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Yorkshire Three Peaks – Fundraising Walk Update

Thank you to all those of you who have donated; currently £400 has been raised.  This will be split between CHASA (Crayke Home And School Association) and purchasing a defibrillator for Crayke Sports Club & Village Hall. If you would like to make a donation please follow this link: Your support will be greatly...
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Experience Easter

Children throughout school thoroughly enjoyed their visit to St. Cuthbert’s Church on Thursday 11th April. Several stations were manned by volunteer parishioners to enable children to experience the Easter story first-hand. Many thanks to Reverend Liz Hassall and her parishioners for their warm welcome. Experience Easter is an initiative bringing together local churches, schools and...
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Crayke’s Spectacular Spelling Bee

I would like to congratulate children from Years 1 – 6, who have all been working hard to learn words for our first ever Spelling Bee.  It was wonderful to hear children practising their spellings this morning – even at Run a Mile! After a busy morning of spelling activities in each of our classes,...
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Mandir Visits

Children across all year groups visited the Mandir in Bradford on Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th March. The visit enriched their previous learning about Hinduism. It also supported them to learn from different religions beliefs, values and traditions while exploring their own beliefs and questions of meaning. Their guides were really impressed with the children’s...
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First Aid Training

Children in Key Stage Two received basic first aid training on Thursday afternoon (21/03/19). The aforementioned allowed the children to know how to offer potentially life-saving support. I would like to thank Mrs. Ellerker, who voluntarily delivered the training.
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Comic Relief Fundraising Total

Thank you to parents, carers and staff who supported the book sale last Friday in aid of Comic Relief, we are delighted to report that it raised a total of £83.15. The grand total we raised including the proceeds from non-uniform day was £172.15 – thank you everyone.  
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Easingwold Friends of Chernobyl’s Children – Can you help?

Please see the attached document, which will provide you with information about an event taking place on Wednesday 15th May, at 7pm Galtres Centre, Easingwold. Easingwold Friends of Chernobyl’s Children public meeting article Can you help? Our charity’s purpose is to help deprived children from an area of Belarus still badly affected by the 1986 Chernobyl...
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Years 2 – 6: Times Table Rockstars

Please see the attached letter from from Mrs Dobson. Times Table Rockstars Letter
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Spelling Bee Event

Please see the attached letter from Mrs Rayner with regard to a forthcoming ‘Spelling Bee’ event to be held in school. Spelling Bee Letter to Parents PDF Spelling Bee Letter to Parents
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The Highwayman – Class 4

Class 4 have studied the narrative poem The Highwayman.  They analysed both the structure and content before hot-seating a character.  I am sure you will agree that their finished work is outstanding. The Highwayman (by Alfred Noyes) is written in true ballad form and is full of action, drama and anguish…
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