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Naburn Road
Whinmoor, Leeds, LS14 2BL
United Kingdom

0113 2930280

White Laith Primary School is situated within Whinmoor in Leeds. Children and adults work together in an atmosphere of trust, respect and belonging. We aim to treat everyone with equal dignity and worth valuing their particular characteristics. The Staff and Governors are determined to make our school a place of excellence and the children
share that desire.

School Blog

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Who is a TT Rock Star?

Michael Sheerin

On display in school is the new Times-Table Rock Star “Hall of Fame”. To make it into the Hall of Fame you must achieve the status of Rock Hero. Thirteen children have so far accomplished this amazing feat. To become a Rock Hero you must consistently answer correctly more than 60 timetable questions in 60 seconds. Who will be the next “ROCK HERO”?

Why not try it out for yourself. Click here to play.

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IRON MAN animation - Year 3

Michael Sheerin

The children have worked extremely hard to create an animation of the famous Iron Man from the story by Ted Hughes.

Not only have they learnt how to animate a model using Zu3d but they have also written and recorded a description of the action, made a background collage, added sound effects, and composed the music. It has been a challenging and exciting project!

Go to the Danube gallery to see all the movies.

Learning Through Play is 'Easypeasy'!

helen driscoll

Foundation staff are excited to share a new learning app with parents and families starting on Saturday 26th January. The app will be delivered straight to parents’ mobile phones and then after watching the video, parents can play the game with their children as many times as they like. The games are designed to support the development of language, concentration, bonding and resilience. We are looking forward to hearing how families get on!