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IMPORTANT UPDATE - The front office and telephone will no longer be manned as of Monday 23rd March. Please direct all enquiries to the e mail address - We will not be able to pick up any telephone messages. Thank you.



During our ongoing school closure, we will be adding changing content for challenges and useful links to this homepage. All other resources can still be found under the parents>home learning page.


Message to parents- Please look out for a message in regards to your child returning to school (23.5.20)


Wakefield Families Newsletter- Things to do at home

 237497 Families Newsletter April 2020



BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize will be uploading 3 lessons a day for all year groups. Simply click on the link below and select your child's year group. There is a video tutorial followed by a number of activities. We will also be posting this link in your child's Seesaw account (which you should all receive log in details for by the end of this week)


This weeks Picture News:

Primary Picture News Resource England - 25th May - News



This weeks challenge:

National digital health provider, Medicspot, has challenged primary school pupils to showcase handwashing by putting their creative skills to the test.


You could make a poster, film a video, record a song, do a science experiment or write a poem. Whatever you decide to do, make sure to include the key messages- 

  • Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
  • Use warm water and soap
  • Wash your hands frequently throughout the day
  • No soap and water? Use hand sanitiser gel
  • Prizes are: The best entry will win £500 for their primary school.
  • 10 runner-ups will win £100 for their primary school.
  • A downloadable certificate for every entry received.

Enter the challenge here:

Good Luck!


Mrs Pyrah recommends:

Here is the next challenge. Remember we'd love to see your efforts on our Twitter page or Seesaw. POWer Project 2


 Safeguarding Officers: Andrea Mitchell (Lead), Paula Gill, Katie Harris, Natasha White and Diane Pyrah
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Co-ordinator: Natasha White