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Be Health; Be Active Fair Wednesday 6th July 2016

Super League Star to Open Cluster Be Active Be Healthy Fair at Prince Henry’s Grammar School

Leeds Rhinos star Kylie Leuluai will be joining Prince Henry’s Grammar School Headteacher Janet Sheriff to cut the ribbon and open the Be Active Be Healthy Fair at 6pm on Wednesday 6 July 2016, on behalf of the Otley, Pool and Bramhope Extended Services Cluster.

The Fair runs from 6pm until 8.30pm and is free to attend. Families of children from 3 to 18 will find lots of free activities to join in with, organised by over 25 local organisations. The Be Active Be Healthy Fair also sees the Grand Final of the Cluster Power Up Your Pack Up! packed lunch competition, which will be judged by Great British Bake Off contestant Sandy Doherty.

Among other things, families will be able to take part in football, rowing, rugby, cycling and netball, learn to ride a skateboard, bowl down the school Science Corridor, make pedometers and test them round the Fair, take part in an athletic obstacle course and eat tasty treats cooked up by Henry’s Diner. Families can find out about lots of healthy activities across Otley, Pool and Bramhope.

Alongside the activities, local groups will be giving demonstrations in activities such as dance, singing, martial arts and fitness. The Fair is totally free to attend, although there will be small charge for face painting. There will be competitions on the evening, with prizes donated by JR Sports, Club Energy and Aireborough Leisure Centre. Parents and Carers are responsible for their children during the event and there will be a buggy park in school.

“As a Cluster of schools, we work very hard to make sure our students are healthy – both in mind and body. The Be Active Be Healthy Fair is a great evening out for families, where they can have go at all sorts of activities, win prizes and pick up some free gifts as well! The event is free, so we hope that lots of families will join us and have a great time.” Said Phil Temple, Cluster Manager and Assistant Headteacher at Prince Henry’s

For Spring Bank holiday

For Summer holidays:

Title: Opera North Summer Camp: 22nd - 26th August 2016

Author: Jo Bedford (Opera North)

 

Join us for an engaging summer time programme of high quality music making and creative activities. 

 

·         Are you aged 10-18?

· Do you play a string, brass or woodwind instrument?

· Join us for Opera North Summer Camp in August!

· We are calling all enthusiastic young musicians who are playing string instruments of any level, and brass and woodwinds of Grade 3 and above.

· We want YOU! 

These five days will provide you with a unique opportunity to meet new people, to think creatively, to play in an ensemble and to enjoy being part of a group that works together towards a common goal.

 

Activities include:

· Instrumental tuitions

· Singing workshops

· Introduction to opera related art forms (set design, costume making, drama etc.)

· Performance with the Orchestra of Opera North

 

When: August 22nd-26th 2016

Where: University of Leeds & Leeds Beckett University

Fee: £125 for the duration of the camp

 

To book a place on the Opera North summer camp, please contact education@operanorth.co.uk

 

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Story Writing Club - The children have been working really hard with Miss McLaughlin to plan and write their own stories. We have a club of budding authors!

Story Writing Club - The children have been working really hard with Miss McLaughlin to plan and write their own stories. We have a club of budding authors! 1
Story Writing Club - The children have been working really hard with Miss McLaughlin to plan and write their own stories. We have a club of budding authors! 2
Story Writing Club - The children have been working really hard with Miss McLaughlin to plan and write their own stories. We have a club of budding authors! 3
Story Writing Club - The children have been working really hard with Miss McLaughlin to plan and write their own stories. We have a club of budding authors! 4
Story Writing Club - The children have been working really hard with Miss McLaughlin to plan and write their own stories. We have a club of budding authors! 5
For Spring Term 1:

 

Monday     Film Club   KS2

Monday     Art Club     KS1

 
Tuesday   Jigsaw Club KS1
              Chess Club - KS2
              Music Club -  KS2
 
Thursday  Coding Club - KS2

 

Walking Club will move to lunchtime so more children can get involved.

At Ashfield we pride ourselves on enriching the curriculum for our children. We have run many successful clubs over the past term such as, sports, Yoga, chess club, singing, gardening, drama and homework clubs for both KS1 and KS2. 

 

Keep an eye out for our letters informing children and parents of the new clubs being run during the spring term 2016! 

 

 
 
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