Latest news from around the school

Scholes Open Gardens - scarecrow competition

Posted on 07 July 2019 by Mrs Latham

We have been supporting the team of volunteers who orgainse Scholes in Bloom. Today is the Open Gardens event and we created some scarecrows in school around this year’s theme, ‘World of Song’. The scarecrows will be displayed again on Britain in Bloom judging day on 19 July.

Whole school sports roundabout

Posted on 30 June 2019 by Mrs Latham

Our whole school sports roundabout is a chance for all children to work together, in teams, showcasing their sporting skills. The mixed aged teams encourage children to work together, supporting and encouraging each other. Thank you to all the parents and carers who came to show their support.

Super sunny sports day

Posted on 30 June 2019 by Mrs Latham

The Key Stage 2 children enjoyed a fantastic competitive sports event on Friday. Thank you to all the parents and carers who came to offer their support. It is much appreciated.

Wake up - it's Wednesday!

Posted on 26 June 2019 by Mr Roundtree

National Online Safety believe in empowering parents, carers and trusted adults with the information they need to hold informed and age appropriate conversations about online safety with their child, should they feel it is needed. Every Wednesday they produce guides to focus on specific platforms/risks which they believe trusted adults should be aware of.

 Join their Wake Up Wednesday Campaign.

Last chance to submit your views

Posted on 20 June 2019 by Mr Roundtree

At Scholes (Elmet) Primary, we’re always keen to hear your views.

The annual survey is still available for you to let us know your thoughts, but goes offline on Monday 24 June so you’ve only a few days left. The survey will only take a few minutes or so.

We hope that you let us know any questions, comments and concerns (as well as causes for celebration!) whenever these crop up, but we like to gather the views more generally at the end of the year. We’re looking forward to reading your views.

Scarecrow competition - Scholes in Bloom

Posted on 18 June 2019 by Mrs Latham

This year, Scholes in Bloom’s scarecrow competition theme is ‘The World of Song’. We will be creating some scarecrows in school. Please support this wonderful group who make our village look so beautiful.

A new date for your diary

Posted on 14 June 2019 by Mr Roundtree

On Wednesday 10 July at 5pm, we invite you to come along and reflect on our recent Ofsted inspection.

We’re delighted to have been judged as ‘good’ in all areas.

The meeting is an opportunity to reflect on the inspection. We’ll talk briefly about the inspection, we’ll talk about the next steps for us as a school, and you’ll have time to ask us any specific questions about the inspection report, or let us know any comments or concerns.

On the same day, teachers are available from 3.30pm to 5.00pm to talk through the end-of-year report your child will have brought home – why not pop along for that and stay for the Ofsted meeting?

Scholes in Bloom - design a flowerbed competition planting

Posted on 11 June 2019 by Mrs Latham

The design a flowerbed competition winner (and some willing helpers) were helping to plant the flowerbed outside school this week. Judging is fast approaching on 19 July and we will be showing our support.

Supporting to secondary

Posted on 10 June 2019 by Mr Roundtree

Place2Be, the mental health charity, has some helpful information for parents of children in Year 6, nearing the end of their primary journey and about to begin a new one at secondary school. The information will help them support their children for what can be a daunting time.

Scholes Gala 2019 - WUSU, Pop Choir and Skipping Crew

Posted on 09 June 2019 by Mrs Latham

Scholes Gala was a rather wet affair this year but our children still did us proud. The WUSU dancers strutted their stuff, Pop Choir sang their hearts out and the skippers jumped with smiles on their faces! Well done and thank you to everyone who came to show their support.