Race for life

Well done to all of the children, staff and parents for supporting us with the race for life.  We have raised a fantastic amount of money, the grand total to date is £1067.50!!

Thank you!

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    23rd May 2018 - Serlby Park Academy

     

    Well done to Ellena in Year 3, who has just completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all twenty books in this year's challenge.

    Well done Ellena!
     
     
     
     

     

     

     

     

  • Mrs Langton

    22nd May 2018 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    Today, Mrs Langton celebrated 30 years of working in the Crookesbroom Kitchen. We are thankful for all her hardwork.

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    22nd May 2018 - Serlby Park Academy

     

    Well done to Cameron in Year 6, who has just completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all twenty books in this year's challenge.

    Well done Cameron!

  • Serlby Park Reading Challenge Update

    22nd May 2018 - Serlby Park Academy

    The last day for our pupils to achieve Gold Level (20 books) in this years' Reading Challenge is fast approaching.

    All signed and dated reading challenge cards must be received by class teachers or Mrs Peel in the Library no later than Friday 15th June 2018.

    Bronze and Silver and Platinum Awards will continue until Thursday 29th July.

    Well done everyone who is taking part and making this our best reading year ever!

     

     

  • May Half Term

    22nd May 2018 - Hatfield Woodhouse Primary School

    Please note school will close at 3.30pm on Friday 25th May for the half term holidays. School will reopen to pupils on Tuesday 5th June at 8.45am. Staff training day on Monday 4th June. 

  • Reading Challenge Gold Award

    22nd May 2018 - Serlby Park Academy

     

    Well done to Adela in Year 3, who has just completed the Serlby Park Reading Challenge by reading all twenty books in this year's challenge.

    Well done Adela!

     

     

     

  • Construction Enterprise Day

    21st May 2018 - Mersey Primary Academy

    On Friday 18th May, some children from years 4/5 went to Endeavour Skills & Learning Centre for a Construction Enterprise Day organised by Keepmoat Homes. They learnt all about the different careers within the construction industry, built a giant tetrahedron and had a go at building their very own wall. They had a fantastic day meeting other children from different schools. Some of the skills they used included Team work,problem solving, communication,planning and initiative.

     

  • Year 4 cricket finalists

    21st May 2018 - Whetley Academy

    Last Thursday our Year 4 Cricket Team played in a local tournament and won all their matches and scored a staggering 694 runs.  Due to their amazing performance they have secured a place in the final.

    Congratulations to the team, well done and good luck for the final.

     

  • Construction Enterprise Day

    21st May 2018 - Estcourt Primary Academy

    On Friday 18th May, some children from years 4/5 went with Mrs Leslie and Mrs Garrard to Endeavour Skills & Learning Centre for a Construction Enterprise Day organised by Keepmoat Homes. They learnt all about the different careers within the construction industry, built a giant tetrahedron and had a go at building their very own wall. They had a fantastic day meeting other children from different schools. Some of the skills they used included Team work,problem solving, communication,planning and initiative.

  • Half Term Exam Intervention Sessions

    20th May 2018 - Ash Hill Academy

    All students are invited to attend our exam preparation sessions which will take place over the half term holiday.  These will be a great way for students to get ready for their forthcoming exams.

    Students should ensure that they arrive in time for the beginning of each session and should enter school through the side entrance.

    Please use the link below to see the schedule:

    http://www.ashhillacademy.org.uk/Exams_Info_2018

  • Weekly Newsletter

    18th May 2018 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

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  • Newsletter

    18th May 2018 - The Parks Academy

    Read our latest news here on our weekly newsletter.

     

  • Royal Wedding Lunch

    18th May 2018 - Crookesbroom Primary Academy

    A massive thank you to Mrs Brownsword and all the kitchen for organising an amazing afternoon tea lunch for the Royal Wedding. It was delicious!

  • Royal Wedding Party

    18th May 2018 - Serlby Park Academy

    To mark this weekend’s Royal Wedding, our fabulous catering staff are hosting a lunch fit for a Queen! The dining room has been decorated with bunting and delicious ‘royal’ cupcakes are on offer. Can you spot our surprise royal guests?!

     

     

     

     

     

  • Royal Wedding Celebrations

    18th May 2018 - Wybers Wood Academy

    Pupil & Staff enjoyed a presentation by School Council, explaining some important facts leading up to the Wedding of His Royal Highness Prince Harry of Wales and Ms Meghan Markle on 19th May 2018.

     

  • Royal Wedding picnic lunch

    18th May 2018 - Green Lane Primary Academy

    Thank you to all the parents and families that supported our picnic lunch today; the sun shone and the children had a great time.

  • Red, White & Blue Day

    18th May 2018 - Pheasant Bank Academy

    We celebrated the Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Friday.  We had the bunting up and we all wore clothes of red, white and blue.  At lunchtime the whole school went onto the field and we had a whole school picnic.  We played traditional games such as croquet and large chess.  We even had an ice-cream van which proved so popular it had to make an extra visit today so that Year 6 didn't miss out.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • SATs are over

    18th May 2018 - Kingston Park Academy

    Well done to all Year 6 pupils for their hard work and resilient attitude during the SAT’s week.  A big thank you to all the staff and parents support. It was clear all the pupils were well prepared and did their very best. We couldn't ask for more.