Keystage 2 Sports Day.
This took place on Monday 3rd July. There were various events including sprint, egg and spoon, bean bag shuttle and tennis racket and ball challenge. The eventual winners were Team Aimery.
On Friday 30th June, KS2 took part in the Rotary Interschool Speaking Competition to choose our presentations for the final at Primrose Lane. We had previously held class competitions. The standard was extremely high and eventually the following groups were chosen.
Fascinating Florida Tour- Year5/6.
Jessica Singleton, Abigail Rawlins, Zoe Adamson and Georgia Harrington.
African Animals 1- Year 3/4.
Oscar Hewitt, Ben Evans, Dennis Eftinca, Declan Bastiman and Jamie Young.
We wish them good luck in the finals on 13th July.
Countryside Day at Yorkshire Showground in Harrogate.
Despite the rain, Years 2,3,4,5 and 6 had a great time orienteering with Simon. We had to use our map reading skills to negotiate the course against the clock. We used computer recording equipment to monitor our time and whether we read the map correctly. It was fun!
Leeds Book Awards 2017.
We are taking part in Leeds Book Awards 2017. Here are our favourite books so far. We will be voting at the end of April and will then be attending the presentation ceremony at Pudsey Civic Hall.
Here we are attending the ceremony.We had a super time and even met some of the authors. The winner was Murder in Midwinter.
Spring School Podcast.
This is the spring term podcast recorded by Year 5 in the Tempo FM studio with the help of Alan. It was made by Zoe, Jonah, Oscar, Madeleine, Maxwell and William W. We hope you like it.
World Book Day.
On Thursday 2nd of March we celebrated World Book Day. Look at our fabulous outfits.
Bedtime Story Evening.
On Tuesday 31st January we celebrated National Bedtime Story Day. We came back to school at 6pm in our pj's with our duvets and bears. Bedtime stories were read to us. Year 5 and 6 had spooky stories
Gas Safety Assembly
On 9th January, Northern Gas Networks came in to school to tell us all about the gas works that were starting near our school. We talked about how to stay safe when the updates were being carried out and some children even came out to the front to help us to remember the safety tips we were given. Year 5 had an art workshop with Mick, Northern Gas resident artist and they made a banner. See their page for details.
Mr Hirst's Charity Skydive
On Saturday 8th October, Mr Hirst completed his skydive from 10,000 feet over Bridlington and the East coast to raise money for Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis. A HUGE thank you to everybody who supported his fundraising, helping him to raise £782.48!!