Dear Parent/ Carer,
This week has been one to remember for so many different reasons…where do I start?
At the start of the week, we took pupils from Years 1-6 to the South Leeds Stadium to enjoy their Sports Day; what a fantastic experience! The children loved the opportunity to race on a real athletics track whilst parents and school friends cheered on from the side. Thanks for your support.
The Festival of Learning day was a huge success with children carrying out activities of their choice across the day resulting in super quality outcomes; look out for the Festival of Learning blog created by our pupils, soon to be published on the website. Following a Year 6 violin performance and the school Big Dance performance, the community braved the fierce heat and joined us for our celebrations for the Grand Opening of the new building. It was such a privilege to be part of such a key event in the history of our school and we all felt very proud showing off the new building work to the community. It was great to welcome Alicia Blagg, our special guest and Great Britain gold medallist for diving who gave her inspirational story to the children of Robin Hood. A special thanks to those Year 6 children who did a great job of conducting the Guided Tours through school.
Which leads me onto my last comments….today we say goodbye to our Year 6’s with mixed emotions; sadness that they are leaving us but pride and celebration as we reflect on the years that they have all achieved such magnificent successes in an endless amount of ways. I hope that they all take a great deal away with them and continue their journey to even greater success with similar enthusiasm and commitment that we have seen day in, day out. Goodbye and good luck to you all.