These Y5/6 girls have all received a gold pledge for recognition within an external event. Well done girls 👏🏼
It’s a big day for our Year 6s today as they head off to start secondary school.
Last week, as a last get-together the students took part in the Year 6 residential. This saw them getting stuck into paddle sport activities including kayaking, canoeing and rafting at Ulley Country Park!
The students had lots of fun and it was a great way to create some lasting memories before their next steps.
A big thank you to Wickersley Partnership Trust for organising and hosting the residentials.
Children in Key Stage 2 have been working hard on finalising their entries for the Royal Mail Heroes stamp design competition.
Mrs Dobson’s maths group have been learning about volume.
We had fun using the cubes to help us. 👍
Cheaper travel is available for all under 16s living in South Yorkshire with a MegaTravel Pass. MegaTravellers can travel in South Yorkshire for a single fare of 80p per journey on buses or trams. They can also buy discounted 1, 7 or 28 day tickets, which are loaded onto the pass, which might be cheaper if they travel regularly. Under 16s travelling without a valid pass may be charged full fare, so even if your pupils are not travelling on public transport right now, we’re encouraging early application so they’re ready to go in September. The pass proves a child is eligible to travel for the concessionary fare on public transport in South Yorkshire.
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