Posts from: July 2019
The world we want to make
The end of term is always very emotional particularly for the Year 6 children who are leaving us to go to high school. Their leavers performance, "Robin and the Harehills Hoodies" was fantastic . 🙌 Every child had been given the opportunity to showcase their personality and their talents. We laughed, we cried and we clapped with appreciation. If the job of a...
Ready for the next step
It was wonderful on transition day last week to visit classrooms and see happy, smiling faces. Every class spent a day with their new teacher in their new classroom and had a taster of what it will be like in their new year group, as well as meeting the staff who will be working with them. I couldn't help but notice how ready for this next step they all are.
Reduce, reuse, recycle ♻️👍
Last week was Science week and it culminated in a Science Fair. All week our children had been engaged in projects which highlighted how we can reuse a whole range of household items in a fun way. During the week all classes had looked at what we can recycle and reduce both at school and at home. The children had been totally inspired and were full of facts...
Injecting creativity into learning is a definite way of ensuring you have happy, inspired and engaged learners. I have seen examples of this in abundance last week right across school.
Year 1 children gave us a fascinating snapshot into learning in year 1 when they performed their year group assembly. The Year 1 teachers have cleverly woven knowledge, skills and understanding...