All the children across the federation have been working really hard on their writing this term, with each class using the book ‘The Fox and the Star’ by Coralie Bickford-Smith to inspire their writing. Children learnt more about Foxes and
We were delighted to be back in church this year and able to celebrate harvest with our families once again. Children at both schools sang songs and spoke about the importance of harvest and sharing the food we have with
After a year of social distancing and school bubbles, we were delighted to be able to welcome pupils families back into school, while also raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support. It was lovely to see family members back in both
With Covid-19 restrictions easing, we were delighted to be able to take all our KS2 pupils from across the federation to Murton Park in York for an immersive Roman Day to enrich the topic work we are learning in school.
In the summer term, pupils in years 5 and 6 across the Kite Primary Federation completed their DARE 25 programme, delivered through Lifeskills Education. The skills-based prevention programme engaged pupils in interactive activities to give them the opportunity to learn
During the 2020/2021 summer term, Year 4, 5 and 6 pupils completed their Young Leaders Award – a programme run by the Archbishop of York Youth Trust. The Young Leaders Award supports the Church of England Vision for Education by
After being unable to hold our sports day in 2020 with the majority of our pupils learning at home, we were delighted to finally enjoy sports day this year. Current restrictions meant children from St. Matthews were unable to join
Congratulations to all our Year 4 pupils who achieved excellent scores in the government run Year 4 Times Table check, with over half the pupils in Norwell achieving maximum marks. Our average score across both schools was well over the
Easter this year meant we could not come together for our usual Easter service but the children led us through our service via TEAMs which was wonderful! The children have developed their understanding of the Easter Story through different activities
The children have had some wonderful activities learning all about Chinese New Year! Brilliant colouring, dragon puppets and lanterns have been made across the schools. The younger children loved playing with noodles and chopping them up!