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In Yr3/4, we invited the parents to join us with a STEM workshop, the challenge being to build a 3D structure out of a maximum of 40 cocktail sticks and 20 midget gems, to hold the weight of a dictionary. During the session, we also learnt some top tips about stable and strong 3D shapes like tetrahedrons.
What fun we had and look at all these amazing structures!
The change is pupils will now return to school on Monday 29th April, and the training day will now be on Monday 22nd July 2019. You can also find the term dates for 2017-2018, 2018-2019 and the provisional term dates for 2019-2020* on our terms dates page.
*Please note that the 2019-2020 term dates are the recommended term dates provided by City of York Council for schools in the City of York area; as usual, all schools will also be closed to pupils for a further 5 School Training/Professional Development Days in 2019-2020 and we will inform parents and carers of these training dates next year.
We had a lovely time visiting our friends at Barstow House as part of the Musical Connections project!
The letter regarding the clubs on offer over the Summer term has been sent home in book bags. We ask that you go through the list with your child and select three clubs that they would like to attend. In…
Holi was celebrated in Year 3/4.
There is so much science to investigate with snow… friction, temperature, changing states, weather and precipitation are just a few things to think and learn about. Of course, it is also great fun!
I’ve been there before but I think this year was the best!Kizzy
We were due to leave school at 11.30 for our exciting Young Voices adventure to Manchester Arena. Unfortunately, the company we had booked didn’t have a coach for us which we found out from our hero Mrs Cole. Luckily, we got a coach from Pullman’s (our second heroes of the day, along with Mrs Deighton for organising it) and we were OFF!
Soon after, when we were all starving, we ate a delicious lunch on the coach.
It took an hour and a half to get to the arena but fortunately we got there (at last!). The arena was massive and we were all very excited, there was also a lot of security.
When we got inside, we found our seats way up high in the arena. After that, we rehearsed for three hours, which was really tiring but good to sing with the other 5000 children that were there as well as some of the soloists.
Then it was time for a scrumptious dinner!
Later, we saw all our friends and family that had come to watch the concert and suddenly, the lights went off! Then the fancy stage lights came on and we switched on our Young Voices torches, the concert had STARTED!
The concert included: the fabulous dancers Urban Strides (who did a Star Wars dance), acapella singers the Magnets, the amazing singer Natalie Williams and an awesome 16 year old guitarist called Alfie Sheard. We also sang lots of songs, one of our choir’s favourites was Africa where we even created a rainstorm using body percussion!
It was AMAZING to watch and do!Zarah
Finally, after lots of waiting, we left the arena and found our coach but unluckily, two roads were closed on the way home!
We arrived back in York at roughly 11.20pm, lots of people fell asleep on the way home because we’d been so busy. What an amazing night!
One of the best experiences I’ve ever had!Anya
By Zarah, Kizzy and Anya
Young Voices is Monday 22nd January – next week! Please remember the following things for next Monday: Two packed lunches—PACKED TEA MUST BE IN A PLASTIC BAG TO TAKE IN TO THE ARENA. NO OTHER BAGS WILL BE TAKEN IN.…