Champions of champions tag rugby tournament.


Some of our y6 boys have been representing us in a tag rugby tournament at Cougar Park in Keighley today.

Our players demonstrated plenty of neat passes, mazy runs and impressive tackles.

We beat Lees 3-2 but lost 5-3 to Burley Oaks. Both matches were very competitve and played in a great sporting manner.

Our signing group in action…


Our signing group are learning British Sign Language with Mrs Spencer on Tuesday lunchtimes…

Can you speak another language?

Lunch time


The dinner ladies work very hard preparing our lunches for us.


This is the menu today.

What would you choose to eat?

I would have the vegetable curry and fruit crumble.


Year 3 are investigating databases


Last week year 3 created databases by asking questions to members of their class.

Each question had to be thought about very carefully, some answers required numbers only.  One or more question required a ‘drop down menu’ for choices and another field the answer could be ‘written free hand’ eg: first name.

This week these databases are been investigated to find “most popular” and “least popular”.

Some questions and results showed some very interesting findings.

We are also looking at the results of this data using different methods.

How do you like to read data?

Line graph / Pie chart / Bar chart / List ??????

Do you know how to create databases and read the results?

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Hothfield going global!


Have you seen the flag counter on the right hand side of this page?

People from all around the world are able to view our blog site. The flag counter tells us which countries people have viewed our site from, and how many people from that country have viewed our site.

Can you work out all the different countries that people have visited our blog from?

And. . . . . . .

Year 4 are leaving Coberhill just before the drizzle changes to rain. Photographs are the last from this residential stay.  We arrived home safe and sound, some slept on the coach.

Everyone will take with them great memories that will last for the rest of their lives.



In the far distance we can only just see the other group catching up on us.


Here we are with Mr Carey leading.




Shanae and Caitlin’s poem