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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.

September 2017

  • Year 3 at Dewsbury Library

    Published 26/09/17

    On Tuesday 26th September children in Year 3 walked to Dewsbury town to help them with their creative curriculum topic on Urban Pioneers. Children walked from school into the town centre where they had opportunities to look at all the different shops and buildings. They discussed key landmarks such as the town hall and market area.

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  • Year 2 Skipton Castle

    Published 17/09/17

    On Monday 18th September, Year 2 set off on an exciting adventure to Skipton Castle.  Skipton Castle is over 900 years old and is one of the most complete and preserved medieval castles in England.

    We were very fortunate to have a fantastic tour guide who helped us to explore every corner of the impressive castle. He helped us to understand all the different rooms of a castle and how they were used. We listened to fascinating stories about life in the castle and its owners Lord and Lady Clifford.

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  • Spelling Bee Autumn Term 1

    Published 14/09/17

    Last week we held our first Spelling Bee of the academic year. Before the summer break, children from years 1-6 were provided with a list of spellings from the national curriculum. All children's names were placed in a hat and their teacher selected a child at random to participate; two children from each class were selected.

    After several heated rounds, Mufais from Year 6 was announced the winner for the Year 4 - Year 6 Spelling Bee, while Ebrahim Patel from Year 3 was victorious in the Year 1 - Year - 3 Spelling Bee. They were awarded with a trophy for their commitment.

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