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Congratulations to Izzy and Lily who qualified for the finals of the county cross country competition at Dalby Forest on 23 March and came 29th and 43rd out of over 60 participants - well done girls!

Our whole school summer visit to Newby Hall

Countryside Live 2016

We all dressed up in sports clothes and took part in lots of activities to raise money for Sports Relief!

Mr Kotwal came to our school to talk to us about Islam

We are so proud of Lily who represented our school in the cross country finals in Dalby Forest! Go Lily!

Mrs Copley's Oompa Loompa dance!

Scarborough - 14.07.15 Having fun on the sand!

 

Having fun on the sand!Having fun on the sand!

Class1 are having an incubator in their classroom and are hatching our chicks!

On 6 March we celebrated World Book Day. We all dressed up as opur favourite animals from a story and shared books with each other.

On 26th February we had a visit from Farmer Carl, Minty the Lamb and Henrietta Hen

During January and February KS1 pupils took part in Active Children sessions. This was led by Selby Sports Development Unit in partnership with Selby District Council. Over the 5 session pupils had some physical activity sessions, tasted vegetables, made smoothies and healthy wraps and took part in an oral health session. These pictures show the children making healthy wrap "faces".

On Thursday 19th December we had a very special visitor to our school Christmas party.

On 28th November representatives from KS2 took part in a Cross Country Competition at Tadcaster Grammar School along with other primary schools in our area.

On Monday, 25th November KS2 pupils visited Thwaite Mills Watermill Museum in Leeds as part of our project work on the Victorians. The pupils were involved in special Christmas themed workshops as well as spending time in the museum.

On Friday 13th December the whole school invited parents and carers to our Christingle service which was held in Burton Salmon Village Hall.

On Thursday 12th November we were delighted to formally open the Burton Salmon Primary School Community Garden with the help from local dignitaries. We gratefully acknowledge Awards For All for their grant aid for this important project.

In November the whole school took part in a reading day. These pictures show pupils sharing books together in a buddy reading session.

On Thursday, 24th October, pupils in years 5 and 6 took part in a Tag Rugby competition with other primary schools at Selby Rugby Club as part of our P.E. curriculum.

On Thursday, 17th October KS2 visited Armley Mills Industrial Museum and Abbey House Museum in Leeds as part of their project work on the Victorians. The pupils were involved in workshops as well as spending time in the museums.

Our Harvest Festival took place on 11th October in Burton Salmon Village Hall and afterwards back at school pupils raised money for Water Aid our chosen charity.

In September Class 1 pupils visited Skipwith Farm as part of their studies on Harvest and crops.

Great Fire of London - We had a visit from the Fire Service in September. We had a controlled burning/re-enactment of the Fire of London. The children had to work as a team to pass water buckets to work the hand pump to put out the fire.

These pictures show the model Tudor homes that KS2 pupils designed and built in groups.

We enjoyed a wonderful visit from Zoolab in September when the children were able to look at and handle a variety of live animals.

On Tuesday, 10th September npower Climate Cops came into school to work with each class. Climate Cops forms part of the npower Brighter Futures programme and links to the Government's national framework for sustainable schools. The programme aims to empower the next generation from the first day at school to the first day at work and show children how they can be heroes in tackling the causes of climate change, both in their homes and in their schools.

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