KS2 Book club have watched the film Wonder.Read More
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This week we have been taking part in the Sustrans Big PedalRead More
KS2 Book Club have just finished reading the book ‘Wonder’ by R.J.Palacio.Read More
The Mathletics leader board is hotting up.Read More
The list of ROCK HEROES is growing!Read More
Dance club really enjoyed our day out in Halifax competing in the Great Big Dance Off.Read More
What a wet, muddy and bubbly time we had!Read More
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!
For Colour Fair, Zambezi baked and decorated chocolate chip pudding biscuits.Read More
This year, Zambezi took part in the European Christmas decoration exchange.Read More
Zambezi went on a visit to the water treatment works in Headingley.Read More
How would you tackle a problem that at first looked way to hard?Read More
The children have been planning, designing and creating a Christmas theme platform game.Read More
On a very cold Monday, we went to Cardinal Heenan High School to compete in the Leeds North Cross-country Championships.Read More
We joined our KS2 friends from our Trust schools so that we could all meet Tom Palmer.Read More
Year 3 to 6 once again dressed up in fabulous costumes for our annual Halloween disco.Read More
Check out the new leader board!Read More
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.
We have worked really hard this year to develop our physical skills.Read More
During assembly this week Mrs Sheerin asked children what it felt like to be a child in White Laith .Read More