs Scott.
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 […]
Last Friday, Year 5 delighted staff by washing their cars for them. For only a small fee – staff could choose to pay anything from £3 upwards – the children, alongside Mr Pitts and Mrs Hacking, washed 11 of the cars in the car park that day. This was a sponsored event in aid of […]