All Stars cricket assembly
In our assembly yesterday, Tom, from All Stars cricket, told us all about their cricket programme running at local cricket clubs.
This video gives more information about the programme and how to find your nearest All Stars centre. New Rover, Adel and St Chad’s Broomfield cricket clubs are all running the programme locally.
All Stars cricket
Following our All Stars cricket festival last Tuesday, Tom, from All Stars cricket, came to visit us and we enjoyed a great cricket skills session.
Summer Picnic themed menu
Catering Agency, our school meal provider, will be running a special themed menu on Friday 06 July.
Please contact the office, by Friday 22 June, if your child would like a school dinner on this day.
School savings club
The next School Savings Club paying in date is Thursday 17 May 2018 at 3.15-3.45pm.
If you’re unable to attend in person, please hand in any money to be deposited to the office in a sealed envelope addressed to Mrs Tiffany.
The paying in dates are the penultimate Thursday of each half term and the final date for the summer term is Thursday 12 July at 3.15-3.45pm.
Finally, if your child would like to open account, please ask at the office.
Heroes (and heroines)
In our current topic on heroes, we have been learning about three important people – Malala Yousafzai, Rosa Parkes and Leonora Cohen.
Ask your child what these women have done and why they were heroines.
This week, we’ll compare Malala, Rosa and Leonora to see how they are similar and different.
Thank you to Sasha and Edris who have brought in books from home to support this topic.
Year 2 Skipping Stars
What an active week we’ve had – cricket and skipping!
We’ve had a brilliant morning with six other primary schools at Armley Leisure Centre for the Skipping School Year 2 festival. There was some fantastic skipping on display and all children got a chance to show the skills they’ve been learning at school and at home over the past few months.
Earlier in the week we took part in a cricket festival. It was a lovely day. We practised lots of different skills and really enjoyed it. Here are a few action shots of the day!
Thank you to all pupils and families who took part in the Big Pedal initiative over the past two weeks by scooting or cycling to school. It’s great to see children continuing to make these active journeys to school to reduce congestion, increase physical activity and improve mental health. We’ll be awarding the Big Pedal prizes in our assembly on Friday.
Well done to Reception class who made the most journeys by bike and scooter, followed by Year 4 and Year 3.
We’ll also be getting involved with Walk to School week, 21-25 May. Watch out for a whole school homework all about our local area and routes to school.
Tennis open days this weekend
This weekend, is the Great British tennis weekend.
There are some great, free local opportunities to take part in tennis activities including David Lloyd, Alwoodley tennis club, Chapel Allerton lawn tennis and squash club and Adel tennis club.
Skipping festival Friday 11 May
It’s a busy, active week this week and our next trip out is for the Year 2 skipping festival on Friday.
The classroom will be open from 8:45am to allow extra time for registration as we are leaving school at 9am.
Children should come to school in their indoor PE kit with their uniform in a bag to change into when we return to school.
We are getting back to school during lunchtime so all children need to bring a packed lunch to have when we return to school.
Please also ensure your child has their water bottle in school on Friday and they can bring a fruit snack for the morning too.
If you have any questions, please come and ask.