Foundation Two have been enjoying learning all about castles. We have been reading traditional tales and dressing up as kings and queens in our role play area. We have been learning about the different parts of a castle and using our phonics to label diagrams.
The children have created some wonderful art work using different techniques, including painting and box modelling.
Come into our classroom and have a look at our art gallery!

Fantastic Phonics in Foundation Two

We have been busy learning lots of phase three sounds this half term. We have been practising segmenting and blending the sounds to read the words. Children are becoming increasingly independent in Foundation, and are creating words and beginning to record simple sentences.

Newsletter : March 2019

Red Nose Day – Friday 15thMarch
Non Uniform day – any donations gratefully received for Red Nose Day.

Drumming/Percussion workshop – Thursday 21stMarch
Jeff Rich, Status Que drumming and percussion workshop for Key Stage One and Key Stage Two pupils.

Parent, Child, Teacher assertive mentoring meetings

  • Monday 1stApril – Year 6 and Year 1
  • Tuesday 2ndApril – Year 2 and Year 3
  • Wednesday 3rdApril – Year 4 and Year 5
  • Thursday 4thApril – F1 and F2

Topic folders –Friday 12thApril
You are invited to come to school on Friday 12thApril between 8:50 and 9:30am to look at your children’s topic folders from the Spring Term.

School Term Dates


  • Holiday starts – Monday 15 April 2019
  • Back to school – Monday 29 April 2019

Class 2 at the Institure of Sport…

Class 2 went to the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield to take part in activities such as; long jump, high jump, basketball, football, hurdles, javelin and the 200m race. We competed against 8 other schools and Oren came 3rd in the high jump, taking a place on the podium. Well done Oren!

Reading Certificates: February 2019

Congratulations to the following children for receiving their reading certificates for reading three or more times a week this half term. The biggest gift you can give your children is to get them reading and praise them when they choose to do so without being asked. If children are motivated to do something on their own, they will do so much better in the long run. We thank you for all the help and support you give your children with Reading.


All Stars Cricket

We had Johnny Younis from ‘Yorkshire Cricket’ in today who did an assembly for our children to talk to them about Allstars Cricket clubs in our area.

All Stars Cricket is the England and Wales Cricket Board’s entry level participation programme, aimed at providing children aged five to eight with a great first experience in cricket.

Programme features:

  • * For all boys and girls aged five to eight
  • * Delivered nationwide at over 2,000 centres
  • * Eight one-hour sessions, held over eight weeks
  • * Emphasis on fun and being active
  • * Focus on developing your child’s movement skills
  • * Safe and fully accredited
  • * Valuable time with your kids – mums and dads are encouraged to take part too
  • * Easy online registration
  • * Includes a bonus pack of cricket kit

Every child that registers will receive a backpack full of goodies including a cricket bat, ball, activity book, personalised shirt and cap all sent straight to your door. Scroll down to take a look at the kit!

You can find more information about the programme and how you can sign up your child,

Just search for your nearest centre by entering your postcode on the website below

Pirates Ahoy…!

To celebrate the end of our topic, Class 2 took part in pirate day. We all dressed up like pirates, went on an exciting treasure hunt to search for our stolen treasure and made pirate puppets in the afternoon. It was a great day!

Awards Friday 8th February 2019

Y3 pupils road safety day with the police



Awards 11th January 2019