This week, we held our Easter service. Thank you to those parents in Years 3 & 4 who were able to join us. The service remembered the events leading up to Easter Day.
We celebrated our latest winners of our SMASH Awards in school recently. The awards are chosen by staff for those children who do something a little extra in school all the time. Here are our photos!
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.
This week saw Year 4 share their hard work this half term in their class presentation. We heard all about the Ancient Egyptians and saw a wonderful dance as well as some amazing rapping! Thank you to all the families that joined us for this presentation.
This week, we had a visit from Travelling By Tuba group, Chris and Stewart. The whole school enjoyed their performances and were wowed by a range of instruments from throughout British history.
Last Friday we supported the Text Santa Christmas Jumper Day appeal. Text Santa is ITV’s annual fundraising appeal that aims to give hope to families in difficulty. From helping those families affected by crisis, to granting wishes to children fighting life-threatening conditions, to funding nurses so those with cancer get the care they need, we’ll […]
Millie-Mae Pickles, Year 4: At the key stage two Christmas Carol concert it was very cool because all the parents seemed to love it. Miss Joyce and Mrs Wilson worked really hard to put everything together especially for the choreography. At the day performance there were a few places left, however at the night some […]
Our Reception and Nursery pupils performed their Christmas play, ‘The Tiptoe Nativity’ to parents, families and friends this morning and afternoon. It was a great success and the pupils thoroughly enjoyed performing it. The children learnt songs and actions and the Reception children acted out the story of the first Christmas, with many children having […]
This year’s Key Stage 1 production was the Wriggly Nativity. They told the story of Christmas with catchy songs, actions, dance and narration. Their two performances were fantastic and we may have seen some actors and actresses of the future! Alfie said, “I felt good. I loved saying my part. I was Joseph!” “It was fun […]
Thank you very much to everyone who dressed up and donated to Children In Need this year. As you can see below, the children looked amazing and it is fabulous that we can offer so much support to this brilliant cause. This year we raised £216.