Mrs Burrow writes: SMASH are continuing to help raise vital funds for all children at school. So, with this in mind, we are planning our next school disco which will take place on Thursday 10th April. As the disco will be at Easter time, we would like to invite your child to make an […]
SMASH (St. Mary’s Associates of School and Home)
We are pleased to announce that SMASH has organised a textile collection with Bag2School in order to raise funds for the school. Bag2School are the UK’s leading textile recycler and fundraiser working with schools and since its inception in 2001 they have now paid out over £16 million. As well as raising vitally needed funds […]
We have a new Sports Kit in school, kindly paid for by our Parent’s Association, SMASH. It is to be used by all teams when they represent school at a sporting event. Below you can see our netball team and some of our football team modelling the clothing.
Our Parent’s Association, SMASH, have very kindly donated the money to renew our school’s playground markings over the half term break. Here we see some children enjoying them on their first break time with them in place. It’s safe to say they were enjoyed by everyone and are a welcome addition to the school environment.
After two big events this week, SMASH would like to thank everyone who supported them and the school at the Summer Concert and BBQ where £463 was raised. Alongside this, the year was ended with a Krispy Kreme doughnut sale yesterday, which added a further £112.59 to our funds. The money raised is used to […]
Photos from this morning’s assembly: The SMASH Award Winners:
Thanks for all your support yesterday evening at our Summer Concert. You were as amazing as the children! Video Highlights: Summer Concert 2013 from Gomersal St. Mary’s Primary on Vimeo.Photos:
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
Children in our Reception class have been learning about light and heavy objects and how they effect the scales. Some children discovered that some large long objects were not actually that heavy and tipped the scales the wrong way to the one they predicted! Also that day some children listened to the Gruffalo tale and […]