We have received this today. Here are the details if you and your family are interested. "Hello, I am a researcher writing from the hit BBC One prime time series Eat Well For Less? – I hope you’re well! My reason for writing is that we are currently casting for our 8th series and are looking for families / households who would like to eat well and save some money on their weekly shop. We would love it if you would be willing to tell us about some people you know that may be s
Year 3 and 4 completed their training from First Step staff this morning on Pedestrian Skills. We want all our pupils to be safe when they are outside of school, and with so many busy roads in the area, this is essential training for them. This morning, they were taken out by staff and the First Step tutor to continue to practise their skills and complete this mini course. Well done to everyone for taking part so well.
We have been sent another old photo of the school. The outside of the building has remained virtually unchanged since it was built. Certainly, on the Beverley Road elevation, as seen in this photo, it looks the same. As a Grade II listed building, if we have any repairs carried out to the windows, they have to replicate the look and use the same material as the originals. It looks as if the Beverley Road swimming baths have not yet been built so that information, combined wi
Parents, please will you ensure your child doesn't bring any of the 'Pop Its' toys to school. Like many childhood fads, they seemed to be quite a good idea at first. Children were using them for stress release. In some classes, they are not being used too much and actually distracting children from their school work. If children are spotted playing with them, they will be asked not to bring them back to school again.
With a tutor from Hull Truck working online via our big projector screen in the hall, our year 6 spent an enjoyable afternoon practising their acting skills. The tutor led them through different scenarios and little acting scenes. Although, it is not the same as going to the Hull Truck Theatre and having a live session there, it was certainly great fun this afternoon.
Year 5 have taken part in an Online Assembly looking at how they can be safe using the internet. Entitled, 'Be Internet Legends' and featuring a special broadcast from our local MP, Dame Diana Johnson, it was a great chance to hear great safety advice and contribute to the online chat. Five schools in Hull took part.
Two members of Hull City Council's 'Vulnerable, Exploited, Missing, Trafficked' team came into talk with our year 6 pupils today. This was a really interesting session in which the council officers talked about their work including how they help those children who may go missing from home.
As part of the Big Malarkey Festival virtual art masterclass with Calvin Innes on Friday 11th June, year 6 have produced this artwork based on the theme of 'Hello World'. They were given the resources and asked to produce a piece of art on 'scrim fabric'.
Our year 5 pupils have had an amazing visit to the village of Warter today. This was courtesy of the Hull & East Yorkshire Children's University. They went to have a day being inspired by the work of David Hockney, whose famous 'Trees' painting was produced here. They heard about the background behind the painting and had a walk in the countryside to see the trees themselves. For many of our pupils, it was the first time that they had seen sheep in real life, so this was very
Year 3 and 4 had some great training from First Step staff this morning on Pedestrian Skills. We want all our pupils to be safe when they are outside of school, and with so many busy roads in the area, this is essential training for them. This morning, they were given a booklet on road safety skills and then taken out by staff and the First Step tutor to practise their skills.
This week's Famous Brits Assemblies are about Marcus Rashford. Marcus has played for Manchester United since he was seven. He made his first-team debut against Midtyjlland in the UEFA Europa League and scored two goals. With Manchester United, Rashford has so far won the FA Cup, EFL Cup, FA Community Shield and Europa League. Marcus scored on his England debut in May 2016, becoming the youngest English player to score in his first senior international match. He played at the
We are delighted to announce that the winner of a reading prize, provided by the brilliant people at Ready Steady Read is Martyna in Year 2. We are indebted to Ready Steady Read and their sponsors SPS Securities (@spsteam) for their most generous donations.
Each term, we publish a curriculum map for each of our year groups. These give a summary of the different themes that are going to be covered in this term's curriculum. Listed by subjects, they give details of the areas that pupils are going to be studying. Click on our Curriculum Overview webpages to access individual phases/year groups and their thematic units. If you require any further detail, please ask a member of staff.
An enormous crane has been looming over the Beverley Road Swimming Baths this week, as the contractors continue to remove the scaffolding. This weekend, they will be coming into our school playground to take down the last remaining structures after a year or renovation work. We will certainly be glad to have our back playground free of this. May we express our sincere thanks to parents and pupils for being tolerant of the disruptions that this has caused.
Dear Parent/Guardian Audiology Screening for Foundation Stage 2 & Year 1 Pupils Audiology screening is routinely offered to all children in Foundation Stage 2. Due to the Covid 19 pandemic the usual service delivery of school audiology screening has not been possible. We are aware that the cohort of children who have had their 5th birthday during the academic years of 2019/20 and 2020/21 have not had their audiology screening completed, current Foundation Stage 2 and Year 1