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North Yorkshire School Games Finalists

Posted 15/12/2017

Congratulations to the Sports Hall Athletics team who have gone through two rounds of competitions to reach the county finals.  More details to come on the next newsletter.

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KS1 perform brilliantly!

Posted 15/12/2017

Well done to all the children in Y1 and Y2 who shared the Christmas Story in two great evening performances this week.  Standing in front of an audience of 160 people takes a lot of confidence and they did a great job singing and saying all their lines.  Well done!

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Y3/4 go Locomotion!

Posted 8/12/2017

On Tuesday, all of Y3/4 went to the National Railway Museum in York.  We saw many different trains like The Rocket which was built by George Stephenson.  Firstly, we all had a ride on the Miniature Railway, which was fun but a bit slow!  We saw 3 science shows, the first one was called Rocket to Bullet and it had experiments about how trains were built and how they move.  Soon after we had our delicious lunches we went to the second show called Need for Speed which was all about how trains have got faster over the years.  The third show was the best, the man presenting it was very funny and he taught us all how bridges are made and why they don’t fall down!  We had a good time exploring the museum and going in to some trains and even underneath one!  We saw the Royal train which even had its own bathroom and bedroom!

By Seren, Max and Sophia. 

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Y5/6 Street Party

Posted 1/12/2017

Thank you to everyone who came along and supported the children with their street party to celebrate the end of their project on "A Child's War".  A special thank you to the soldiers from Catterick who worked with the children.

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Northallerton Silver Band

Posted 29/11/2017

A huge thank you to the members of Northallerton Silver Band who came into school yesterday to perform for the children in EYFS and KS1.  They also very kindly let them play a variety of the different instruments!

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Posted 24/11/2017

Thanks to the soldiers who came to teach the Y1 children how to march.

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Read all about it!

Posted 24/11/2017

Read about our Rights Respecting School work in the local paper. 

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Book Review Winners

Posted 8/11/2017

Well done to everyone who entered the book review competition last half term.  Congratulations to Scarlett S and Katie W who were judged the winners and presented with their prizes in assembly.  This half term the authors are Martin Waddell for KS1 and Roald Dahl for KS2. The winners will be announced at the end of the term. Look out for our Romanby Readers Display that is coming soon !

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Marvellous Me

Posted 31/10/2017

We have had some very positive feedback from parents about the Marvellous Me app.  We now have 95% parents signed up to receive messages about their child's learning.  If you need a join code please ask your child's teacher.

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Open Afternoons

Posted 20/10/2017

Thank you to everyone who came along to the Year 2 and Year 3/4 Open Afternoons today.  We hope you enjoyed sharing the children's learning and seeing how much fun they have had with these projects.

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