School Events

Manchester City Academy Visit

On Saturday 21st January, we took 22 very lucky year six pupils to Manchester City Academy stadium to watch the Man City v Aston Villa Women’s WSL game.  We also had the privilege to go on the pitch before kick off and have a team photo with the Man City players. 

Valentines Disco 2022

London visit to Buckingham Palace

 

Following the sad death of our Majesty the Queen, we took three very lucky children to London for the day to see the Buckingham Palace and the memorial gardens. We travelled by train from Halifax to Kings Cross and walked through Trafalgar Square and up the Mall towards the palace. It was a very sad atmosphere but we were happy to be there; to witness history. We bought pictures with us that year 1,2 and 4 had made of the Queen as well as one of our special jubilee canvases that KS1 made in the summer. We picked a perfect spot in the memorial garden for our canvas and pictures. There were thousands of flowers and cards all around the gardens, even hanging in the trees, and we are feel very fortunate that we left a piece of Lee Mount in London. We then walked around St James’ Park towards Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, had lunch outside West Minister Abbey and then walked all along South Bank to London Bridge, over 20,000 steps later and we deserved chips by London Eye! It was a fantastic, if not sad, day, but we feel very lucky to have witnesses history first hand. 

Cake Competition 2022

School Events

Manchester City Academy Visit

On Saturday 21st January, we took 22 very lucky year six pupils to Manchester City Academy stadium to watch the Man City v Aston Villa Women’s WSL game.  We also had the privilege to go on the pitch before kick off and have a team photo with the Man City players. 

Valentines Disco 2022

London visit to Buckingham Palace

 

Following the sad death of our Majesty the Queen, we took three very lucky children to London for the day to see the Buckingham Palace and the memorial gardens. We travelled by train from Halifax to Kings Cross and walked through Trafalgar Square and up the Mall towards the palace. It was a very sad atmosphere but we were happy to be there; to witness history. We bought pictures with us that year 1,2 and 4 had made of the Queen as well as one of our special jubilee canvases that KS1 made in the summer. We picked a perfect spot in the memorial garden for our canvas and pictures. There were thousands of flowers and cards all around the gardens, even hanging in the trees, and we are feel very fortunate that we left a piece of Lee Mount in London. We then walked around St James’ Park towards Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, had lunch outside West Minister Abbey and then walked all along South Bank to London Bridge, over 20,000 steps later and we deserved chips by London Eye! It was a fantastic, if not sad, day, but we feel very lucky to have witnesses history first hand. 

Cake Competition 2022

School Events

Manchester City Academy Visit

On Saturday 21st January, we took 22 very lucky year six pupils to Manchester City Academy stadium to watch the Man City v Aston Villa Women’s WSL game.  We also had the privilege to go on the pitch before kick off and have a team photo with the Man City players. 

Valentines Disco 2022

London visit to Buckingham Palace

 

Following the sad death of our Majesty the Queen, we took three very lucky children to London for the day to see the Buckingham Palace and the memorial gardens. We travelled by train from Halifax to Kings Cross and walked through Trafalgar Square and up the Mall towards the palace. It was a very sad atmosphere but we were happy to be there; to witness history. We bought pictures with us that year 1,2 and 4 had made of the Queen as well as one of our special jubilee canvases that KS1 made in the summer. We picked a perfect spot in the memorial garden for our canvas and pictures. There were thousands of flowers and cards all around the gardens, even hanging in the trees, and we are feel very fortunate that we left a piece of Lee Mount in London. We then walked around St James’ Park towards Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, had lunch outside West Minister Abbey and then walked all along South Bank to London Bridge, over 20,000 steps later and we deserved chips by London Eye! It was a fantastic, if not sad, day, but we feel very lucky to have witnesses history first hand. 

Cake Competition 2022