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Safer Internet Day 2019

At Crayke Church of England Primary School, we believe that educating our children about being safe online is very important. As part of our computing curriculum, children learn how to identify some of the risks they may encounter when on-line, and what to do to keep themselves safe. As part of Safer Internet Day (Tuesday...
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Crayke in the top 1% of all primary schools in the country!

We were thrilled to receive the letter below from Nick Gibb (Minister of State for School Standards) and Damian Hinds (Secretary of State for Education) on our outstanding Key Stage 2 results last academic year. What makes the aforementioned even more impressive is that 94% of our pupils reached the expected standard in mathematics…
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Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge

After successfully climbing Mount Snowdon, Ben Nevis and Scafell Pike, we are attempting to complete the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge. The Yorkshire Three Peaks route is 24 miles (38.6km), and includes 1585m (5200ft) of ascent. The challenge takes on the peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, in under 12 hours. These peaks form part of...
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Year 6 SATs Meeting Materials

Please find attached a copy of the PowerPoint used during the meeting on Tuesday 22nd January: Year 6 Parents’ SATs Workshop 22.01.19 In order to support the children with the spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPAG) aspect of the assessments, please find attached the SPAG Companion: SATs Companion SPAG  
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Wrap-around care for Crayke school pupils

Please click on the attachment below to access information about Patchwork and their initial offer: Crayke 2019
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Cluster Cross Country

A massive well done to all the children who represented the school so successfully at Wednesday’s Cross Country Competition. All the children put a huge amount of effort into their races and were a real credit to our school. Children who finished in the first six will compete in the regional finals at Knayton Park...
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Ancient Britain Day in Class Three

On Monday 14th January, children in Class 3 dressed up as people from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages. They were visited by Dave from Murton Park and went on an imaginary journey over 500,000 years ago to Stone Age Britain. The morning was packed full of opportunities to handle real artefacts, such as a...
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Young Voices 2019

On Tuesday 8th January, children from Class 4 travelled to the Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield to take part in the 2019 Young Voices concert, along with 1000s of other school children, to form one huge choir. A massive well done to all the children that took part; your behaviour and singing was amazing! All of...
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Home School Values – Creativity

Our special value this half term is Creativity. It would be wonderful to see a large proportion of the children taking part in the home-school challenge. You can explore this value at home using this resource: Creativity
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Minster FM Toy Appeal 2018

We would like to say a massive thank you to all the parents, carers and staff who donated over 60 toys to the appeal. The toys were collected by Minster FM Breakfast Show presenter Ben Fry and the Minster MONSTER! Mr. Buttery, who organised the appeal at school, said “it is great to see that...
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