Welcome from Mrs Sheerin

Thank you for creating such positive memories for myself and my child. (parent)

Leeds Communication Friendly Standard

We are the first school in the city to be awarded this standard. We are delighted to have been recognised for our work to devlop the language skills of our children. Our children are now becoming confident, articulate speakers who have the skills they need to suceed at school and in later life.

Young Voices

Amazon travelled to Sheffield to take part in Young Voices. It was fantastic - have a look at our video below.

If you missed our Christmas our nativity here it is!

White Laith is a vibrant, energetic, positive school community in which we all work and learn together with the desire and determination to succeed. We work HARD!

We are excited about learning, about doing small things well and then, as a result, growing in confidence, making great progress and achieving great things.

Children are actively encouraged to take full responsibility for not only their own learning and actions but for the collective successes of the school. 

It is a place we want to come to everyday! 

We hope our website contains the information you need and provides a flavour of some of the things we do....however please come and visit if you want to find out more and experience the feeling of White Laith for yourself!

When you telephone school , 0113 2930280, the telephone is likely to be answered by Mr Barker (School Business Manager) or Ms Ashmore (Administrator). They are more than happy to deal with any queries you have and will arrange for you to speak to the relevant member of staff if required.

If you require a paper copy of any information on our website please contact Mr Barker (School Business Manager) or Ms Ashmore (Administrator) in the office.

We had a wonderful and moving final whole school assembly in July in which we celebrated the achievements of our fantastic Year 6 class - Mississippi before they left us to start High School in September. Watch below the slideshows played in the "End of the Year" assembly.