Let’s hope that the rain stays away long enough to mark the parking bays!
It is very exciting to see that the new car park is close to completion.
The new gates were installed today, with these being operated via the main school office.
Hopefully this will enable staff and visitors to park more easily.
Parents are reminded that, as part of the Council planning approval, they are unable to use the car park during school hours. The car park will be open to parents during parents evenings, meetings and performances.
Thanks to Mrs Wake, Mrs Hull and Mr Moore, we have an incredible garden and vegetable beds. They are truly impressive. The orchard has even born fruit.
Come and visit, near Key Stage 2. It will make you smile and relax and cannot fail to impress!
I was very excited to see the diggers begin their work on the new car park.
By the time everyone comes back to school in September, it should be spacious, safe and wonderful!!
Writing is something which Year 5 love to do.
They were particularly inspired, after their visit to the Art gallery, to see the work by Fiona Rae.
Our dancers met up with the Olympic Torch bearer, when they attended the event at Harewood House last month.
Did you know that there are 8000 holes in each torch?
Do you know what they symbolise?
These girls in Year 1 were incredibly proud of the writing that they had produced.
This was a retelling of a tale of a little white owl.
I was impressed by the cursive writing, the confident use of speech marks and the flow of the stories.
All four are quite right to be smiling so much….well done!
Allerton CE Primary is taking part in the Every Child Matters survey at https://beheard.leedslearning.net. This is an opportunity for children and young people to say what it is like to grow up in Leeds. Questions cover all aspects of their lives, ranging from their health, their experiences of school, how they feel about where they live and what they want to do in the future. In 2010/11, the fourth year of the survey, more than 7000 children and young people in Leeds took part. The findings of the survey are available here.
At our school, we give the children many opportunities to become involved in the community.
Last week, a group of children were invited to take part in the Olympic Torch Celebrations at Harewood House. Princess Beatrice was representing the Royal Family, this making it quite exciting!
Which team could survive the midge attack, to create the tallest, free standing tower?!
Mr Horsley measured each one…..