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Relational Circles on the first day back in school.

Katie Lamb our Relational Practice lead came into school to lead RP workshops with children. They learnt about using circles within the classroom and created a problem solving circle to solve a scenario.

A visit from Richie Myler from the Leeds Rhinos. The children got the chance to meet a real sporting superstar. Richie spoke to the children about how teamwork and commitment are really important to being successful. .

Role Model of the Half-term Display. This half-term it's the Williams Sisters.

An email from a visitor to our school: 2.10.23

Hello Jamie I just wanted to say thank you to your staff and the children for the lovely warm welcome I received this morning. I also wanted to say how impressed I was with the atmosphere in school this morning, it was so lovely and calm and all of the children appeared so comfortable and engaging. I'm really looking forward to seeing the children again in church on 23rd October and coming for collective worship again in November Best wishes  Fran Frances Needham Licensed Lay Minister (Reader)

Holy Trinity Church Meanwood

Black History Month: Year 5 have been working with Phoenix Dance on the achieving the Arts Award for school. Each class are focusing on different black role models from Leeds. Year 5 have been looking at the poet from the Chapeltown area of Leeds: Khadija Ibrahiim

The U'9 Football Team celebrating their first game of the season. They had a great time and played with a great team spirit.

The year 4 children had the chance to visit our bear at Leeds Museum. The bear was part of the Leeds Bear Hunt that took place across Leeds over Summer. The evnt raised lots of money for the Leeds Children's Hospital. We were very proud to be part of this special project. We even go the chance to meet the author Michael Rosen.

Year 6 Performance Showcase. The year 6 children were brilliant performing to the whole school. We were treated to a host of talents: including singing, a violin recital, ukulele and piano performances and a drumming masterclass. Well done to all the children who took part.

Over the month of October we have been doing a lot to celebrate Black History Month. We have been working with Phoenix Dance learning about different black role models from the local area including Nicola Adams and Mel B. Additionally, our house event this half-term has been to create a presentation on a black role model. Here are a collection of photos showing all the great stuff we have done.

Our brilliant girls football team played in a mini-tournament this half-term. They showed great team spirit and managed to score lots of goals.

Year 5 Final Performance for Black History Month

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The Year 5 children have worked with Phoenix Dance Theatre over this half-term based on a poem written by Leeds author Khadija Ibrahiim.

Year 6 took part in a dance workshop provided by Phoenix Dance inspired by Black History Month and Dr Arthur France. Children learned and performed a dance to Soca music which was fast paced and exiting