Holy Island Y6

Here is a selection of photographs from our residential visit to Holy Island.   We enjoyed visits to the Castle and Priory, walks around the Island, creating stone sculptures, playing on the beach and rolling down the sand dunes, sharing dormitories with friends, dancing at the disco and spending money in the local shops!

We also spent time together, reflecting on our time at primary school and shared some of our thoughts and worries about the forthcoming move to secondary school.

The children had a fantastic time and were a credit to our school.

Many thanks to Mrs Wright and very well done to Year 6!

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Building Site Safety Visit

We had a special assembly on Thursday 21st May with the construction company who are building houses in the area. They came to tell us the very important message about keeping away from their building sites. The children were told about the dangers and they listened very carefully. They brought some safety equipment and dressed one…Continue Reading

Off to Holy Island…

Excitement was buzzing in the air this morning, as Year 6 set off for their residential visit to Holy Island.  After a rainy day yesterday, the sun was shining with a promise of good weather for the next few days. The itinerary is action packed and involves a great deal of walking, hiking, exploring and…Continue Reading


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Shipley Art Gallery

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New links on the home page

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