Everyone in school had a lovely walk around the local area this morning. We had a few spots of rain and then beautiful spring sunshine. We made lots of people in the community smile as we passed them by @CathEdService @CatholicCareLeeds
School is open, we have some staff in school. Take your time coming to school today, roads around Ilkley are very treacherous. There will be no late marks. Parents' evening will go ahead as the forecast is for the snow to clear by lunchtime. Any further changes will be posted on website and emailed by parentmail.
This event has been cancelled due to weather conditions, Ilkley Junior Harriers website advises it will not be re-scheduled.
FOLLOWING ADVICE TO ALL BRADFORD SCHOOLS TODAY, OUR SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED ON FRIDAY 2ND MARCH.
WE APOLOGISE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE CAUSED BUT THE SAFETY OF OUR STAFF AND CHILDREN IS PARAMOUNT.
I HOPE THAT THIS EARLIER NOTICE WILL HELP FAMILIES TO HAVE MORE TIME TO MAKE CHILD CARE ARRANGEMENTS .
(THURS 1ST, 7.20PM)
THE SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED TODAY TO ENSURE THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF ALL OF OUR STAFF AND PUPILS.
WE WILL RE ARRANGE A DAY FOR THE CHILDREN TO CELEBRATE WORLD BOOK DAY LATER.
IN THE MEANTIME, PLEASE HAVE A LOVELY SNOW DAY WITH YOUR CHILDREN AND KEEP SAFE.
MRS LUBOMSKI (6.55AM)
DUE TO WEATHER AND ROAD CONDITIONS, SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED THIS AFTERNOON.
TONIGHT'S PARENTS' EVENING IS BEING POSTPONED (SEE PARENTMAIL SENT AT LUNCHTIME TODAY).
PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR CHILD BRINGS SUITABLE FOOTWEAR IN CASE THEY ARE ABLE TO PLAY OUTSIDE DURING THE DAY.
AGAIN, NO LATE MARKS WILL BE ENTERED TODAY DUE TO THE ICY WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR TRAVEL.
PLEASE TAKE EXTRA CARE ON THE ROADS AND PAVEMENTS TODAY.,
It was great to witness all of KS2 having a very active lunchtime on the snow covered field. Lots of laughter and good humoured mischief! Mrs Lubomski was the target of many well-aimed snowballs :) #dressed for the snow #rosycheeks
PLEASE TAKE TRAVELLING THIS MORNING. NO LATE MARKS WILL BE ENTERED DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS.
MRS LUBOMSKI 6.50AM
The year 5 and 6 girls braved the freezing weather on Friday to beat the league champions All Saints'. Kiera curled the ball around the keeper from just inside the area to gain a vital three points for the team.
It was an all round outstanding performance from the team - I could not be prouder!
The girls finished third in the league and have earned a shot at the Champions League Trophy - along with Menston (Matt Gibson's team), Ashlands and Burley Oaks.
Let's bring the silverware home girls!
A massive thank you to all who helped Ellie Ballard raise over £250 for the Paediatric Heart Surgery Unit at Leeds!
We have had a fantastic day full of eating, laughing but also reflecting on the reason why we have Yellow Day.
Year 5 have been working really hard in Science this week - working out how to increase friction on their own marble runs.
The class worked in small groups and competed against their peers.
Well done Year 5 . FR
As Advent begins, and we prepare for the birth of Jesus, the children have made their Advent promises on beautifully decorated candles. All 200 candles are displayed around school, reminding us of the true meaning of Christmas.
Year 4 secured their place in the semi-finals of the dodgeball league this evening, beating Ashlands by the narrowest of margins - 6-5. We play our next game on Monday 4th December at 3.45pm against Burley Woodhead. Those involved please keep a close eye out for any parent mails tomorrow.
This is the furthest we have ever progressed in the league before. Well done boys and girls!
Year 4 boys and girls put in a fantastic effort in their first dodgeball match of the league. The games were very close, but we were pipped at the post! The players really enjoyed it and are looking forward to their next match.
"Remember the 5 D's of dodgeball: Dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge!"
The Years 5 and 6 girls played their third game of the season on Friday: it ended in a 9-0 victory! It was an amazing performance from all who played. Well done girls! LG
Results to date: W/L/W
More photos from our NSPCC fundraising Tough Mudder. #NSPCC #Sacredheart
On Wednesday 19th October, all the children took part in a sponsored 'Tough Mudder' for the NSPCC. Everyone has a fantastic muddy time. They raised the tremendous amount of £2230! A massive thank you to everyone who organised this, took part amd spronsoered our children.