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Keeping you informed

We want to keep parents informed of their child's progress, and about other activities in school. We recognise that good communication benefits the whole school community.

In this section you will find information about everything that is happening in and outside of our school as well as photographs and videos of our amazing children in action.

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  • Bradford Media Museum

    Published 27/06/22

    On Friday 10th June, Year 4 visited the National Science and Media Museum in Bradford. 

    The children learned about important people and their contributions to science, such as Ada Lovelace and Alan Turing, as well as the women known “the hidden figures”, whose mathematical skills were crucial to the NASA space programme. The children were also able to take part in a game of battleships and an experiment designed to demonstrate how hard it is to land on the moon!

    The children explored the Kodak Gallery, in which they learned about the history of photography. Then, after a quick bite of lunch, we explored the Wanderlab, where the children were able to explore live experiments on sound, heat and light.

    The grand finale was getting the chance to experience the 3D IMAX cinema, in which the children were captivated by a wonderful documentary on animal life in Antarctica.

    We all had a fantastic day!

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  • Author Visit

    Published 23/06/22

    On Monday 13th June, Warwick Road School were visited by an author called Jenny York.  We started our day with an assembly all about her books.  Jenny then visited the KS2 classrooms to carry out workshops and to inspire us to become authors! 

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  • Y3 Change Project

    Published 25/04/22

    During the spring term, the pupils in year 3 participated in 'The Change Project'.  The children worked with an artist called Iqra to produce a piece of artwork based on three climates: polar climate, moderate climate and savannah climate.  They learnt many new skills including how to weave and how to make puppets.  During the final week of the project, some of our wonderful parents met with Iqra to help to complete the final piece!

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  • Y3 Iron Age Trip

    Published 08/03/22

    On Monday 7th March, year 3 visited Herd Farm Activity Centre in Leeds to learn all about what life was like during the Iron Age.   The children learnt how to: behave like a warrior, shoot arrows at a target, build a fence out of wooden posts and parts of trees and light a fire for making iron.  

    We all had a fantastic day and the weather stayed dry for us!

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  • World Book Day 2022

    Published 08/03/22
    A good book can take you to another place. On Thursday 3rd March 2022, when the children came into school, they found their classrooms had transformed into scenes from well-known books.  Previously ordinary rooms had transforme
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  • Y3 - Ancient Egypt trip

    Published 20/01/22

    On Wednesday 19th January, year 3 visited Leeds City Museum.  After a short coach journey, we arrived at the grand museum.  We were excited to learn more about Ancient Egypt, and it wasn't long before we were impressing the guides with our knowledge of Tutankhamun!  

    Upstairs, we explored the museum's collection of Ancient Egyptian artefacts and learned how to mummify a body.  During the workshop, we were introduced to the 'Leeds Mummy'.  His name was Nesyamun and he was a priest.  Nesyanum was brought to Leeds in 1823 and was bought from an antique collector in London.  At the time, he was one of the best examples of a genuine Egyptian mummy! 

    We can learn a lot about Egyptians from the writing and the pictures on the outside of their coffins (sarcophagus).   For example, we know that Nesyanum lived during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses XI between 1113 and 1085BC!

    We all had a fantastic day and learned so many new facts!

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