Beatlemania hits Y6 with biographies about John Lennon .

Y6 discussions at Liturgy, considering faith and community .

Welcome to Class CG (Year 6)

This is a crucial year in our children’s primary education.

Itis a statutory assessment year (SATS) where we will be assessed on writing, reading and mathematics as well as grammar, spelling and punctuation. Our statutory assessments will be in May 2019.

As we move into 2019, I will guide, nurture and advise the children on how we address assessments so that they are fully equipped to manage their week.

A careful, fun approach to our learning, with lots of hard work I hasten to add, will give the children the confidence to make this special year count, for themselves and our school community, where our Christian Values are taught and embedded into our everyday school life.

Hard work, best work always’, is a motto I like to use and the children know that I have high expectations of them to do their best throughout the year.

Please continue to support me by taking an interest in your child’s homework and by making sure their attendance is at a maximum so that they can fulfil their potential.

Thank you

Mr C.Green
Class  teacher

Welcome to your New Class

back to school

Weyland the Viking!

Pupils in Class CG had a very special visitor, Weyland the Viking warrior shared stories and skills of the Viking age. Making fire, sharing folklore and chanting a Viking battle charge provided a very interesting and informative day for everyone. ‘It’s fantastic!’ enthused the children, as they proudly showed off their costumes of long ago. Everyone is now very busy writing up their accounts of this very special experience!

Class AH visit Yorkshire Sculpture Park

We all had a great day viewing some of the many sculptures in the park by Barbara Hepworth and Tony Cragg and then using this as inspiration for our own work.

Despite the very soggy weather Class AH were not deterred from their mission to build large abstract,sculptures based on opposites such as land and sea or man-made and natural.

Mission accomplished!

Well done Class AH!

Mrs Hartley’s class has recently completed their swimming lessons for this year and we are really pleased with the progress they have made. An exceptional effort from all of the children and a big thank you to Miss Weldon for her time and support of everyone!

Class AH visit Ripon Workhouse


The whole class travelled back in time to 1865 and experienced life in the workhouse for poor Victorians.  We were kept busy, cooking, cleaning, mending and making, as well as having to go to school to learn the 4 R’s- Reading, Writing, Arithmetic and R.E.  

We’re very glad we didn’t have to eat the gruel!!