- Stolen school bus
Our school minibus was stolen this afternoon. This happened at 14:42 as shown on CCTV. The fence panel was cut and removed, a small window removed for access and the padlock on the gates forced. The minibus was then driven out of the school car park. This happened at the end of the day when the children had finished their outdoor activities.
The registration number for our silver 17 seater bus is YT14 NBL. The bus has Goldthorpe Primary School written down both sides as well as our school logo. If you do spot our bus – probably with a shadow of where the logo has been by now – please do contact the police or contact us through social media.
The children who were looking forward to their trips to the Royal Armouries tomorrow and Thursday are now very disappointed.
There is a significant cash reward for information leading to the recovery of the vehicle and prosecution of the offenders.
- Information for parents/carers in Key Stage One
In order to celebrate the Chinese New Year we will be holding an arts and crafts morning in the Key Stage One classrooms. The event will take place on Thursday 22nd February at 9am-10am and will involve a range of activities around the country China.
We hope to see you there!
Miss Henshaw and Miss Claxton
- This team worked really hard on their first outdoor learning class session.
- We have been making fat cakes as part of our outdoor learning session today.
- Connected Learning in KS1
- Year One and Two had great fun creating sculptures of the Colesseum!
- Do you want to know how to make a tasty, Christmas pudding biscuits? Follow the recipes that Year One have created below.
- Our KS1 nativity production was a huge success. Thank you to all the parents and carers that turned up to support the children.
- Notice to all KS1 parents!
There will be a ‘drop in’ taking place in school tomorrow from 3:30-4pm for any parents that have not managed to attend the parent consultations. This will be a perfect opportunity for you to discuss your child’s progress and raise any concerns that you may have with your child’s class teacher.
We hope to see you there.
Miss Henshaw and Mr Hodgson