Norland CE School

Events and Seasonal Aisle

Rock Kidz visited for an interactive music and dance rock session to promote emotional health and wellbeing and self esteem.  Many thanks to Rock Kidz - an amazing time was had by all!

Y3/4 girls took part in a Football game against Greetland in their first outing as a Federation team .... and won 6 goals to 4.  Well done girls - an amazing achievement!

Really appreciated seeing the type of work children are doing. Thank you for inviting us in, it was lovely to share in the learning experience with them.  It was nice to ba able to come in and see the children enjoying themselves.  Looking forward to the next one!

Class 3 enjoyed planning a birthday party as part of their open morning with parents.  

Class 2 explored the school environment, the natural landscape, local buildings, maps, and their own sense of place and schools around the world. They created a photocollage artwork and learnt about composition, proportion and perspective.

Class 1 enjoyed producing artwork and launching a Rocket outside as part of their workshop!

Upper school production of 'The Stars are coming out for Christmas' and Lower School Production of 'Sparkle'.  Well done to everyone.

A fantastic time was had by everyone.  Many thanks to the PTFA for organising and running this for the children.

A lovely Christmas Craft morning.  'What a lovely opportunity to spend time in the school environment.'  'Thank you for making it possible to see the children enjoying the Christmas activities this year.'  'Thank you for an amazing morning in school - it was great fun and brought back a lot of old memories'

Class 2 Iron Age History workshop with Historical interpretations.  

A lovely World War focussed open morning! 

Class 2 Stone Age History workshop with Historical interpretations. 

Many thanks to Yvette Hughes from Ryburn Valley High School for working with Class 3 on their Art project around 'The Festival of Hope'.  Some amazing work! Many thanks and well done to everyone!

The children all made poppy stones to lay in the memorial garden.  Many thanks to Year 6 and Reverend Jeanette for leading a lovely service.  The children across school also made Poppies for the Transpennine Express Poppy Wall. 

We celebrated Harvest as lower school and upper school. It was lovely to be back in Church and celebrate together.

Well done to all the children who took part in the Science Fair in conjunction with the Ogden Trust. They were all amazing.  Well done to William who was placed second overall and Finlay who placed third overall in the competition.

Class 3 Design Technology - Making Pizzas - Many thanks to PhunkyFoods for their help with this!

Reading for Pleasure Week Slideshow