PLease remember that school is closed on 9th february for an inset day. term resumes on monday 19th february. 

 

Infant & Junior News

Annual Verse Speaking Competition

The annual Verse Speaking competition allows every pupil in the Junior School to showcase their amazing talents when reading a brilliant poem of their choice. It is all about bringing poems to life, celebrating how good they sound out loud and performing them with fabulous expression.

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Head of Junior School Award Winners

Husnain Muhammad (6W) and Zayyan Hussain (5R) received the Head of Junior School Award in the last week of the Michaelmas Term. Both pupils were selected for demonstrating some of the recently instated Infant and Junior School Values and Behaviour. Husnain, being relatively new to the school, has rep...

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Year 6 Trip to the National Media Museum

A most entertaining and educational day was enjoyed by Year 6 at the National Media Museum, Bradford recently. Accompanied by Mrs Courtney, Miss Iqbal, Mrs Roberts and two parent helpers, forty eager and curious children learnt much about the history of media and had ample opportunities to experiment...

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Great Artists Through Time Trip to the Lowry

On Wednesday, 23rd November, year 5 went on a trip to The Lowry in Manchester as a part of their Art topic ‘Great Artists through time’.

 

The pupils had a fantastic time learning about L.S Lowry and his life. After taking a walk through the gallery and looking at the different types of art work that Lowry had produced, they felt inspired to replicate his style by using techniques such stippling and cross hatching in order to create tex...

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Year 4's Roman Adventures!

Year 4 pupils enjoyed a visit to the Ribchester Roman Museum earlier this half-term. This trip supplemented their studies in History and truly brought this period of history to life!

They experienced Roman life first-hand, investigating real-life artefacts and dressing up as Roman soldiers in armour. We all enjoyed learning more about life in Roman Britain and exploring the museum.

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