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0113 2930280

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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

Filtering by Category: Year 4

Drum performance

Nicola Sheerin

We have been learning to play different rhythms on the African djembe drums this term. We ended by performing to the school in assembly. We split into different groups and each group played a different rhythm alongside each other. It sounded great!

Computing in Year 4

Michael Sheerin

Finding the right information on the web can be more difficult than it looks. Year 4 have been learning how to searching safely using ‘Kiddle’.

Kiddle is a kid safe visual search engine. It returns results for each query with safe sites and pages written specifically for kids, handpicked and checked by Kiddle editors. Kiddle also has a safe image and video search, as well as an online encyclopedia - Kpedia.


Year 4 are searching information connected to their topic ‘water’. For example today they search for information and videos about glaciers and the water cycle. They understand the dangers you may come across on a web-page, even ones written for children. Pupils can recognise and avoid clicking advertisements, social media and email links.

Why not take a look at Kiddle yourself and encourage any junior digital researchers you know, to use Kiddle to search the web safely.

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