For one whole year (all 365 days, 12 months, and 500,000 minutes of it), Leeds is Letting Culture Loose.Leeds will be embarking on a year-long celebration of culture, happening all over the city and everybody can be a part of it!
To introduce Leeds 2023 they are running a Roadshow which will be stopping at Allerton CE Primary on Monday 16th May 5:30pm-7:30pm. Why not come along and find out what it is all about? More information is available on the Leeds 2023 website
We are delighted to announce that our film of The Scottish Play is being premiered by @SSF_UK on Wednesday! Check out the film at https://shakespeareschoolsfilmfestival.org/allerton-primary-school.html
We will be running 30 min tours of the school for prospective Reception parents in small groups of 9 (max of 3 per family) on:
- Tues 23rd Nov 21 at 9.30am and 10:10am and
- Thu 25th Nov 21 at 9.30am, 10:10am and 4pm and 4:40pm
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book on with your name/s, child’s name and Date of Birth and preferred sessions. Please email any questions you have to that email address too.
We look forward to welcoming you to our school!
Over the summer we were awarded LMEP Music Champion School status which recognises a schools’ outstanding commitment to music education. Music Champion School status is awarded to any schools in Leeds who have made a significant impact on their pupils’ lives through their music offer. The panel commented that it was “great to hear from a school that offers such a full musical experience for their children.”
You can read more here
Some of our Year 6 went out litter picking and were spotted by someone who works quite close to our school. They sent this kind message:
Today I have seen a group of young people out picking litter in the community. It was such a wonderful sight to see that these young people were helping the local community look better by litter picking. They were all well behaved, and looked like they were being supported really well by their support worker. I felt incredibly proud seeing that these young people were wanting to help make their community better. Also their behaviour was extremely good and they presented your school incredibly well.
It’s a real credit to them all, and for yourselves organising something like this.
It is so nice to feel appreciated! This Sunday is “Thank You Day” but maybe everyday should be a Thank You Day!