School Council Elections

School Council Election

On Thursday, in Class 3, we were all very excited to hold our class school council election. Posters were made, campaigning had been done, speeches written - we were ready to stand up in front of our classmates and say why they should vote for us! After Mrs Shaw's…

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Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week

Pupil Blog by Leighton and Charlotte

This week is anti-bullying week, although we don’t have bullying at our school it is still very important to learn about, because of how mean and un-kind it can be by making people’s lives sad. We first had an assembly about…

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School Council Elections

School Council Election

 

Class 4 were buzzing with excitement on Friday morning as the day had arrived for pupils to read out their manifestos for the School Council election. Candiates nervously read out their proposals and then each year group elected their chosen candidate. We were…

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The Firemen visit Class 4

The Firemen visit Class 4

 

On Thursday afternoon, some of the firemen from Garforth Fire Station visited Class 4 to give a very important fire safety talk. They discussed how all houses should have a fire alarm and advised how a family could write a fire plan - just in case! They also…

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Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day

Armistice Day is on the 11th November and is also known as Remembrance Day. It marks the day World War One ended, at 11 am on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918. Every Remembrance Day at 11 am, people all over the world come together for 2 minutes of silence. We have a…

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History

VE Day!

German radio announced on 1 May 1945 that Adolf Hitler had died. There was some reluctance at first from the Allies to accept that Hitler was dead, concerned that it might be the beginnings of an escape plot. After Hitler's death leadership of Germany passed to other high-ranking Nazi…

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Eden Camp

Eden Camp

We had a fantastic trip on Thursday to Eden Camp, we loved exploring the museum and seeing things we had been learning about in class. The children were amazing, I'm very proud they represented the school so well. 

Our favourite parts:

  • pressing the 'DO NOT PRESS' button in…
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Bikeability

Bikeability

On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, our Year 6 children embarked on their 'Bikeability' training with some achieving their Level 1 and others achieving their Level 2! The rain and wind did not deter them as they perfected their skills on the school playground on Monday, ready to set…

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Jeans for Genes

Jeans for Genes Day 2017

 

Written by Oliver, William and Billy

‘Jeans for Genes’ is about helping people with genetic disorders. A genetic disorder is something that is passed on from your ancestors or parents, like bad eyesight, immune disorders, human development or diseases.

You…

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KS1 Story Time Club

Key Stage 1 Story Time Club

 

We have had a wonderful time today at our KS1  lunchtime story club. Today's story was 'Too Noisy' by Malachy Doyle & Ed Vere.

 

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Transition into Year 5

Transition day by Millie B and Liberty

Today, the year 4’s went into Class 4 for our transition day. We were mostly excited to be in our new class with Mrs Warner and join up with the current year 5’s again.

First of all, we drew self-portraits of ourselves, then Mr May kindly cut out the…

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Transition into Year 4

Transition day by Evie D and Emily

Today was transition day and we welcomed the current year 2s into our class to visit for the morning. First, we all made a circle and played a get to know you game where we all took it in turns to say what our favourite thing was, but we had to remember what…

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Production

Aladdin

Weekly blog by Billy (a street child) and Alexander (a royal trumpeter)

This week KS2 performed our production of Aladdin. We have been working hard for weeks preparing for our shows and we think everyone would agree that is was amazing. It has been very hard work but also really fun…

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D-side

D-side

Dave from D-side visited us yesterday to talk about alcohol and peer pressure, we learnt about the different types of alcohol, how to deal with peer pressure and we even tried on ‘beer goggles’ to see how our vision is affected by alcohol. We found it very informative, thank you…

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Red Nose Day!

Happy Red Nose Day from Class 3!

Take a closer look at our photos in our photo gallery

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Red Nose Day!

Happy Red Nose Day from Class 4! 

 

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Red Nose Day!

Weekly Blog by Kara, Harry and Jessica

Tomorrow we are celebrating and raising money for Comic Relief, who support and fund 1000’s of projects around the world. Between January 2014 and September 2015, they have made grants totalling £138.8 million, to help make a difference to the lives of…

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Pupil Blog - World Book Day!

Weekly blog by Oliver and Alexander

Today we have been celebrating world book day, it is a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and most importantly it's a celebration of reading.  

We started the day with a special book day assembly, led by some of our classmates,  two gangster…

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World Book Day

World Book Day!

This Thursday marked World Book Day and Class 2, alongside the rest of Aberford Primary School, came to school dressed as their favourite book characters.

Reading is one of the main areas of focus for our learning in Class 2, with the children taking home reading books on a…

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World Book Day Celebrations

World Book Day Celebrations

Written by: Jason, Zac. Luke and Ethan

 

On Thursday 2nd March 2017, Aberford Primary School was transformed into a world of imagination and wonder! All of the pupils and staff were invited to dress up as their favourite book character, making it a day full of…

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World Book Day

Happy World Book Day from Class 1!

You all looked amazing and had put so much effort in to your character costumes!

We had a lovely day celebrating our favourite books such as The Tiger Who Came for Tea, Zog and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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Teddy Bear tea party

Goodbye Party!

We had a lovely time this afternoon saying goodbye to Eliza with a Teddy Bear tea party!

The class had made their own biscuits (strawberry, chocolate and ginger flavour) and we shared them with our favourite teddy bear from home.

We also played a few favourite party games…

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Firemen Visit

Fire Safety Visit in Class 4

 

This morning, Class 4 had a very important visitor with some very important messages. A Firefighter from Garforth fire station came to school with some key safety advice for us all.

During the 90 minute visit, pupils were taught about the Fire Triangle -…

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The Landlord's Cat

Class 2's Nativity 

This week, Class 2 performed their annual Nativity play. This year’s production was a variation of the traditional Nativity story, called The Landlord’s Cat.

 

The performance on Tuesday was a great success. I’m sure that all parents in attendance will agree that the…

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Reception Nativity

Class 1's Nativity

We were very proud of our Reception class last week who performed their Nativity to the school, and then to their families.

The whole class worked so hard to learn the songs, practise their lines and use musical instruments too. I'm sure you will all agree that the class…

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