Our school has been selected to be involved in a pilot NHS programme which will see mental health practitioners deliver support to our students, teachers and parents/carers. The Mental Health Support Team can provide 1:1 low intensity sessions, group sessions for students as well as training for staff and parents and carers. As this is a pilot, NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), who are commissioning the service, are looking for parents and carers to get involved an
Year 5 had yet another brilliant session this morning in an online meeting with Emer Stamp. Emer is the bestselling author of the Diary of Pig series, winner in the 6-8 category of the Lollies 2018. She started out as a graphic designer before moving to a career in advertising, where, among her roles, she was Creative Director for the advertising agency behind the iconic John Lewis Christmas adverts. She lives with her family in London. Today, she spoke to numerous schools, i
We are delighted to announce that the winner of a reading prize, provided by the brilliant people at Ready Steady Read is Laura in Reception. We are indebted to Ready Steady Read and their sponsors SPS Securities (@spsteam) for their most generous donations.
Our trust, the Yorkshire and the Humber Cooperative Learning Trust we will be sending out £15 free school vouchers to parents who are eligible for these for the May holiday period this afternoon - these have been funded by the council. As usual, any queries need to be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be continuing to work with Test and Trace when we close on Friday for the half term holiday and we would like to make sure that you are clear about who to contact and what to do if your child tests positive for coronavirus over the holiday period. After we close on Friday, if your child tests positive for coronavirus, having developed symptoms on or before Sunday 29th May, you must contact the school nursing team on 01482 336634 or 01482 344301. (They are open Monday
Pupils have been experiencing a sense of awe and wonder today with the brilliant people from Labrascals. With their vacuum chamber, they were able to demonstrate some amazing science experiments. These included looking at how gases expand in a vacuum using balloons and marshmallows. They then saw what happens when frozen carbon dioxide is added to warm water.
This week's Famous Brits Assemblies are about Dr. Mary Murdoch. She was born on 26 September 1864 in Elgin, Scotland. She studied to be a doctor at the London School of Medicine for Women. funded by money that her mother had left her. She completed her studies in Scotland and qualified in 1892. In 1893 she began her association with Hull when she became a house surgeon at the Victoria Hospital for Sick Children, which had opened two years previously, in Park Street. In 1894 s
Two officers from Humberside Police came into school this afternoon to speak with our year 5 & 6 classes. This was in response to concerns that had been raised by pupils in the most recent Hull Youth Parliament. Pupils had expressed their worries about safety when playing in the parks. This afternoon proved a great forum for the pupils to discuss important issues with the Police.
Next week, at the end of Friday 28th May, we break up for the last half term holiday of this school year. When we return on Monday 7th June, we will have seven more weeks until the end of the school year.
Next week, on Friday 28th May, we are having our school photographs day. Every child will have an individual photo and a class photo. Unfortunately, due to timing implications for extra cleaning and ensuring extra safety measures are in place, we are unable to have photos with siblings this year. Please make sure that your child is in full school uniform.
Our kitchen staff have been cooking a special menu today to mark another School Census day. Many thanks to everyone who enjoyed staying for a school meal today. As always, it was cooked in our school kitchens by our wonderful catering staff.
Our safeguarding assemblies this week have been about the road safety when cycling. This linked into the Bikeability training that our year 6 pupils have had. We want all of our pupils to be safe if they cycle on the roads.
Fill the school library with new books! A good school library isn't just important for academic achievement. Reading for pleasure also improves children's wellbeing – something our children need now more than ever before. Our big prize draw is back, giving you the chance to win £5,000/€5,000 of National Book Tokens for your school's library – and if your entry is picked, you'll also get £100/€120 of National Book Tokens to spend on yourself! Find out about other previous winn