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Although we have a Victorian building, which first opened in 1878, it has been extensively modernised and has excellent modern technological resources. However, we do not want to lose the character and history of our building and so you can still see where the fireplaces were and the strong beams in the ceiling. The main teaching building is Victorian and houses four classrooms and the very modern ICT suite.
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Summer Term Clubs

The clubs that will be running this term are:

  • Y6 Revision – ICT suite – morning breaks – Miss Knight;
  • Y456 Rounders – Thursday 3.30-4.00 – Miss Knight;
  • Y456 Tri Golf – Tuesdays 12.00-12.30 – Miss Knight;
  • Y456 Knitting – Thursday 12.00-12.30 -Miss Robb and Mrs Knight
  • Reception Y1/2 Change 4 Life – Wednesdays  8.15-8.45 – Mrs Pattison
  • Nursery, Reception and Year 1 – Change 4 Life – Wednesdays 12.30-1.00 – Mrs Churchill, Arnie Measures, Macey Lugar and Courtney Whiteley

2nd Round Dodgeball

Congratulations to Daisy, Evie, Ciaran, Violet, Carmen, Lucas, Harvey and Dexter who represented school at the South Hunsley dodgeball tournament.

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Bus Brush visited our school recently and taught children all about healthy teeth!

Y5/6 Hockey

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Congratulations to Team A, who came 2nd in their heats and 3rd overall.

Congratulations Dodgeball

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Congratulations to Year 3 / 4 dodgeball team who came 3rd in the inter-school dodgeball tournament and are through to the final at South Hunsley on the 12th April.


Please use the links below to view copies of our school policies – other polices are available on request from the school office.

Behaviour Policy incl. Anti-bullying

Calculation Policy

Charging & Remissions Policy 2016

Child Protection Policy 2015-16

Collective Worship Policy

Computing Policy

Educational Visits Policy 2016

Emotional Health and Wellbeing Policy 2016

English Policy 2016

Foundation Stage Policy

Health & Safety Policy DRAFT April 2016

History Policy

Homework Policy

Marking and Feedback Policy 2016

Maths Policy 2016

Maths Policy Foundation Stage

Maths Appendix i – FS calculation methods

Maths Appendix ii – KS1calculation methods

Maths appendix iii – KS2 calculation methods

More Able Policy 2014

Music Policy 2016

Outdoor Learning Policy 2014

Physical Restraint of Pupils 2015

RE Policy 2015

Safeguarding Children Policy 2015-16

Science Policy

SEND Policy 2016

School Council 2015-2016

This year the student council are:

  • Courtney Whiteley, Year 6;
  • Arnie Measures, Year 6;
  • Macey Lugar, Year 5;
  • Ajay Bland-Davies, Year 5;
  • Dexter Driscoll-Breen, Year 4;
  • Imogen Sutton,Year 4;
  • Harvey Peacock, Year 3;
  • Evie Bainbridge, Year 3;
  • Max Peacock, Year 2;
  • Angel Bland-Davies, Year 2

Spring Term Clubs

During Spring I the following clubs will be running for children in Key Stage 2:

  • Uni-Hoc  with Miss Knight, Thursdays 3.30 -4.00;
  • Dance with Miss Knight, Tuesdays 3.30 – 4.00;
  • Bananagrams with Miss Knight, Thursdays 12.30 – 1.00

Homework club is available on Tuesdays for children who need to use the computers. Speak to Miss Knight to book a slot.


It might be November with the cold dark nights upon us, but there’s still plenty to do…

At the start of the autumn term children in Key Stages 1 and 2 attended a ‘Fireside Stories’ evening.

Children listened to spooky stories, sang some repeat after me songs, ate toasted marshmallows and drank hot chocolate. Children from Reception to Year 1 even went on a bear hunt!

On the 18th November children from Years 5 and 6 took part in the  cluster dodgeball at Snaith High – well done to everyone who took part!

On the 27th November, children from Years 2 to 6 walked to St James Church in Rawcliffe. Children learnt all about advent and key aspects of the church, sang hymns and were amazed by the church clock and bells. They loved it when Mrs Frary rang them.

Vision for Sports Premium

VISION All pupils leaving primary school physically literate and with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to equip them for a healthy lifestyle and lifelong participation in physical activity and sport

OBJECTIVE To achieve self-sustaining improvement in the quality of PE and sport in primary schools.

Indicators of such improvement to include:

  • the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity –  kick-starting healthy active lifestyles
  • the profile of PE and sport being raised across the school as a tool for whole school improvement
  • increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE and sport
  • broader experience of a range of sports and activities offered to all pupils
  • increased participation in competitive sport

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