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At Bishopthorpe Infant School we recognise that everyone is special and everyone is  equal. We provide a nurturing learning environment that develops children’s self-confidence and inspires them to reach their full potential.

 

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This Week

Friday, November 21, 2014
by jlangley
This week has been Road Safety Week. On Monday Naomi from Sustrans presented an assembly which focused on how to cross the road safely with a scooter. On Friday it was No Car Day and the Travel Group organised a prize draw in assembly for children who had come to school in a healthy way. Well done to everyone who managed not to come to school in their car! Thank you to our dog owners for not tying dogs near to the footpath at the front of school. Please ensure that dogs left at the far side of the drive are tied securely.

This Week

Friday, November 14, 2014
by jlangley
On Tuesday morning we had our first choir session with 60 children coming to sing at 8.15am. We are really looking forward to performing for everyone soon. On Thursday afternoon Naomi from Sustrans and Mrs Illingworth organised a session to help children ride their bikes without stabilisers. This was a brilliant session with many of the children achieving success – well done everyone! On Thursday evening FOBIS organised a disco for all the children which everyone thoroughly enjoyed and raised money to put towards buying computing resources for school. On Friday the children looked fantastic as they dressed as super heroes or princesses and baked buns to raise money for Children in Need. We raised £213.84 - thank you everyone! Remember that next Friday (21st Nov) is “No Car Day”, please try and walk to school or use the park and stride sites.
Our topic this half term in Year 1 is hot and cold countries. If you have any old summer or winter clothes for ages 5 - 7 that your child has grown out of and you do not want returning please consider donating them to school for our role play area. Items such as t-shirts, shorts, sunglasses, caps, scarves, winter hats, gloves, snow boots etc would be greatly received. Many thanks for your continued support. Clare Burton

 
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