Spring Bank Primary School

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Christmas has arrived at Spring Bank! Parents, pupils and staff have enjoyed festive performances from Reception in ‘The Little Fir Tree’ and Christmas performances from KS1 and KS2 exploring Victorian Christmas traditions and Christmas carols. The children have enjoyed musical performances in assembly, festive arts and crafts alongside party games and food on Thursday. The children also enjoyed a delicious Christmas dinner on the last day! Thank you to everyone for all their hard work this term. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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On Thursday 10th December, Spring Bank Primary took part in Oxglam day and raised over £120 for Oxfam! Children and staff ‘glammed’ up by dressing smartly for the day. Thank you to everyone who donated! 

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A huge thank you to graffiti artists Nick from ‘Olas Art’ and Elliot from ‘Leeds Urban Art’ for completing our two bespoke art murals on the KS1 and KS2 walls. The joint project between the PTA, Hyde Park Source and the school has been a big success! Parents and children have been working hard to design the murals. Last week, Nick and Elliot gave art workshops to all classes, allowing all the children to have an input into the final design of the murals. Once again, a massive thank you to everyone involved! Which one is your favourite?

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Spring Bank Primary took part in anti-bullying week between 16th-20th November 2015. This year, the children were asked to ‘Make a Noise about bullying’. Throughout the week, the school and children helped to raise awareness about bullying in several ways, including a special assembly with musical performances, a play written and performed by a group of year 6 pupils, anti-bullying bunting and posters and special discussions in PSHE lessons. The children wore blue clothing in support of ‘Blue Friday’ to raise awareness of anti-bullying week. Finally, all the children, staff and some parents gathered outside on the pitch to ‘Make a Noise about bullying’ together for all of Headingley to hear!

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On Monday 9th November 2015, Katie from Wheatfields Hopsice gave a special assembly about the support Wheatfields Hospice provide within the local community. The Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice is a local hospice we are happy to support. 

 

 

On Tuesday 20th October 2015, Spring Bank Primary enjoyed a harvest festival assembly. Cheryl Kebeye from Right Choices food bank based at HEART, Headingley came to talk to the children about how the food donations we had collected in school will help local people. Following our assembly a group of children visited the food bank to help hand out donations. Thank you to everyone for their donations!

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On Wednesday 14th October 2015, the children experienced a lively falconry display from Owl Adventures in our assembly. The children interacted with three different types of owl and learnt interesting facts before watching the owls fly around the hall!

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D-Side Drugs Education visited Spring Bank Primary on Friday 9th October to work with all the classes in KS2. Children in each year group studied a range of substances including cigarettes, alcohol, solvents and legal and non-legal drugs as part of the school’s work in keeping pupils safe.

 

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On Friday 25th September 2015, a group of year 6 pupils organised a bake sale to raise money for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), a charity helping to provide support to refugees. A massive total of over £350 was raised. Thank you to everyone involved!

 

Well done Spring Bank Primary for raising £158.80 on Jeans for Genes day! On Friday 18th September 2015, the children wore denim to support children affected by genetic disorders, in memory of former pupil Rosie Ismail.

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