In the second game our B team took to the pitch looking for their first win of the season. In a changed formation of three at the back the team looked comfortable and dominated possession. They had lots of chances to take the lead but were denied by good defending and great keeping. As the game went on it started to feel like we would never get that illusive goal! However, with time running out Dan S got the ball and shot into the bottom corner. This was followed by wild celebrations once the final whistle blew. They had their first ever win!
A thank you to all that came and supported and Dave Scoreby who took the time out to help run the team on the day.Mr Gargiulo
Our school catering company (North Yorkshire County Caterers) are looking to recruit two kitchen assistants.
- One position is 17.5 hours per week and the other is 12.5 hours per week
- The pay is £9.50 per hour, term time only
- All uniform and uniform provided
- Catering experience essential, preferably in a school setting.
Please click on the image for further details on the NYCC Jobs website.
We are delighted to welcome back Karen Snaith, our school cook, on a phased-return following a period of absence. For the time being, school meals will continue to be cooked at Fulford School. Please see below the options for school lunches for the week commencing 2nd May 2022.
|Tuesday||Option 1||Pasta Bolognaise||Fruity flapjack|
|Option 2||Cheese & tomato quiche with wedges|
|Wednesday||Option 1||Roast beef & Yorkshire pudding||Summer fruit crumble and custard|
|Option 2||Sweet and sour vegetable rice pot|
|Thursday||Option 1||Beef burger, ketchup and wedges||Lemon & blueberry muffin|
|Option 2||Jacket potato with beans|
|Friday||Option 1||Battered fish and chips||Fruit jelly and ice cream|
|Option 2||Veggie burger in a bun|
*(also daily choice of fruit or yoghurt)
This term our school council will look slightly different… We have joined an exciting project called Smart School Councils where the key ethos is that every child has a voice and any idea is worth sharing.
- School council meetings are held in every classroom which means every child’s voice is heard
- Our existing school council representatives will make up our Communications Team. However, even if children aren’t on the Communication Team, they still have the opportunity to make a difference by joining an Action Team enabling them to lead change.
- Action teams explore the feasibility of introducing change, giving ownership of projects to the children.
To find out more, you can visit Smart School Councils here: https://home.smartschoolcouncils.org.uk/
We look forward to sharing with you the exciting ideas the children wish to explore to make our school even better.
Please send permission and photo slips back by Tuesday 3rd May if your child is interested in a place in this exciting event. Names will be drawn on that morning and confirmation sent to those who have been given a place. If your child does not bring a confirmation slip home then this means they do not have a place on this occasion. Unfortunately, places are limited and we will keep a waiting list in case anyone drops out.
Our netball teams were in action on Tuesday night and continued their winning run! We played two teams from St Aelred’s Primary School and both matches were a superb display of skill, commitment and team work. The children have worked so hard in training sessions and this paid off in their performance on the courts. A 4-1 win in the first game and a 7-1 win in the second game. Our players of the matches were Freya M and Ben R. Thank you to all the parents who came to support the teams.
Our girls football team was in action last night and narrowly missed out on a win with some superb team and individual performances. It has been fabulous to see some of our Y5 and 6 girls enjoying their football sessions with Rosie Todd this year and great to see pupils involved in school based competitive sport again! The team lost 1- 0 to St Wilfred’s School and 2-0 to Lord Deramore’s School. Player of the matches was Evie S in goal putting on a brilliant display of action. Well done to all the girls involved and thank you to the parents for the transport and support.
Very informal, a chance to have a drink and meet everyone to discuss plans and ideas for the Summer Fair. No pressure to take loads on but without parents help these vital fund-raising events cannot happen so if you can spare an hour please do pop down – we are a very friendly bunch and have a good laugh too!
PTA Summer Fair – Saturday 25th June 11 am – 1 pm – further details to follow.
Many thanksMichelle Scaife