Sports day: Year 3-Year 6

It’s our annual Sports Week. During this week, all children will have the opportunity to participate in numerous sporting events on the Manningham Cricket field (next to school).
Each year group is timetabled to go down to the Manningham Cricket Field to partake in Sports Day activities. Events will include: relay race, sack race, high jump and many more. Parents/carers are welcome to watch their children and join in the fun!

Year 6: 9.15-10.45,
Year 5: 10.50-12.10,
Year 4: 1.00-2.00,
Year 3: 2.00-3.00.

It’s our annual Sports Week. During this week, all children will have the opportunity to participate in numerous sporting events on the Manningham Cricket field (next to school).
Each year group is timetabled to go down to the Manningham Cricket Field to partake in Sports Day activities. Events will include: relay race, sack race, high jump and many more. Parents/carers are welcome to watch their children and join in the fun!

Morning Nursery: 9.00-10.00,
Reception: 10.00-11.00,
Year 1: 11.00-12.00,
Afternoon Nursery: 1.00-2.00,
Year 2: 2.00-3.00.

Year 1 Will be visiting the Yorkshire Wildlife Park near Doncaster. They will be looking at different wild animals around the park that link in with their current curriculum topic.

As part of our curriculum enrichment, we are launching a whole school project all about Margaret McMillan who was an inspirational woman in the 19th century. Each class are going to have a visit to Cartwright Hall where they will take part in a workshop designed for their age group which will develop their knowledge and understanding of this historical figure.
Mandela class will be leaving at 10.00am and returning at 11.30am

As part of our curriculum enrichment, we are launching a whole school project all about Margaret McMillan who was an inspirational woman in the 19th century. Each class are going to have a visit to Cartwright Hall where they will take part in a workshop designed for their age group which will develop their knowledge and understanding of this historical figure.
Malala class will be leaving at 10.00am and returning at 12.00pm
Rowling class will be leaving at 12.45am and returning at 2.45pm

As part of our curriculum enrichment, we are launching a whole school project all about Margaret McMillan who was an inspirational woman in the 19th century. Each class are going to have a visit to Cartwright Hall where they will take part in a workshop designed for their age group which will develop their knowledge and understanding of this historical figure.
Mercury class will be leaving at 10.00am and returning at 11.30am
Jupiter class will be leaving at 12.30pm and returning at 2.00pm

As part of our curriculum enrichment, we are launching a whole school project all about Margaret McMillan who was an inspirational woman in the 19th century. Each class are going to have a visit to Cartwright Hall where they will take part in a workshop designed for their age group which will develop their knowledge and understanding of this historical figure.

As part of our curriculum enrichment, we are launching a whole school project all about Margaret McMillan who was an inspirational woman in the 19th century. Each class are going to have a visit to Cartwright Hall where they will take part in a workshop designed for their age group which will develop their knowledge and understanding of this historical figure.
Nightingale class will be leaving at 10.00am and returning at 11.30am
Bronte class will be leaving at 11.40am and returning at 1.10pm
Hockney class will be leaving at 1.30pm and returning at 2.50pm

As part of our curriculum enrichment, we are launching a whole school project all about Margaret McMillan who was an inspirational woman in the 19th century. Each class are going to have a visit to Cartwright Hall where they will take part in a workshop designed for their age group which will develop their knowledge and understanding of this historical figure.

As part of our curriculum enrichment, we are launching a whole school project all about Margaret McMillan who was an inspirational woman in the 19th century. Each class are going to have a visit to Cartwright Hall where they will take part in a workshop designed for their age group which will develop their knowledge and understanding of this historical figure.
Ennis class will be leaving at 10.00am and returning at 12.00pm
Pankhurst class will be leaving at 12.45pm and returning at 2.45pm