"Teach a child in the way it should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." Proverbs 22.6

Our vision: 'To create a welcoming Christian community of mutual love and care, where all are valued for who they are, where everyone is inspired to reach their full potential.'

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In adverse weather conditions, please check the link below which will provide you with information about alerts that come from Sheffield City Council and will inform you if there is to be a late opening of the school or a closure. 

Latest News

  • Reading Reward Years 3 and 4 enjoyed a round of Frisbee Golf for their reading reward this afternoon.Well done to all the children across school who have been regularly reading at home and showing their reading records this year! 
    Posted 18 Jul 2016, 08:54 by Mrs Stewart
  • The Oakes - Y4 Year 4 have just returned from a fun-filled three days at The Oakes Holiday Centre in Sheffield. The children chose from a range of activities which included rafting, zorbing, crafts, ropes, remote controlled cars, mini mudder and archeryIn between activities, they participated in team games, had free time and went along to meetings where they found out more about the Christian faith. We had fantastic weather whilst we were there which also allowed us to have fun on the water slideThe children are looking forward to telling parents more about the holiday during our joint Year 4 assembly on Wednesday 6th July.
    Posted 24 Jun 2016, 08:20 by Mrs Stewart
  • Year 3 Summer Camp Despite the rain, Year 3 had a fantastic time last week on their residential! The children spent the day down at Underbank reservoir taking part in a variety of outdoor activities. They took part in orienteering, bush craft, climbing, zip line and archery. It was wonderful to see many of the children supporting and nurturing each other during the day.                                                             After that, the children returned back to school to camp in tents for the evening. There was a buzz of excitement as the children arrived back at school and saw their tent for the first time. They were very eager to take a closer look inside! Sadly, the bat hunt had to be cancelled due to the rain. Fortunately, the ...
    Posted 20 Jun 2016, 08:42 by Mrs Bell
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Recent Letters

  • Newsletter June 2016.pdf   247k - 10 Jun 2016, 05:35 by Mrs Cordle (v1)
  • Newsletter Dec 2015.pdf   270k - 1 Dec 2015, 06:32 by Mrs Cordle (v1)
  • Reading Record for Y3 Parents Example.pdf   277k - 17 Sep 2015, 08:51 by Mrs Bell (v1)
    ‎Parents please read the example of how to complete the reading record.‎
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