All the children in Reception had a fantastic time in the snow today! They loved being creative making snowmen, building, digging and moving snow, sledging on the field and generally having a very exciting time!
Happy New Year!
We hope everyone had a fabulous Christmas! It’s the start of the new year and the new term, so it is the perfect time to decide on a new year resolution to become a better person. We spoke to some of the teachers to find out what their resolutions are….
To stop losing my pens….Mrs Lea
Go to the gym….Miss Smith
To save some money every month….Mrs Keighley.
Say something nice to someone every month….Mrs Pinder
To not eat as much chocolate and go to the gym….Mrs Gardner
Have you got a new year’s resolution?
Last half term the House Team that earned the most house points were…… Javelin!
On Friday 9th January, the children in Javelin team had a non school uniform day as a reward.
At Blakehill we get house points for: doing good work, being well behaved, trying hard , having good manners and always doing our best!
On the 9th January 2015, class 3L did an amazing assembly about their School Linking day! They told us about how they made many friends and how they had so much fun. They linked with a school called Westbourne Primary and went all the way to Nell Bank in Ilkley to meet each other. They did lots of different activities and it looked like they had tons of fun!
Lots of parents came to see the assembly and all the parents were so happy and had a big smile on each of their faces.
Are you in Year 3? If you went to Nell Bank, tell us if you had fun! What was your favourite activity? Did you make any new friends? Are you excited to see them again next time Blakehill go to meet Westbourne primary?
By Rebecca and Libby 6KW.
We are proud to say that our Reception and our KS1 Christmas performances were featured in the Telegraph and Argus over the festive period. The children and staff worked very hard on their performances and all their hard work paid off. They were all very happy when they had found out that they were in the Telegraph and Argus.
Click here to see the article and photographs