A lot of parents have been asking if they can purchase a gift for the school. With this in mind, we have created a Wish List on Amazon. Some families may wish to club together or give a donation to the school.
There is no expectation for any families to feel obliged to take part. The items on this list are to enhance the children’s play experiences and support their physical and mental well being. We look forward to using them in September 2020, when all the children return to full time education. Thank you.
A fantastic morning was had by some KS2 children in the beautiful sun shine☀️ The children took part in an Alternative Sports Festival which they loved. There were some brilliant sports on show and the children displayed amazing skills and resilience! 💛💚
📱🖨💻Well done to the winners of our recent Computing Competition - to design a new poster for our rules. Watch this space for the winning design ….
More achievements from the children - swimarathon, motor cross and gymnastics to name a few 💚💛💚💛
Excellent work in Year 3 being shared about Victorian children and their lifestyles - it was interesting to find out that we share the same love of stories - Alice in Wonderland, The Jungle Books, The Tale of Peter Rabbit and many more 😍😍😍😍
Lots of great achievements so far this term swimming- karate-dancing-and more motorcycling 🏆🥇🏍🏊🏽♀️
After no signal all day, here are the first of many pictures showing the amazing day Year 4 have had!
Year 4 have begun their first day at the woods since Year 1! They are all very excited for a day of Viking-based activities ⚔️
Another amazing sporting achievement for Leechpool achieving Gold for the School Games Mark! Well done to everyone involved in gaining such a high accolade @YourSchoolGames
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