Good Work Assembly February 13th February

Class 1- Rowan was able to record a story about the characters ‘Transformers’. He pressed his Fred fingers to spell.

Samiul has worked really hard in RWI. He has really tried his best to listen and hold a sentence. He has also spelt words correctly and checked his writing so that it makes sense.

Kai worked independently and created a fantastic sculpture. We took a picture and then Kia explained what he had made.

Mille has been learning to subtract using tens and units. She tried so hard and kept on going until she got it correct. Well done Millie.

Lexie, Isabel, Lilly and Shae. This amazing team worked co-operatively together to build an incredible castle from nothing but bits of card and tape. Their problem solving skills were very impressive and there wasn’t a ‘cross’ word between them. They showed great perseverance and imagination.

Nimrah is class 7’s star of the week for persevering and writing a great rap!

Today we found out about a wedding ceremony about the church and Aaron wrote a lovely sentence about the promises the bride and groom make.

Alistair was chosen for his beautifully presented persuasive letter with well thought out points.

Ms Baxter has chosen Emma and Erin for stars of the week- their work on innovate was fabulous!

Kyra showed confidence using Aqua – pencils. She listened carefully to instructions and gave ‘life/movement’ to the three different aliens in her picture.

The following children have received Blue Peter badges for their amazing writing that they submitted! – Aqib, Liam, Billy, Hasnain, Keeron, Thomas, Aqib, Lilly and Harry.

Rosie and Jessica in class 2 received a gymnastics medal and certificate for their performance  at Oakbank.

Liberty has impressed her teacher with her reading. She has been trying so hard and has passed her target for this half term.


Good Work Assembly Friday 6th February


Harry made a model of a flying engine- it looks amazing!

Matty- a fantastic piece of descriptive writing, photo to follow….

Kieran is class 7 star of the week for his excellent work overall. He brings work that he has done at home each day to further his learning. What a star!!!

Mrs Preston is really pleased with how Mathew has significantly improved the presentation of his work.

Harvey & James received a trophy for their super dancing at Messy Church.

Milly- for a super effort all week especially in her stargazer’s topic where she created a super accurate line graph!

Rysa’s writing is improving constantly, she puts 100% effort in  every piece of work. Ms Baxter is extremely pleased with her writing and attitude towards her work.

Faiz has been trying extremely hard this week. He has shown a very good attitude when he had to solve a problem and managed to solve it for himself. He is working to be much more independent.


Good Work Assembly Friday 30th January

Bethany has created a super detailed model of our solar system. The planets had lots of good detail and were well decorated.

Jake completed some detailed, neat and informative writing about the Northern Lights.

Alice has created an amazing owl using pastels. What a fantastic drawing! :)

Mrs Samtaney is really please with Zayn in RWI. He’s reading with much more confidence.

Safa has listened to her feedback and responded to it to help her improve her acrostic poem about Florence Nightingale.

Evie has worked very hard with Accelerated Reader and has achieved 98.5% of her target. She reads regularly at home and takes lots of time and care over her quizzes. Well done Evie. This is her current reading book.

Faiza has been trying really hard to make sure she uses Fred fingers in RWI and set her work out neatly.

Shehriyaar is star of the week  for getting 1 off full marks in his reading comprehension-fantastic!

George did some super role play with Alex Fellows and played a main character from 1066. He also did some super role play in jigsaw.

Ava-Mai has done a piece of writing on a mark-marking table, independently.

Zain worked really well with his linking school partner from St. Mary’s Riddlesden. He was a credit to Nessfield and a great role model. He made sure he listened and co-operated with Zak during the art activity.

Euan had produced this amazing piece of artwork-well done!


Good Work Assembly Friday 23rd January

Liam has amazed his teacher with his kenning poem about 1066, fantastic work!

Maariyah has produced super accurate calculation work this week. She has been a star!

Ellis was brilliant in our re-enactment of the Battle of Hastings and then wrote this amazing report, full detail of and complex sentences.

Lola- Has worked very hard this week. She has been able to make amounts of money up to 20p. she has set out her work neatly.

Subhaan & Rabaile- Both of these children achieved a score of 20/20 in their SATs mental maths test this week.

Imogen did some excellent research to be able to explain why the moon appears to change shape. She now knows this is called The Phases of the Moon.

Libby- This week Year 1 have been learning about coins and making different amounts. Libby made amounts independently. 

Callum’s behaviour has improved so much this term and you can tell as his work is fantastic! Yesterday we studied Florence Nightingale and looked at her life events and added more detail. Well done Callum, keep it up!

Jessica decided to create a town. She effectively cut out each house and recalled the numbers, ordering her town. Later, on Friday, Jessica added a sentence. Well done!

Luke has produced fantastic inuit art work, using a range of materials.

Petr has made boat out of plasticine and investigated how the shape of the boat helps it float.

Kadey has written a letter to the pirate who left a treasure chest outside of Class 6. A detailed letter, well done Kadey!

