'At the Foot of the Fell' is a beautiful anthology of poetry which wer

'At the Foot of the Fell' is a beautiful anthology of poetry which were produced by children of Upper Wharfedale Primary Federation in memory of Max Leefe. The children who contributed to this anthology will receive a copy this week. We would like to thank Rebecca for taking time to put the collection together. We…

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Would you like to help shape the future of our local schools?

Would you like to help shape the future of our local schools? “ We have 12 members on the Federation Governing Board all of whom are appointed by different constituencies. It is a fascinating and rewarding role and a chance to make a contribution to the strategic direction of our four schools. From time to…

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Day 2:

Day 2: The Year 6s have continued to enjoy a fun-packed day, rotating the activities they did yesterday. They have enjoyed chilling out in the grounds on an evening and had a bonfire last night with hot chocolate and snacks…

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Sports tournaments will still go ahead for federation schools because we already

Sports tournaments will still go ahead for federation schools because we already operating in year group bubbles. It is times like this that it is so fortunate we are a federation of four schools and we can continue to do the things we love – residentials, sports competitions, transition days. ‘Dream work makes the team…

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Trapping the cheeky seagull!!

Trapping the cheeky seagull!! Yesterday we enjoyed the sunshine – making little traps for the seagull (at the request of the children!) If caught, children have told me that they’d like to relocate the bird to a seaside town, where it can quote: “eat all the chips it wants!” Yesterday we conducted a survey to…

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After arriving safely and settling into Ingleborough Hall, the children enjoyed

After arriving safely and settling into Ingleborough Hall, the children enjoyed a range of different activities. One group have been enjoying orienteering, another group were taught how to use a bow and arrow in an archery session and the final group went off caving (caving photos to follow). The sun has been shining and the…

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Mr Grinling from ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch’ story had h

Mr Grinling from ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch’ story had his lunch eaten by seagulls… You’ll never guess what happened to Miss Smith last night when she was having her dinner at school… HER fish and chips were stolen by none other than a very cheeky seagull! The children arrived at school to see all of…

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