Breakfast Club is available to all children, Monday to Friday. The club starts at 8.00am and provides children with a healthy start to the day, as well as the chance to socialise, relax and take part in fun activities. The club costs just 50p per day (much cheaper than child minders!).
If you would like your child to attend, please speak to one of the mentors on either of our sites.
We’re looking for University graduates who are interested in a career in primary teaching. If you think you fit the bill, please see our vacancy for more details…
Last week we celebrated two great successes…
Firstly, Nathan and Ruqayyah from Year 6 both finished second place in the Boys’ and the Girls’ Year 6 races at Tong High School. They ran against lots of other Yr6 children from across Bradford.
In addition, our debating society, who have been working really hard on their debating skills, have made a massive amount of progress. Last year, they came 18th in the Bradford Debating Competition and this year they came 2nd! Wow, what a fantastic achievement.
Our next G.E.M. Day is just around the corner! Where are really looking forward to continuing our work from last term. We’ll be looking at lots of different types of jobs, what skills we need to get them and what our lives might be like when we become adults.
Here’s a look at what we got up to last time:
A group of our lovely teachers (Miss Newton, Miss Garbett, Miss Hopper and Mr Roe) are walking the Yorkshire Three Peaks this weekend! They’re putting themselves through this gruelling 12hr challenge to help raise money for our school fund.
If you can spare even £1 to help them out, they would be very grateful. Just go to https://www.gofundme.com/arewethereyetters to donate.
Please can families remember to send their children with P.E. kits ready for their P.E. lessons. They’re lots of fun and we don’t want anyone to miss out! Please see below for a list of all our classes P.E. slots.
Our Roktagon is finally here! We are all so excited and can’t wait to have a turn.
All our children, once they’ve been shown how to use the structure safely, will be able to climb and enjoy the Roktagon at play times and lunch times. The structure was built by Rokt and funded by The Big Lottery Fund…so a big thank you goes to both of those organisations.
Here is a time-lapse video of the Roktagon being built. Unfortunately, the camera ran out of battery just before it was finished, but you can still see the structure being built. Then, take a look at the finished product below.
Our Year 6 children will be taking part in their SATs next week, alongside thousands of other 11yr old children across the country. We would like to wish them all the best of luck. We know they will do themselves and us proud.
Remember to get lots of rest this weekend, eat well, and come to school on Monday focussed and ready to give it 100%.