Skylarks News

Skylar’s Missing Note | 08 Oct 2019

Key Stage One had an extra special treat this morning. Mrs Holland very kindly arranged a music workshop for the children to learn all about dynamics, pitch, rhythm and tempo through the wonderful, imaginative story of Skylar’s Missing Note. We’ll let the children tell you all about the missing note and the pesky pigeon! ​​​ …

Tomorrow children have been asked to bring in their favourite toy to school. We are going to be doing some descriptive sentences about them. Please nothing expensive, thank you.

As part of our new topic ‘Hooray! Let’s Go On Holiday’, we set up a travel agents and invited children in to act out different the roles. 

Skylarks – Tag Rugby | 13 Sep 2019

As the Rugby World Cup is just around the corner we have decided to make Tag Rugby part of our outdoor PE sessions each week. Skylarks had their first taster session today, playing games that helped develop running, footwork and movement skills but without the bruises…well without as many bruises!  

Welcome Back! | 03 Sep 2019

Welcome back! We hope that all of our families have had a wonderful Summer break. The children have come into school this morning looking extremely smart and have been excited to move into their new classes with their new teachers. The school has been a hub of activity with PE lessons, writing, maths and so …

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
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