Junior leaders. Golden Rule Spotters
Plastic awareness assembly delivered by our children. What one thing could you do?
Lunchtime reading in our reading shed
Schools Yorkshire Cycling Tour
As part of the ‘School Yorkshire Tour’ we have entered the ‘bling a bike competition.’ See: STANLEY GROVE’S YORKSHIRE “ROSE.”
Correct school uniform pictures.
Photographs of Class 6
Wonderful comments about our children who attended Wakefield Wildcats sessions for 10 weeks.
Dear Mrs Frost,
Your children were brilliant again today. They all completed the “Belle Vue Flag Challenge” with great enthusiasm. Their challenge was to work in teams to build towers out of marsh mellows and spaghetti. They had to try and build their towers as high as they could. They all worked well, using great teamwork skills. I have attached some photos of the children working during todays challenge to this email and the following emails.
Jack and I will miss the children next half term, but we are really looking forward to coming into school this Friday at 10:10 to do the presentation assembly for the children and present them with certificates for completing the "win & Grin with Daddy Cool" programme.
Children attended Wakefield Wildcat sessions and had a fantastic time
Year 4 Multi-Skills session at Kingsland
This week a number of Year 4 children were given the opportunity to take part in a Multi-Skills session, which took place at Kingsland School with the other Schools in the Outwood Together Cluster. All children had a fabulous time and represented the School fantastically by being polite, respectful, integrating with each other, helping and sharing.
Space Seeds Experiment!
We are very excited!
Along with 8500 other children across the country, Stanley Grove is taking part in the Space Seed experiment! We received two packets of seeds - one blue, one red. One has been to space and one has not. We have no idea which one is which but Tim Peake will reveal all at the end of the experiment. Classes 5, 3 and 2 are involved, though the plants themselves will be growing in Class 5 as it is nice and sunny.
We have had to set the experiment up very carefully and follow lots of guidelines to make sure our test is as fair as possible. Now we have to watch closely and see what grows, where and how well. It has been a very exciting afternoon for staff and children alike and now we are waiting to see if we were lucky enough to touch something which has actually been into space! Check back for updates!