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Girls from Year 4 and Year 6  participated in the annual St Bart’s Cup competing against other schools in the football tournament, and had an enjoyable day out in the sunshine!



Spring Bank held its annual careers fair today to inspire and inform our students! For those seeking science, in attendance were dentists, a medic student training to be become a doctor, an electrical engineer and a zoologist. For our students interested in the arts ITV Yorkshire were on hand, as was a representative from the Leeds Museums and Galleries. Meanwhile, many showed interest in occupational therapy, becoming a lawyer and in the Civil Service, and Leeds Beckett University was available for any concerns regarding higher education.

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The Key Stage 2 Disco will now be held on the 28th June, starting at 3:30pm after school and finishing at 5pm. Refreshments will be available and a multitude of tunes and games will be played!


On Wednesday 21st June at 8pm the Spring Bank PTA will be hosting a quiz night at HEART in Headingley  (Bennett Road, Headingley, Leeds, LS6 3HN) to raise money for the school. There is a maximum of 5 players per team, and only £1 per person to enter!

Grab your thinking caps and come along!



After a fantastic effort earlier this year by the Reception team, including pupils and parents, Reception were able to raise enough money to buy an incubator; their efforts, and 3 weeks of patience, have been rewarded this week after the first egg hatched! It was swiftly followed by several more yellow fluffy bundles overnight and, as of today (Wednesday 17th May), 11 chicks have hatched.

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The Blah, Blah, Blah theatre company brought their fabulous show, ‘A Tale to Tell’ to Year 5 this morning. The children were delighted with the performance especially the shadow theatre scenes. They also had the opportunity to use their imaginations and create their own tale of Sinbad and perform it to the rest of the class.



At the end of last term, before the Easter holidays, we said goodbye to Mrs Mills, our SEN coordinator, music coordinator and class teacher of 13 years. It was only right, that as music coordinator, she was serenaded in her final good work assembly! Years 4 and 5, who are learning the ukulele, played and sang ‘Walking on Sunshine’ by Katrina and The Waves for her to say goodbye and thank her for all her hard work at the school.

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Today we celebrated Red Nose Day in aid of Comic Relief! Our assembly hall was a mass of red as lots of our pupils wore in scarlet for the occasion, and some even dressed up back to front, in pajamas and, of course, with red noses!

A big thank-you to all the pupils and parents who donated a pound today!


Last week we put Fair Trade in our break to raise awareness about how what we eat and buy can help the people who produce it and grow the ingredients! We had a stall for both Key Stages during our morning break selling small bags of dried pineapple and banana, cookies and fresh bananas.

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