School Savings Club
The next School Savings Club paying in date is Thursday 12 July 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 dates for next year will be posted to the website in September.
Finally, if your child would like to open account, please ask at the office.
- Roundhay Park
- Temple Newsam
- Boddington Cycle Centre
PE Partner holiday clubs
PE Partner, who visited our recent health fair and who run our Friday after-school football clubs, have holiday activity clubs available over the summer.
Old Leos cricket events
Old Leos cricket club, based locally in Alwoodley, were one of the visitors we welcomed to our health fair this week.
If you didn’t get to speak to them on the day, here is some information about their fun cricket sessions as well as an event this weekend.
Earlier this week, a group of upper Key Stage 2 children had the opportunity to attend the schools Tour de Yorkshire celebration event at the Brownlee Centre.
The structured coaching session involved different cycling skills activities and was a great chance for the pupils to test out the cycle circuit.
As a result of the positive feedback from the children, we hope to participate in future events at the circuit.
The next pop-up ride at the centre is this weekend, Sunday 08 July 12:00pm – register to take part using the Let’s Ride website.
Sports day 2018
Yesterday, the whole school enjoyed a sun soaked sports day at Roundhegians. Well done to all the children who took part and demonstrated School Games values of passion, self-belief, respect, honesty, teamwork and determination. We believe that sports day is an ideal context for children to explore these values. For example, learning how to handle success and defeat, believing in their abilities, respecting others and working with others to achieve success.
Special thanks go to:
- Roundhegians for providing excellent facilities and hosting our sports day
- Excellent sports leaders from Allerton Grange who ran the field events for Key Stage 2 and supported the younger children with their races in the afternoon
- PTA for providing refreshments for spectators
- parents who supplied and assembled gazebos to keep the children in shade at the event
- Year 5 sports leaders and Year 2 helpers too
- All staff who helped out on the day
Thank you to all parents, carers and pupils who came along to our first health fair at the start of our Being Healthy themed week. Our goal was to promote the many great organisations that are in our community and to raise awareness amongst parents, carers and children about the range of activities and health opportunities available to them locally.
We hope that parents, carers and children will build on the contacts made at the fair.
A big thank you to all the organisations who attended.
- Yoga Kula
- Chapel Allerton Pilates
- Leeds Gymnastics
- David Lloyd
- Scott Hall Leisure Centre
- ARM cluster
- Park Run
- The Little Gym
- Herd Farm and West Leeds outdoor activity centre
- City of Leeds basketball club
- Old Leos cricket club
- Roundhegians rugby club
- PE Partner
- Brownlee Centre
- Living Streets
It was great to see more children buying skipping ropes -hopefully to practise their skipping challenge at home.
Skipping ropes will be available for sale next Monday and Tuesday after school, outside the Year 2 classroom, for a subsidised price of £2.
Look out for a guide to local physical activity opportunities coming home in book bags soon.
Sports day access
Roundhegians have confirmed we will be using their main pitch, closest to the club house, for our sports day next Tuesday. Access is via Chelwood Drive, off Street Lane.
As in previous years, we would be grateful to any parents who are able to lend and assemble gazebos for the children to sit under during the day.
Make-A-Wish skipping challenge day
We will conclude our Being Healthy themed week with an opportunity to raise money for our school charity, Make-A-Wish, and a chance for all children to try to beat their own personal skipping challenge set at the start of the week.