Red Nose Day March 2021

We all had fun on Red Nose Day dressed as wild animals, and raised £121 for Comic Relief.

Christmas artwork 2020

All the children have been busy producing artwork for displaying around the school this festive period, and making decorations for our Christmas tree.  It looks fantastic, and it’s such a shame that no visitors are allowed in school to see it!  Photos don’t do it justice, but we wanted to give you an idea of how amazing it looks.

Outdoor learning environment

We are very lucky here at Scapegoat Hill to be able to enjoy the great outdoors! There is an assortment of play equipment to keep children active and entertained, a big school field with fantastic views, with space to grow vegetables, fruit and herbs, and a wonderful wooded area which has been developed for outdoor learning.

Outdoor learning in woodTyres to play onClimbing apparatusStone circle chairGrowing flowersGrowing vegetables and herbsFriendship benchClass 1's playhouse

Displays of Learning Festival work

Collaborative circle displayBrick by brick displayDinosaur skeletonsLandscape of colourWorking clock made from tiles printed by childrenfishViaduct display

Fame at last!

It all started when we had our old stone roof slates stolen twice in the space of two weeks. The issue of stone theft in Yorkshire was raised by Jason McCartney, our local MP, in the House of Commons. This was picked up by BBC Look North and we were interviewed by the reporter Phil Bodmer. Our local newspaper ‘The Examiner’ ran a story on us, then we appeared on the BBC’s One Show after Andy Kershaw (and his dog Buster) visited us, and finally a reporter from Radio Leeds recorded a live interview for their breakfast show.

McCartneyLook NorthOneShowRadioLeeds

Fun in the snow!

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