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HeadLines - 23rd January 2017

Harehills Young Voices 2017 live 

We turned our school hall into a music arena last week to recreate the experience 47 children and 7 adults had had in the Sheffield Arena on Thursday 12th January when they travelled to be part of Young Voices 2017. 

The atmosphere was electric, with lighting matching the beat and lyrics of the songs the children sang. Mrs Jack talked about the event and...

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HeadLines - 16th January 2017

Creating a chain reaction

Every January we launch our "Safe as houses" project which aims at reminding children of how they can keep themselves safe, as well as helping to keep others safe. Miss Melling and Mrs Haywood always find a creative way to involve our children and make sure important messages are understood. This year we are creating a 'chain reaction'. Every child in every...

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HeadLines - 9th January 2017

The perfect start to 2017 

Happy New Year to all our families and to all the friends of Harehills Primary school. We had a very happy, calm and purposeful start to 2017 and the new school term. 

Staff returned full of energy and enthusiasm on Tuesday and spent time looking at the progress all children have made in Maths, Reading and Writing, since starting their current year groups. There is...

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HeadLines - End of term 2016

The gift of love

It was magical to watch our children from the Ashton, Bexley and Conway classes perform their Christmas concert 'Little Angel gets her wings'. It is so important to remember the true meaning of Christmas and every version of the Christmas story is different and has it's own personality. Our children entertained families and friends so confidently. As they sang the final song,...

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HeadLines - 5th December 2016

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Everywhere I go I have seen or heard signs that we are now getting ready for Christmas. We had a very special assembly last week when we talked about advent and its importance for the Christian faith and we trimmed our Christmas tree. While the beautiful words and music of Silent night filled the hall, one by one children came, chose a decoration...

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HeadLines - 28th November 2016

One big family

Last Thursday we held our annual Year 6 dinner. The hall was full of our year 6 children and their families and the year 6 staff team had done an amazing job creating a warm and welcoming ambiance. We are a very large school but this event reminded me of the fact we are still one, big family.

We talked about what a very special year this is for the children, one that we hope...

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HeadLines - 21st November 2016

A 'Spotacular' week

What an exciting and extremely busy time we had last week. Harehills Primary school certainly embraced the 'Spotacular' theme for this year's Children in Need appeal. It amazed me how creative our children and their families, as well as our staff, had been in thinking of ways to dress up in 'spotacular' fashion.

At the same time, right across school so many staff had...

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HeadLines - 14th November 2016

International relations: Cest très, très bien

We were delighted to be asked to host some fellow Primary colleagues from Lille which is a city twinned with Leeds. Our six French visitors, which actually included Madame Maiffret d'Anfray who is an Inspector of National Education in France, were extremely impressed by our children and the high quality learning environment that was evident...

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HeadLines - 7th November 2016

I know how to keep myself safe

In a week when the fire service visited our school to check we have everything in place should we have a fire it couldn't have been more apt that our amazing class assembly was all about keeping safe. Luxor 1 presented a confident, well organised assembly, reminding us of the many dangers associated with bonfires and fireworks. Their messages were clear and it...

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HeadLines - 17th October 2016

A true sense of achievement

We started last week with an assembly from Darfield 3 using the bible story of David and Goliath to illustrate our SEAL ethos statement of the week, "I can believe in myself to achieve what seems impossible." Nothing could have been more apt for the children from all three Year 6 classes who shows great resilience and perseverance during their trip to Malham Cove....

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