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Class 1 had a visit from Florence Nightingale from the Thackray Medical Museum. They had a very busy morning exploring the life of Florence and some of the difficulties she came up against in her work. 

Harvest Festival 2018 at St. John's Church

It was a very busy start to the year in September! Here is a snapshot of the first busy month for some of our youngest children in school. 

Class 3 put on two very polished performances of The Lion King with super acting and singing all round. Well done to all!

Class 3 enjoyed their bike ride to celebrate their hard work throughout the year. Thanks to all the fabulous parent volunteers who rode along with us!

Class 2 explored the grounds of Cliffe House in Shepley, discovering many species of wildlife and plants. They enjoyed a picnic lunch in the sunshine and a workshop led by Cliffe House staff. 

Class 1 had a fantastic day at Manchester Airport Viewing Park. They had a tour of the outside of a plane, explored the inside of a 747 and watched planes take off and land from the viewing platforms. 

We made the most of our beautiful surroundings with a walk to Denby Delf with Denby Dale Countryside Officer Dave Wilde. We all enjoyed our sunny walk, particularly searching for various insects and wildlife along the way. 

Class 3 learned a lot during their visit to Colne Valley Museum. They experienced a day in the life of a Victorian child, enjoying a variety of different activities. 

Our school had a visit from a vintage bus! To fit in with Class 2's Transport topic, the South Yorkshire Transport Museum arranged a special visit. Pupils from all classes had a tour of the bus and Class 2 were lucky enough to be taken on a ride around Upper Denby. 

Here are a few snapshots of a very busy February! 

Here we are testing out our fabulous new playground markings!

The whole school started the festive season in style and shared Christmas Dinner together. We also raised money for Save the Children by holding a Christmas Jumper Day. 

Class 1 children performed We Three Kings for the school and their families. What fantastic shows they put on!

Class 2 gave a fantastic performance at St. John's Church Christmas coffee morning. 

Children in Class 1 created this beautiful art work for Remembrance Day. They were very proud of their stunning display.

In June we held our annual Happy, Healthy and Safe Week. The children took part in many different activities around the theme. Lots of fun was had by everyone!

Our newly formed Ethos and Worship Committee have already prepared prayers with Reverend Joyce, planned and conducted an assembly themselves and chosen a charity for school to support this year.

In June, the School Council organised a 'Walk a Wacky Mile' event, to raise money for Sport Relief. They invited children and adults to walk a mile around our school grounds; however, this was no ordinary mile! We dressed in our wackiest get-ups and hula-hooped, jumped and skipped our way around an obstacle course! Children and parents showed fantastic energy and resilience as they completed the challenge. A big well done and thanks to everyone who helped to raise money for such a worthy cause. 

FODS very generously funded our whole school trip to Scarborough in June. Children and adults alike had a fantastic day. We learned about sea creatures and their habitats at the Sealife Centre before heading to the beach for a spot of lunch and sandcastle-building. Thank you, FODS!

In June, our whole school visited Hindu and Sikh Temples in Bradford.

Our Garden 2016

Year 1 multiskills event Feb 2016

Visit to The Mining Museum  Feb 2016

     Sports activity day Jan 2016

        Oakwell Hall Nov 2015

Our Garden 

A morning with Ashley Jackson

Science Week March 2016

Music in school 2016

      

 Whole class bike ride July 2015

Our visitors from Thornhill Lees

 Maths Trail

Our Tudor Village