A day in the life of Nook Lane

What's been happening at Nook Lane?

Primary School Bouldering Championships

On Friday night, a fantastic team of 16 children went to the Mini Climbing Works to take part in the qualifying round of the Sheffield Primary Bouldering Championships.

From the more experienced climbers to the first timers, everybody gave every climb their absolute best continually challenging themselves along the way. Despite the tired arms, the children weren't daunted as the climbs got gradually more challenging.

A massive thank you to all the very supportive parents especially Claire Brown who supported staff at the event. We will keep you posted on the results of the qualifying round!

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Year 3 Gymnastics and Movement Festival

The Y3 girls have had a brilliant evening at the gymnastics festival at Bradfield School.

Joined by many other local schools the girls were able to have a go, practise and perfect some of their moves. They gave everything their all, from the floor routine to the vault, with big smiles on their faces. Well done girls!

See more on the Year 3 Yeargroup page ...

Year Five Netball

The Y5 netball teams had a fabulous afternoon on Saturday when they attended the High School Under 10s Tournament. There were over 10 different schools there and they had to play 7 matches.

The girls played brilliantly and improved with every match they played. Their attitude and sportsmanship was outstanding. The parental support was also really appreciated.

A huge thank you to Caroline and her daughter Amelia for coaching and umpiring on the day.

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Safer Internet Day 2019

Safer Internet Day 2019 will be celebrated globally on Tuesday 5th February.

Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre the celebration sees hundreds of organisations get involved and join a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively.

The day offers the opportunity to highlight positive uses of technology and to explore the role we all play in helping to create a better and safer online community. It calls upon young people, parents, carers, teachers, social workers, law enforcement, companies, policymakers, and wider, to join together and help to create a better internet.

See more about Safer Internet Day 2019 on our Online Safety page ...

Cathedral Archer Project

Recently Tim Renshaw, the CEO of the homeless charity Cathedral Archer Project, was a guest in one of our assemblies and received a cheque for £244!

This was the amount parents and carers had donated at the performances of 'The Christmas Carol' at the end of last year.

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Spanish Visit!

As part of our Spanish language learning in school we have established a link with a school in Gran Canaria, CEIP El Tablero.

Felisa Bernal Consejo, a teacher from El Tablero, visited Nook Lane last week and took part in our Spanish lessons.

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Bah Humbug!

After several weeks of practice and hard work, the Y3 children showcased their many talents performing 'A Christmas Carol' to rave reviews.

Well done to everyone (narrators, actors, dancers, singers) for a series of wonderful performances that really put us all in the festive spirit.

See more of our fantastic performance on the Year 3 Yeargroup page ...

Achievement Assembly - 26th November 2018

Every Monday we celebrate children's achievements in a short assembly.

Children are given a certificate to showcase their success (with an emphasis on core values and their learning, especially reading).

See more on our Achievement Assemblies page ...