The children setting off on their mile walk to Beaumont Park in support of the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice 'Around the World' campaign.
Our children learning all about top, look and listen with a visit from Zak the Zebra from the road safety charity, Break.
Our visit to Beaumont Park for Forest School on Comic Relief day - lots of silly fun
The children enjoyed their visit to Cannon Hall Farm as part of our Farm topic. We learned about feeding, looking after the animals and what they would look like when they are fully grown.
Our children who went along to sing the National Anthem at Huddersfield Town Hall for the Kirklees Citizenship Ceremony attended by the Deputy Mayor of Kirklees Councillor Christine Iredale, and the Director for Children's Services, Gill Ellis. This was followed by a trip to Waterstones book shop so that that the children could collect their world book day free books with their tokens
Our fabulous characters enjoying World Book Day activities
Pancakes, pancakes and more pancakes!
Well done to the children who worked on our 'Fairytales' topic during the holidays at home. We welcome all of your efforts.
Jamie from Huddersfield Giants keeping the children fit with some Rugby ball skills and training. They were shattered but all enjoyed themselves
Huge thank you to Musica Kirklees for their visit. The children had a wonderful time singing along to Christmas songs whilst the musicians played their ukuleles.
Some pictures from our second family learning afternoon on 30th November
Our first of many family afternoons gave family members the opportunity to take part in class activities and see what the children had been doing in class. It was a great success!
Our reception children playing, exploring, eating their yummy lunch and having fun
Pictures from some of our visits to Beaumont Park on beautiful Autumn days. We looked at funghi, measured sticks against our arms, made shapes working with a partner and had our picnic lunch made by Mrs Dix
Some of our first reception children exploring our new school
When The Huddersfield Examiner visited our school: