Health Week Launch
Posted on 02 July 2018 by Miss Beatson
Our health week has got off to a fantastic start. Today, we had a football themed play presented by the Tutti Frutti company, followed by a skip-a-thon and a tennis session.
Posted on 02 July 2018 by Mr Roundtree
The long holidays can be a tricky time for families. The extended services team (EPOSS) have organised two drop-ins for parents / carers – an opportunity to come in and chat with the team about any difficulties, ask advice or look at problem solving together, to try and help the holidays be an enjoyable time for all the family. Or, just a chance to have some adult
conversation and a cuppa!
There’s no need to make an appointment. Just drop in at any time during the session.
- Friday 10 August, 10.00am – 12 noon, Wetherby Children’s Centre
- Friday 17 August, 10.00am – 12pm noon, Boston Spa Children’s Centre
Posted on 28 June 2018 by Miss Beatson
Posted on 28 June 2018 by Miss Beatson
We are looking forward to our PTA summer fair tomorrow. There will be a tombola, bouncy castle, penalty shoot out, toy stall, refreshments and much more. We hope to see lots of you there!
Leeds Youth Summit
Posted on 26 June 2018 by Miss Beatson
Representatives of our School Council visited Leeds Civic Hall today. They attended the Leeds Youth Summit event, along with other schools from all around Leeds.
This half-term's Christian value is...
Posted on 12 June 2018 by Mr Roundtree
What is honesty? Honesty is being trustworthy and truthful in our friendships, our relationships, our school and our community. We understand that we need to be honest and truthful with others when working together as a team.
The challenge for us is: How can we be honest in our daily lives? How can we encourage people to be honest? What can we do to fix it if we forget to be honest?
Why did the Church Council choose this Christian value? ‘Everyone needs to be honest because Jesus’ disciple [Peter] wasn’t honest [when he denied Jesus].’ (Year 3 Church Council member)
How can I support my child at home? Talk together as a family about the consequences of not being honest. Encourage your child to write a story or draw a picture to show what happens when people are dishonest – your child can bring the stories in to school to add to our class reflection areas.
Posted on 07 June 2018 by Mrs Allen-Kelly
Wow! What an exciting afternoon F2 have had at Wetherby Library today.
We were treated to a story time of The Great Pet Sale and A Busy Day For Birds. The children got to hold many animals, both cute and cuddly and small and spiky, in an experience hosted by Lion Learners.
We held rabbits, a bearded dragon, a tarantula, guinea pigs, a snake and giant snails!
As a special treat to celebrate the launch of National Bookstart Week 2018 , the children were sent home with their very own copy of A Busy Day For Birds.
The children were all exceptionally brave and brilliantly behaved, both during our careful walk from school to the library and throughout the session. They were a real credit to our school and should feel very proud of themselves, as we are of them.
Take a look at our fun-filled video of our visit below:
Annual survey of parents and carers - new deadline
Posted on 06 June 2018 by Mr Roundtree
The annual survey of parents and carers is open for you to tell us your views. Thank you to the parents and carers who have completed a survey so far.
We’ve extended the closing date for the survey to 22 June to give even more of you a chance to tell us your views.
Have you responded to our annual survey yet?
Posted on 01 June 2018 by Mr Roundtree
At St James’ CE Primary, we’re always keen to hear your views.
Visit the survey site and respond to a series of statements – either agree / agree strongly or disagree / disagree strongly (or say that you don’t know). There’s also the opportunity to add any comments you may have. The survey should take you about five minutes – maybe a bit longer if you add lots of comments. The survey is open until 11 June.
Thank you for sharing your views.
Year 6 Residential
Posted on 24 May 2018 by Miss Beatson
Our Year 6 children are currently at Robinwood on their residential. Here are some pictures of them having a fantastic time!