Farrah has been a superstar this week, look at her super work!

Meia has worked really hard on her cornerstones topic this week. She has been looking at Florence Nightingales life. Well done Meia!


Happy New Year from our friends in Taiwan!

Hello Boys and Girls

It’s Mrs O’Hara here! Guess what I received last week?

A package from Taiwan! Our twinned school in Taiwan – ‘Wen Ya’ sent us lots of Happy New Year cards. They are beautifully presented and tell us lots of information about the children. Here are a few examples. If you want to see more come and find me in school.

I think we need to send them something back that’s just as nice. Can you think what we could send them?

Mrs O’Hara xxx

Good Work Assembly Friday 16th January

Ethan has created a fabulous cake for his homework, he had to create a model of the Solar System.

Alannah is Star of the Week for completing a cricket quiz at Headingley correctly and in the quickest time. Year 6 behaved brilliantly on the trip and Mrs. Baxter was so proud that she asked if Mr. Bell could mention it in assembly. The cricket staff were extremely impressed- and said they were a “credit to the school.”

Isabelle has been a superstar this week. In the Maths Den she bought items from the shop and was able to make up to 70p using the coins.

Inaya has written about the ice sculpture. She completed her writing independently.

Maisie has been writing a pirate story and listening to all her next steps.

Cole has produced a great description of Captain Hook and his life.

Lucy has for working superbly since Christmas. She has created an interesting and informative fact file.

Matthew has impressed his teacher by producing this super piece of work about Harold Godwinson.

Lucy has been chosen for the map work she completed for her cornerstones Frozen Kingdom. All of her work is always done to a very high standard.

Maisie created a story map. Maisie independently holds and spells sentences to match most pictures.

Mrs Meehan is pleased with Micky Lee’s effort with all his work. Well done!

Good Work Assembly 9th January

A fantastic array of work was selected for Good Work Assembly today. Take a look at the examples of the work pictured below. Well done to everyone who had their work chosen!

Year 2 Art Exhibition

Year 2 were very luck to finish their ‘Muck, Mess and Mixture’ topic with an Art Exhibition held at Cobbles and Clay! They used all the art techniques they had learnt to create some fantastic pieces of art work. Everyone who came along enjoyed themselves and thought the children had done some amazing pieces.
Take a look through the pictures and let Year 2 know what was your favourite piece.
Art Exhibition on PhotoPeach

Good Work Assembly Friday 12th December

Akaash has used the mouse to create a winter picture. Then he used the keyboard to write a sentence. All independent-well done!

Lucy has shown a super hard working attitude with all of her cornerstones work.

Charlie has worked hard in his cornerstones topic, his teacher is really proud of him and we are too!

Well Done Kaitlyn for smashing your accelerated reader target with 158%. She reads regular at home and achieves top scores in all her quizzes.

Artemis is class 7 star or the week for her super understanding of the Pandora’s box Greek Myth. She wrote a really sensible moral.

Tarryn made an amazing rat for the cornerstones homework project, well done.

Connor for his excellent contribution to our innovate day. He came up with very creative ideas and asked good questions.

Thomas is putting a huge effort into improving his writing.

Aidan wrote a letter to King Minos to persuade him to let him pretend to be a child and be sent to Crete.

Rowan designed a winter home at home with collage materials.

Lewis has worked hard to write a descriptive first-hand account of a character from the Christmas story. He thought hard to use complex sentences in his writing.

Alisha and Faiza worked really well together to create a collage of a rainbow. They have been using all the techniques that they have learnt this half term to get ready for their art exhibition.


Good Work Assembly 5th December

Kacie has worked independently to research the Peasants’ Revolt and combined information from a video and a text to write about the key events.

Grace has created an outstanding diary entry which included really deep thinking, feelings and creative events.

Jamima has shown a brilliant attitude in Maths’ lessons- resulting in he moving up a group in Maths.

Zain has worked really hard, writing a letter to Jill at Cobbles and Clay to ask if Year 2 can hold an art exhibition. He’s tried really hard to use correct punctuation and finger spaces.

Alisha & Georgia have worked well together to do a recount of their visit to the church.

Dale is Star of the Week for his Theseus and the Minotaur story. He asks about his targets all the time and tries his hardest to achieve them.

Macy measured the art straws accurately to a non-standard unit of ‘one teddy bear’ and so on. Excellent maths knowledge.


Year 1 are learning about weather and seasons. For their homework project they had to choose one season and create a collage, treasure box or draw a picture. Ayla has created an amazing canvas.

Ben, Joshua and Henna have all been chosen for their work on Victorian school was excellent they drew and labelled beautiful diagram of schools to show their learning.

Sami has amazed his RWI teacher with his super sentence!

Wow Charlie! You’re cornerstones themed yellow book assessment is fantastic!

Holly and Kesley were selected for Good Work Assembly for their brilliant dancing during P.E lessons. They have both listened carefully and have improved.