Ripon Crime and Punishment Museum
Oak and Sycamore class went for an interesting day out in Ripon. They spent the day learning about the history of the Police Force and how crimes, and the punishment of them, have changed over the years. Taking part in mock trials and looking closely at the equipment the police use.
The Easter Story
Willow and Beech class put on this year's Easter story production.
Father Robert came into school to lead the Christingle service on 2nd February 2018.
Children from St Helen's school choir went to Sheffield Arena to take part in the Young Voices event. Held every year, its aim is to inspire a love of music that can last a life time. Soul singer Natalie Williams and 16 year old Alfie Sheard were joined by between 5 and 8 thousand children, all singing as one choir.
Bradford Artist Visits School
Bradford born artist, Peter Swidrach, came into school to work with the all of key stage 2 pupils. Each class created their own piece of artwork with some impressive results.
Key Stage 1 Nativity
Sitting Down Volley Ball
Members of Sycamore and Willow Classes have both taken part in sit down volleyball competitions at HACA.
The choir performed a melody of Christmas songs with a touch of drama at the switch on of the Christmas lights. Then they entertained the residents of Ashfield house, singing Christmas Carols and finished off with a game of Christmas bingo.
Children In Need
This year Children In Need day was held on Thursday 16th November. Pupils came in spotty attire and donated 50p. We had a bun sale with pupils and staff donating and a fun afternoon of sports activities run by the school council. The children made a line of 1p and 2p coins that stretched nearly all way around the play ground, measuring 147 km. Foundation Stage held a Pudsy picnic.
We raised a grant total of £ 300
Many thanks to all who donated.
De Lacy Academy's Annual Cross Country Event 2017
St Helen's pupils have reaped the benefits of doing 1K-a-Day, by getting great results at this years event. Of the 29 pupils who entered, all finished their race.
Gracie Roberts came a creditable third in her race, competing against 200 other students from 31 schools, and will go on to the next stage.
Delivering Harvest Festival Gifts.
Year 6 pupils delivered Harvest gift hampers to the residents of
Archbishop Holgate Hospital, Hemsworth.
Gist Child Road Safety Programme
Children were told how to stay safe on the roads and were given the chance to see inside a truck.The children were taught about blind spots and stopping distances in a safe and controlled environment.
Harvest Festival 2017