Skylarks News

KEY STAGE 1 EXIT POINT  | 15 Jul 2019

Key Stage 1 have been learning all about the history of music this term. We have listened to bands from the past such as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones; talked about how music can affect mood and why we choose to listen to music in the first place. Overwhelmingly – it seems – Tranmere …

On Monday morning at 9.10am, all children from KS1 will be performing our ALPT art entry to parents. The children have been asked to come in their own colourful clothes for the day. We will register the children as normal and then perform on the KS1 playground, facing the steps. At 1pm some of the …

Jacob Phillips from Codswallop CIC, came in to school today to help the children learn more about the history of Guiseley, especially Guiseley Theatre. It was a whistle stop tour of facts and key information of how Guiseley got its name, who paid for St Oswald’s church to be built and who gifted the Guiseley …

We hope all of the parents who were able to make it to the Y2-Y3 transition evening found this useful. For those who couldn’t, please find the presentation we delivered below. If you have any questions, please just speak to a member of the Y3/4 team. Year 2 to Year 3 Transition meeting 2019

KS1 Entry Point | 14 Jun 2019

We’ve all had a fab day at Bradford Industrial Museum, there was so much to see and do. We learnt so much at the workshop and even had a go at weaving, combing, carding and drop spinning. The highlight for most the children was of course the double decker bus…    

KS1 People of the Past Exit Point | 03 Jun 2019

Today each class had the chance to become composers. We researched the life of Mozart and then worked in groups to compose a small piece of music. It was great fun working in groups and listening to all the different sounds we could make.  ​

Top Secret Visit from the Moon! | 20 May 2019

On Thursday last week, we had a top secret visit – so top secret we’re only now allowed to tell you – from the Moon and a meteorite! Colleagues from Bradford Grammar School had been entrusted by NASA to look after a sample of moon rock and a piece of meteorite from the Campo del …

Eagles and Skylarks made the most of the glorious weather on Wednesday and joined up for a PE session outside, run by Miss Ingram and Mr Watters. It was great to see children working together from both classes. 

KS1 Entry Point and Muddy Puddles | 03 May 2019

All of KS1 carried out a scavenger hunt around the banks. They had to find out the names of famous people from the past, what job they did and pick one interesting fact. The children were great investigators and worked really well in pairs. Ask your child about the people they have learnt about. For …

Year 1 Today we are sending home a phonics sheet for homework for you to do with your children. It was 20 ‘nonsense’ words on one side and 20 ‘real’ words on the other. Please encourage your child to segment and blend together, going over any of the mistakes they make. Year 2 Today children …
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