What a super evening raising over £1800 in total - a record!Read More
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On Thursday, KS1 and KS2 took part in the ACE health and fitness gala.Read More
On Monday morning, Year 6 attended the ACE dodgeball tournament at Rothwell Scout Hut.Read More
On Monday, some children from Year 2 attended the ACE Dodgeball tournament at Rothwell Scout Hut.Read More
During assembly this week Mrs Sheerin asked children what it felt like to be a child in White Laith .Read More
On Friday morning, we went to the Leeds Corinthians Rugby Tournament in Middleton. We played seven games against some very tough teams and finished 4th overall.Read More
On Tuesday, children from year 5 and 6 attended the Leeds East Primary Partnership Football Tournament.Read More
After our recent outing to the Brownlee Foundation Triathlon event, they have sent us this exciting opportunity for you to take part in triathlon outside of school! Please see the poster attached for more details.Read More
Lots of our children have been asking about tennis coaching and sessions and now they are available for free! Please see the leaflet below for details. This is an excellent opportunity to take up a new sport out of school.
On Monday, thirty of us attended the Brownlee Foundation Triathlon Event.Read More
Delicious! It was wonderful to welcome mum's, dad's and grandma's for lunch.Read More
Thank you to all parents who donated tins for our 'I Can' collection.Read More
We have been keeping busy this week by trying out some Winter Olympic themed activities on our playground.Read More
On Friday afternoon, we celebrated all of the amazing things that we do out of school. We were fantastic!Read More
A massive thank you to everyone who took part in the Super Circuits Challenge to raise money...Read More
Congratulations to our most improved boxer, who won this fantastic belt!Read More
Today, we all took part in our sponsored super circuits challenge.Read More
Christmas came early for our first active 30:30 wristband winnersRead More
A BIG thank you from the School CouncilRead More
The school community celebrated Harvest Festival together with parents and families. We learned about harvests around the world and talked about all the good things harvest brings us. We then thought about the trouble with harvest and realised the need to be able to preserve food for later. Some children helped to check and wrap apples to put away for later in winter, some exercised their muscles and turned cream into butter to preserve milk for longer and finally two brave children peeled onions ready to be pickled! We then remembered how lucky we are to have enough food, and thought of those who grow our food and of all the people around the world who are celebrating the harvest just as we are. To conclude our assembly we linked preserving food for the future to preserving good memories or actions from the past to relive again throughout our lives.
Many thanks for all the donations received.