Archive for November, 2016

We are researchers!

Last week a researcher from Manchester university came in to school. She observed lessons, chatted with us, some children used cameras at home as part of data collection and she spoke to our parents. The NP3 project is a national research project that is looking at how IT is being used within school and at […]


Autumn progress review preparation

Over the last two Wednesday’s, staff meeting time has been used to prepare for progress reviews. We are using our own STAR assessement tool within ClassroomMonitor.


You and your community awards

Three of our school council members attended a district committee event where they gave their opinions about how funding should be spent across different projects within the Gomersal and Spen ward. They discussed their thoughts with school members from Roberttown and Gomersal school and chose the top four projects. They met councillors from our local […]

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Trip to Londis!

Today we have been for a trip to Londis to buy some bits. Each group got given some money and we had to count how much we had. We then went into Londis in search of something for the amount of money we had. We counted out the correct amount of money and calculated how […]


Childhood adversity -Kirklees learning week

On Monday 7th November, all teaching and non-teaching staff took part in some training about childhood adversity and how this impacts on the brain and learning. We thought about what conditions children need in order to feel safe, secure and learn to their greatest potential. It was a great day of learning for all of […]


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