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Airmyn Park Primary School

Sports Day is cancelled tomorrow due to the wet weather, and will be rescheduled for the week commencing 10th July.

Welcome to our School Website

Welcome to Airmyn Park Primary School. Please have a good look round our website which will give you an insight into the life of our school. You’ll see that we are a very caring learning community that provides a broad curriculum for our children supporting them through all aspects of school life.

Head Teacher welcome message – click here.

School Life Galleries – our daily activities.

Our project galleries will show you a variety of images about school life. Keep an eye out here for our latest activities.

Pupil Blog

Here’s a link to pupil blog.

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You’ll be able to see all kinds of events and activities recorded, not only showing what the children were up to but also their ideas and feelings about their own learning too. Visit here regularly to find out what our children have been up to. Click on the image below to find out more.

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Port To Pit Part 2

Our second group of Year 4s have had a brilliant time too on the Sobriety Barge!

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Port To Pit – Part 2

Our second group of narrow boat  sailors arrived back to school safely on Friday – more photos coming soon.

Port To Pit Part 1

Our first group of Year Fours have had a wonderful time on the Pit To Port trip, spending two nights afloat on the barge Sobriety.
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Election Special from Dalby Class!

 

 

 

 

 

I would make sure children read more at home and at school.  Daisy

I would lend more money for cancer research. Callum

I would  give the poor more money.  Sophia

I would make sure there are at least 3 rubbish bins in every park.  Millie

I would make more hospitals.  Lola

I would make fidget spinners banned from all schools because children fidget with them instead of listening to what they are being told.  Eva

I would make more homeless shelters.  Owen

I would encourage recycling and physical exercise.  Isaac

I would make all cars electric to cut air pollution.  Molly Stones

I will make people take care of dogs and cats.  Christian

I would lower the driving age from 18 to 16 because I think people of 16 are responsible enough to drive.  Max

I would try to stop bullies picking on children.  Tristan

I would make more houses.  Cameron

I would put more police officers on duty.  Jensen

I would let the poor people get more money.  Ava Gray

I would help the poor by giving them more money.  Aaliyah

I would try and save animals  by making homes with food and water and care for them.  Ollie

I would help the people who are ill with cancer or a desease by employing more nurses and doctors.  Imogen

I would make footballers get paid less money and give more money to poor people so they can go to shelters.  Joey

I would help people with cancer by paying doctors more money so there are more doctors. William

If I were Prime Minister, I would send more food and fresh water to Africa. Lily.

Poor people would pay less for their bills.  Phoebe

I would make taxes lower for poor people.  Benni

If I were Prime Minister I would help hospitals or people will illness by having more doctors and nurses.  Jacob Wan

I would provide more houses to help the poor.  Jayden

I would give more more  to charity.  Jacob Poulton

I would give more houses and money to homeless people.  Hayden

I would stop bad things happening by having more police and army.  Molly

If I were Prime Minister, I would put more slides and parks near shops.  I would put more books in libraries to make children read more.  Evie Hurson

Put more climbing frames in school playgrounds.  George

 

 

 

 

KS2 Go Wild Day

Key Stage Two’s Go Wild Day was another scorcher!  In the morning the children pond dipped, cooked soup outside, gardened, and created leaf art creatures and natural weaving.  After a picnic on the field, they took part in team-building exercises, before building 2-man shelters.  At the end of a lovely but very hot day, the Family and Friends ice cream factory was very welcome!

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KS1 Go Wild Day

Key Stage One enjoyed fantastic weather on their Go Wild Day this year.  They went pond dipping, bug hunting and bumblebee counting, as well as taking part in a maths trail and creating a bee-friendly garden.  The afternoon finished with the ever-popular toasted marshmallows and songs around the campfire with family and friends.

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Our new Faiths and Values display features some of the work done recently in RE by children in Cropton class.  This can be seen in more detail in the Pupil Blog area.

Happy Easter!

Wishing all our families a very Happy Easter break.  See you next term!

 

Teddy Bear’s picnic

Continuing their ‘Where My Wellies Take Me’ topic, Sherwood and Oakhill classes let their wellies take them to the village playing field for a picnic lunch. While they were there, they investigated what they could see, hear and smell, and had a brilliant time making full use of the play equipment too.

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Science Week Exhibition

Following our successful Science Week, we invited our families to come and see all the work that we’d done, as well as experiments that we’d brought from home. We were delighted with the effort made by our fantastic scientists, and hope that they’ll be inspired to continue being interested in things and wanting to find out more!

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Red Nose Day

Here are some pictures from Comic Relief Day.

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More cakes today!

More cakes available today at 3:30 pm.  2 for 50p.  Hurry before they all go!

Dance Festival

Dalby Class were ‘Storm Troopers’ at this year’s Dance Festival at the Junction, coming third. Not that we’re biased or anything, but theirs was a First Prize winning performance!

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School Events Feed

Summer Term dates

Please note that these dates occasionally have to change for various reasons, often beyond the control of the school.

June

Friday 9th June – ‘Wear Something Purple’  in support of JIA (Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis).

Monday 12th June – Friday 16th June – Y4 Groups Residential, ‘Port to Pit’

Tuesday 13th June – ‘Academy Questions and Answers’ with School Governors, 6 pm School Hall – all parents welcome

Wednesday 14th June – Y3/4 Visit to Yorkshire Mining Museum

Wednesday 14th – Monday 19th June – Book Fair, School Hall, 3:30 – 4:30 pm

Tuesday 20th June – Y5 Visit to Reed School, Drax, all day.

Tuesday 20th June – Rounders Final, Cottingham, 1:00 – 3:00 pm.

Wednesday 21st – Friday 23rd June – Cropton Class Residential, High Adventure

Wednesday 21st June – KS2 Festival of Sport, 9:30 – 11:30 am

Friday 23rd June – Oakhill Class ‘Big Little Sing’, Junction, Goole, pm

Monday 26th June – Y6 Arete, Goole Academy.

Wednesday 28th June – KS1 Festival of Sport, 9:30 – 11:30 am.

Thursday 29th June – Sports Day

July

Monday 3rd – Friday 7th July –  Howden School Y6 Transition Days

Monday 3rd –  Tuesday 4th July –  Snaith School Y6 Transition Days

Wednesday 5th – Friday 7th July – Goole Academy Y6 Transition Days

Wednesday 5th July – Reserve KS1 Festival of Sport, 9:30 – 11:30, Goole High School

Thursday 6th July – Summer Fair – 3:30 – 5:30 pm – more details to follow

Tuesday 11th July –  Holy Family Y6 Transition Day

Thursday 13th July – Y3/4 Tennis Festival am.

Thursday 14th July – Ice Cream Factory

Monday 17th July – Change4Life, Boothferry School, am

Thursday 20th July – Leavers’ Assembly – details to follow

Thursday 20th July – School Prom – details to follow

Tuesday 25th July – School Closes for Summer Holidays, 3:30 pm

 

 

 

 

 

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