Pre school Craft afternoon
Children In Need
Children could come to school in pyjamas or something Pudsey!
Macmillan Coffee Afternoon
Thank you to everyone who donated cakes and supported us on the day. We raised £588!
WHITFEST - Year 6 Leavers Festival
Filey Trip - Year 6
During June we took part in a sponsored 100 challenges, to raise money for a wellbeing garden as a legacy after the global pandemic of 2020/21. From reading 100 books to planting 100 bulbs everyone got involved!
Key stage 2 were treated to street dance workshops with Urban Strides dance group
Eliza in Sycamore class very bravely cut her hair to donate to The Little princess charity. Well done Eliza!
All Stars Cricket
Years 1-6 enjoyed cricket workshops hosted by All Stars Cricket.
Mental Health Awareness Week
Inspired by artist Andy Goldsworthy and following this year's theme of 'back to nature' Cherry and Chestnut Classes created their own nature art.
Chatterbooks Reading Club
9 of our gifted and talented readers from year 6 are part of the Chatterbooks reading club run by the Reading Agency. We have been lucky enough to receive 10 free limited edition proof copies of the book Circus Maximus, for the children to read, discuss and review.
World Book Day 2021 (in lockdown!)
Fun in the snow in Lockdown!
Outdoor Christingle and Carol Concert
Children in Need 2020
Roald Dahl Day 2020
Socially-distanced Leavers Assembly 2020!
World Book Day 2020
At Whitley & Eggborough we celebrated World Book Day with a variety of activities. Terry Caffrey a published poet visited school and held workshops with Key Stage 2 throughout the day, he shared lots of inspirational ideas with the children and we look forward to seeing this shine through in their work! We held a decorate a potato as your favourite book character competition, along with a book swap in the afternoon. Terry also hosted afternoon tea with last half terms star readers and did a book signing after school.
Selby Abbey Visits
Key Stage 2 enjoyed a visit to Selby Abbey as part of Mission History & Geography during the Autumn term. This coincided with the 950th anniversary of the Abbey.