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Sports Relief 2020
On Friday 13th March, staff and children made a fantastic effort in raising money for the Sports Relief charity! From buying bands and wearing our favourite sports shirts (there were lots of Leeds United kits around school) to making our own smoothies on the ever popular smoothie bike! As well as this, many children took advantage of Mr Freeman's introduction to Yoga session and learnt a range of poses and stretches.
We raised a total of £131.50 and had lots of fun achieving this! Thank you to all of our children and families who supported us with this event.
Jorvik Viking Centre and The Dig
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday last week, Phase 3/4 went on our exciting trip to the Jorvik Centre and The Dig in York. We have started our new topic, Viking Invasion, so it was the ideal time to go and find out lots of interesting facts and information. We got to experience life as it would have been like for Vikings invading England over a thousand years ago and see just how similar it was to life now.
World Book Day 2020
On Thursday 5th March, we celebrated the annual event of World Book Day! This year we had more and more children and staff dressing up as their favourite characters - some of us won book prizes for our efforts! Throughout the day we had some really exciting events including: our ever popular book swap; craft in the Library at lunchtime; teachers’ story-telling and a book sale, raising £30. All children received their £1 book token to use before the end of March. Children should also all have their Great Swarcliffe Readathon pack to raise money for furniture for our Library.
Thank you to all our families who supported this day, we all have a fantastic time.
'Swarcliffe continues to be a good school.' Ofsted: January 2020
We are extremely proud of our recent Ofsted Inspection (January 2020) and everyone at Swarcliffe Primary School! We remain to provide children with a good education and as our pupils said: "We are happy and enjoy coming to school."
Click the link below to view our report.
ARTofCODE Coding Day!
Year 3, 4 and 5 got the amazing opportunity to learn about the art of coding. We had a visitor who showed us the possible jobs the children could have with coding experience.
Year 3/4 staff led four different coding sessions throughout the day. The children were able to experience virtual reality in our 3D words session and got to see a rocket being printed with a 3D printer. Another session the children took part in was BBC's Micro bytes, they coded the £12 computer and was able to make it repeat patterns. The third session saw the children coding a robot crocodile made out of Lego! The task was centred around sensors and they managed to make the crocodile chomp down on any finger brave enough to be put into its mouth! The final session was called 'Thinking Like a Computer', this workshop taught the children about literal thinking and problem solving.
The best part of the day was the rocket launch at the end! One rocket went as high as 500 feet into the air.
Look what our Golden Table winners will get today .....
Look who came to visit our children this morning!
Today is the launch of the consultation about changes to the Leeds City Council Community Secondary school admissions policies, with the consultation open until 23 January 2020. There are no proposed changes to the Leeds City Council admissions arrangements for community and voluntary controlled primary and junior schools. The changes to the secondary school policies do not relate to the admission policy criteria but to the PANs for some community secondary schools.
Please follow the link to access the consultation information, proposed admissions policy and on-line survey.
We want all those with an interest in these arrangements – such as parents/carers, staff and governors to share their views during the consultation.
Everyone with an interest in the admissions arrangements are welcome to provide their views.
We are lucky enough to have more prizes to do another Raffle - tickets on sale now from the office - £1.00 a strip - Winners to be drawn at carols around the tree on Friday afternoon. Good Luck Everyone
Prize Bingo on Raised £456.00 - Amazing
All ready for our Family Prize Bingo Event on Thursday 12th December 2019.....
Christmas Carousel Day 2019
On Monday 2nd December, we held our annual Christmas Carousel Day and it was as magical as ever! The day started off with our decorating of the school tree in the hall before we all went off to have a fun-filled craft day making cards, decorations, hats and even calendars! I'm not sure how many times we have heard Jingle Bells today but it has certainly put us all in the Christmas spirit!
Harvest Festival Celebrations 2019
On Thursday 25th October, we celebrated the annual Harvest Festival with a wonderful morning of singing, poetry and dance. Children across school from Reception to Year 6 shared their hard work with our parents and carers. The children, as always, were incredible and the assembly was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Afterwards, we enjoyed our annual coffee morning. Thank you to all who stayed and supported our children.
Maths Competition at GSAL
On Thursday 17th October, 100 children from 25 different schools took part in a range of really tough Maths challenges, puzzle solving and code breaking to compete to be the Junior Maths Champions. Our team of 4 showed great perseverance and worked hard as a team to complete the tasks. Their problem solving skills were really put to the test and we were super proud of them!
Spanish Day 2019
On Thursday 26th September, everyone enjoyed a whole day dedicated to Spanish! Children learned how to salsa dance and how to sing a song in Spanish as well as tapas cooking and tasting! Thank you to Mrs Welsh for organising such a fun day!
Roald Dahl Day 2019
On Thursday 12th September, we celebrated the great Roald Dahl's birthday with a dress up day! Our activities were based around his books, including: The BFG and The Enormous Crocodile. All children had creative activities in the afternoon linked to their book. Some began an illustrator just like Quentin Blake whilst others made frobscottle and snozzcumber sandwiches!