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NEWS FROM OUR SCHOOL.

Newest items will appear at the top.

Letter about the NED Show on Friday 29th. Click HERE.

Tremendous Ten Enterprise - Year 6 - click HERE.

Image Gallery from Enterprise Day - great fun!!

Relief Midday supervisor assistant needed. Click HERE for details.

Image Gallery from UNICEF Soccer obstacle challenge on Friday 8th June.

Please read this important letter from Mrs. Brown about the school's future. Click HERE.

Leaving for Carlton - Thursday

Latest pictures from Robin Wood - Wednesday

Robin Wood Gallery - setting off! What lovely weather!

  The cow and Dick Whittington meet!
The audience join in with the fun!
A couple of baddies perhaps?
A pirate - boo, boo!!

Last week, a theatre group visited our school and performed a pantomime (oh no they didn't - oh yes they did!) and above you can see a few images from the performance.

 

BBC Radio 2 500 Words Competition is now on again! Click on this link to visit the BBC page and get all the details!

Christmas Doors Competition

The Key Stage One classes have been busy decorating their classroom doors for Christmas. Members of the school Council judged the doors and their comments can be seen alongside the pictures. I wonder which door you would choose?

We loved all the Christmas doors. It makes the Infants look SO Christmassy and made us smile Christmas smiles.

We liked the Christmas titles above all the doors, too.

There were lovely Christmas themes

· A Christmas film

· A Christmas song

· Two advent calendars – but with very different styles.

 

Mrs Lowther's class

We loved the fact that everyone had taken part in making your door.

We really liked the theme of Santa’s coming down the chimney! We thought Santa’s legs were very realistic.

We liked the good list and the fact that some other people had added

their names to it – such as Mrs Tucker and Mrs Burnley.

We appreciated the Christmas colours.

It is a very festive door!

 
   

Miss Bell's class

We loved the fact that everyone had taken part in making your door.

It was a BIG effort from such little children.

We loved the hand Advent calendar – Miss Bell –it must have taken

ages to cut out all those hands!

We loved the presents that the children had done themselves.

We also liked the sleigh with the teachers in it!

It was a very bright and colourful door!

It is a very festive door!

   

Mrs Siddons

This is a very eye catching door!

A very 3D train with a bright light showing the way.

We liked the fact that it was so realistic – very good use of materials.

We also liked the Christmas wishes on the steam from the train’s funnel.

Lots of brilliant Christmas writing.

It is a very festive door!

   

Mrs Bendelow and Mrs Lewis

We loved your Christmas wrapping paper door – it is a very effective advent calendar.

There are lots of Christmas colours and a very eye catching bow.

We particularly liked the way the children had drawn the doors themselves.

We REALLY liked the messages in the advent calendars. They were Christmas gifts that cost nothing but could mean everything.

Your Advent calendar reflected what Christmas was all about – kindness and thoughtfulness.

For those who like a Powerpoint, here is the full file without comments. Click HERE.

 

Mrs Hulme has been been our incredible crossing patrol officer for eight years. Rain or shine she has been keeping everyone safe with a cheery smile and word.
We will all miss her but wish her lots of luck for the future.

 

   
   

Mrs Lunn and two members of the school council went to the Selby Remembrance Service in the war graves part to the cemetery. It was a very moving experience for all who attended.

Dinosaur Gallery - we were really lucky to have two rangers visit our school and show us the young dinosaurs!! if you don't believe us, click on the pictures below.

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