Posts from: March 2017
Having fun and helping others
What fun we had on Friday "dressed in red from our toes to our head". I am always amazed by how our children embrace any fundraising opportunity with such energy and enthusiasm. We always like to do our bit to raise money for deserving charities and believe that it is important to teach our children to show that they care about others who are less fortunate than...
Bursting with pride
Congratulations to our eight UKS2 children who wowed their audience whilst acting as master of ceremonies at the Arooj Awards Ceremony in Leeds Civic Hall on Wednesday. One fellow Headteacher sent me an email saying, "your children shone at the Arooj ceremony today – they were brilliantly funny and crystal clear as well – very loud and proud! I know you will be...
Feeling confident to take on a challenge
What a busy week it was last week. We entered three teams in the East wedge heats of the Leeds Primary Debating competition. All three teams impressed and one wowed the judges enough to secure a place in the final of this city wide competition for the second year running.
Meanwhile, for four days of the week our Year 6 children rose to the challenge...
"We went on a bear hunt"
Last Thursday it was World book day and to celebrate this annual event our reading team led by Miss Pallas came up with a unique and fun way of recognising just how much enjoyment we can have from books.
The whole school took part in a retelling of "We're going on a bear hunt", with very year group dressing up and using props to represent a section of the story....