Year 5/6 put on an outstanding performance of the Shakespearian play, 'Macbeth'. 

The children have worked hard over the last half-term in rehearsals to learn the songs, stage directions and lines. Mr Tucker and Mrs Whelerton were very proud of the children over the two performances. Well done everyone!

On Friday 9th June, Mr Watson from Year Three spent the morning with us to share his range of Viking and Anglo Saxon artefacts. We had the opportunity to handle the artefacts and learn all about how the Vikings and Anglo Saxons completed every day tasks like building and cleaning. It was lots of fun and we are very grateful to Mr Watson for giving up his free time to come into school to help deepen our learning.

On Wednesday 6th June, we took part in a sponsored walk to help raise money towards new playground equipment for school. We had lots of fun walking around Sherburn in Elmet and South Milford in the sun.

This term, all pupils in Year 6 completed their SATs tests. The children coped incredibly well with the pressure of the tests and were a real credit to each other and school; we are incredibly proud of their hard work!

This term we have started working with Rowena from York University who, along with her team, have designed a game to help teach children grammar rules in French. We were selected to help test the game and have spent a number of weeks this term completing the pre-trial tasks and exercises before being allowed to start playing the game.

This term we performed our final class assembly to our parents and peers; they were very imprressed with our efforts!

On Tuesday 14th March, all children in Key Stage Two took part in an exciting investigation day with a pizza theme. In Year 6, we decided to create a whole class pizza shop business called 'We Sell Pizzas: Simple, but delicious!'. 

In order to launch this half-term's science topic, Electrical Circuits, Mr Tucker gave us all of the electrical equipment we have in school and allowed us time to make anything and everything we could think of.