Crow Lane, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD3 4 QT
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Easter Egg Winners!
Take a look at the egg-salent designs that won in our Easter Egg Competition.
World Book Day
We celebrated World Book Day Tuesday 22nd March after being snowed off earlier in the month. Children took part in a book cover competition and watched an adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkein's Hobbit in the afternoon. Pupils and staff looked amazing in their costumes! Winners of our book cover competition to come ...
Year 5 and 6 took part in a poetry workshop with Andy Craven- Griffiths, one of Radio 3’s Verb New Voices, a Curve Theatre writer and Lead Writer on various children’s writing projects. He began the day with a performance and we took part in a range of writing activities including unconventional love poems, free writing and simile and metaphor poems.
Well done to all out year 5 and 6 pupils who took part in the athletics final at the Sports Barn!
Help the Homeless Appeal
Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Help the Homeless appeal. Our children created posters to display around school to encourage people to be involved. Their shoe box donations of shower gel, warm clothing, hats, gloves, scarves, sweets, toothbrushes and more have all been delivered to the Huddersfield Welcome Centre in time for Christmas.
Year 4 have been learning how to edit and create web pages using HTML. They have learned how to use tags to create different graphic and layout effects. Take a look at their web pages by clicking the links below.
We walked to St Mark's church and took part in the Christingle service. Many thanks to all the parents and relatives who were able to join us!
Dogs' Trust Visit
The Dogs' Trust came to visit to teach us how to stay safe around dogs. We met Winnie the pug!
Year 6 War Poetry
Listen to Domanic's Poem. More poems can be found by visiting our War Poetry page.
Good to be Green Disco
Our classes had fun doing different investigations and experiments. We even had a visit from a Science Boffin. View our photographs of the day.
Grow Family Learning Day
At our Grow Family Learning Day KS1 and EYFS children enjoyed working in our outdoor environment. We dug over our Veg beds and harvested purple broccoli and planted potatoes. We also played games sorting vegetables into vegetable families and did a tool relay race. Click here to see more.
World Book Day
We celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as a character from a story. We enjoyed lots of book related activities including a production of 'Oliver'. Take a look at some of the photos of our day.
Kane, Hannah, Keegan and Nathaniel wanted to raise money for a local charity, The Mission, which has supported some of our families in a range of ways. They gave a speech in assembly to present their idea of class copper coin collections in old milk tins. They spent their lunch times counting up the money collected, made a fantastic card to present to the mission with our grand total of £39.60! Thanks to all who hunted down their loose change!
Community Carol Singing
Our choir visited Botham Hall Care Home on Wednesday 14th December. They sang 6 songs and had mince pies, chocolates and a drink too. Click here to see more.
Year 6 Gallery Visit
Year 6 visited Huddersfield Art Gallery to explore the theme of 'identity'. We looked at and discussed different types of portraits, created our own self portraits and 'built' our faces using identikits. Take a look at our reconstructions!
Year 6 Family Learning Day
Children and their families were set the challenge of creating a project board on the artist Yinka Shonibare. They had to research, plan, design and create their boards. They worked in small teams and shared ideas to produce their board. The adults enjoyed their morning and were treated to tea and biscuits at break time with the help of Leah and Lewis.Take a look at some more photographs.
Year 5 Gallery Visit
Year 5 visited Huddersfield Art Gallery today. We explored the works of art and even created some of our own.We looked at the work of Lowry and compared his style to other artists' and explored Gainsborough's technique of creating landscapes in trays using a range of materials. We also focused on light and shadow, using chalk and charcoal to sketch our landscapes from different viewpoints. Finally we experimented with colour when using watercolours. Click here to see some photographs of our visit.
Macmillan Coffee Morning
We had a lovely coffee morning with year 6 doing a fantastic job running the event. Thank you to everyone for your contributions and for attending. Click here to see more photographs of the event.