Latest News for Parents

The school takes pride in its close relationships with parents and this section is the place to check latest news. Additionally there is also our Newsletter as well as  a section for Letters to Parents.

In Class 3, the children have decided to have a spelling challenge to replace the reading challenge and their weekly spelling tests for the next half term. The spelling challenge will be based on the Year 3 and 4 statutory ... Read more

Take a look at our photographs from the Christmas performance at the Fells Hall. Read more

We had a fantastic science lesson on Monday, as we put our knowledge of circuits to the test to make an ‘operation’ game. Using a box, tin foil, wires, a battery pack and a buzzer, the assembly process began! By ... Read more

On Thursday 6th April 2017 we had two surprise visitors in Class 1 and the children were very excited. ‘Pepsi’ and ‘Shirley’ are two lambs, who came to visit Class 1 with Mrs McGarrell. In the afternoon the children did ... Read more

Take a look at our Christmas performance photographs - we all had a great time. Read more

On 15th March 2018, Years 3, 4 and 5 took part in ‘Footsteps of Jesus’, an Easter workshop led by Rev Peter Thomas. Working in small groups, the children visited six different ‘stations’. They studied the Easter picture, answered a ... Read more

Class 2 have really enjoyed their cookery lessons this term. They have learnt new skills with Mrs Burgess and Mrs Severs such as: safe chopping techniques; put their maths knowledge into practice when weighing and measuring ingredients and made a ... Read more

This half term Class 3 are learning how pneumatic systems work and will be designing, building and evaluating their own moving monster. On Wednesday afternoon, we all looked at how to create a pneumatic system by using a syringe, some ... Read more

Year 6 had a great day at the Crucial Crew event at Eshton Grange. Using the outdoor swimming pool, we learnt how to keep ourselves safe around open water, and were given the opportunity to rescue someone in distress using ... Read more

Wow, what a fantastic afternoon down at High Adventure! 24 children from class 3 and 4 visited High Adventure to be involved in a inter-school competition. There were four different walls to climb ranging in difficulty and everyone was full ... Read more