Last week, Years 3 and 4 were invaded by a Roman visitor and he brought a legion of battle hardened, well disciplined and extremely well trained soldiers with him. Children learnt about the Roman invasion of Britain, the wars they had to keep control of Britannia and their battle tactics. I'd like to thank all the children (and staff) who dressed up, it added that little bit of magic to the day.
After weeks of work, the reading shed on the playground is now finished and open for pupils at break and lunch times. Kitted out with new rugs, beanbags and books, it provides an excellent reading resource for our children to sit, enjoy and love reading. The artwork on the walls is fantastic and Miss Farrell deserves a huge thank you for all her time and effort in creating the fantastic murals found inside.
We have recently joined the Kids Pass School Scheme designed to help schools boost their funds whilst offering its children and their families amazing discounts at the Top UK Attractions.
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Cookridge Primary school will be participating in Healthy Living Week commencing 19th June 2017.
The purpose of the week is to raise awareness of healthy eating and drinking, cooking, food provenance and being active to promote key health messages and habits to young people.
We will be trying some of the Healthy Eating Week challenges during the week.
You can support your child with the challenges by trying some of them at home as a family.
To find out more and get involved, have a look on www.foodafactoflife.org.uk
The Leeds Book Awards came to a conclusion today with the awards ceremony at Pudsey Civic Hall. The children got to see the winner crowned, which was 'Murder In Midwinter' by Fleur Hitchcock. Mr Gamble and Raj Sharma were even chosen as volunteers to go on stage to act out a children's book read by compere Jason Beresford. See if you can spot them through their 'costumes'. Children then got the chance to meet the authors, get their autographs and pose for photos. It was an excellent end to our Leeds Book Awards journey and we are already excited about next year's shortlist!
As some of you are aware, Miss Farrell has been extremely busy this week painting the soon to be furbished and open reading shed on the playground. Here are a few early pictures to give you a sneak peek as to what is happening. Further photos and news will follow shortly.
"Sell cake for Macmillan at The World's Biggest Coffee Morning this September - bake it or fake it, at work or at home and make a difference to people facing cancer." Well we did and we made a difference!!!
An information leaflet has been produced to provide information for parents with a child at primary school, in Year 2 or Year 6.
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