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School Nativity 2017

This week, the school community were treated to a delightful performance of the Nativity “A Little Bird Told Me”. The play told a lovely story about a little bird who decides to visit and give a gift to a new baby king. The children performed all the songs with great...
Posted On 15 Dec 2017

Y 2 & 3 DT

At the beginning of this term the children in Year 2 and 3 were presented with a challenge. They had to design and make a permanent structure that would allow people on the Isle of Struay (where Katie Morag lives) to cross the village bay. The children have worked really hard,...
Posted On 13 Dec 2017

Y5/6 Christmas Baubles

We had a super morning on Monday making Christmas baubles. The children used festive-coloured materials and ribbon to make a very professional-looking bauble!  They all made a super job and were extremely proud of their  finished products. A big thank you to Mrs Botham for coming...
Posted On 13 Dec 2017

Christmas Dinner 2017

It was the annual Christmas dinner today: a lovely celebration with children, staff, governors and Rev Steve all eating together. Christmas music played in the background as we popped open our crackers and wore Christmas jumpers so it felt very festive. A big thank you goes to...
Posted On 13 Dec 2017

Year 5/6 Cluster Athletics

The Year 5 and 6 pupils had a very enjoyable and competitive afternoon of Sport at the Galtres Centre in Easingwold. The children worked really hard in both their track and field events throughout the afternoon and encouraged and supported each other fantastically well –...
Posted On 12 Dec 2017

Baking Bread in the Forest

Year 5 and 6 had a super time in ‘Forest Schools’ this term. They worked in groups to make bread dough and then stripped sticks to wrap their dough around. Each child took it in turns to bake their bread on the camp fire. When it was cooked, they finally spread jam on...
Posted On 07 Dec 2017

Visit from a local Quaker

Years 4/5/6 had a visit from a local Quaker, Richard Safhill, from the Quaker meeting house in York as part of their RE topic. He talked to the children about his faith and what being a Quaker meant to him. Richard taught all the children a song, which they enjoyed performing,...
Posted On 07 Dec 2017

Year 2/3 celebrate Saint Andrew’s Day!

Year 2/3 have really enjoyed our topic of “Super Scotland” so we decided to dedicate a whole day to celebrating St Andrew’s Day. The children all wore Scottish colours of blue and white and many even came dressed in kilts – everyone certainly looked the...
Posted On 05 Dec 2017