The pre-school children welcomed visitors from Autism Angels, and saw how caring for animals can help with autism.
The primary class visited the quarry at Coldstone Cut as part of their term’s work on rocks and geology.
There were lots of teddy bears running wild at Woodland Explorers this week. Luckily, there were plenty of willing children to keep them well under control (most of them, anyway!).
The pre-school children have been busy baking flapjacks and elderflower bread to try. Our thanks to Anchor Dairy for their kind donation of baking kits for schools.
The pre-school children learnt all about Eid, investigating the special dress and food for the celebration.
The pre-school children celebrated International Mud Day on 27 June in the only way how!
To celebrate our 25th anniversary, we will be hosting a summer ball at the Cavendish Pavilion on Saturday 26 September. Tickets, price £35 per person, are available now for the families and friends of our current and former pupils, and for contacts and invited guests. Please contact the school for more information and for a...
On 10 June, the primary children travelled by train to Manchester to visit the dinosaur and fossil exhibits at Manchester Museum.
Woodland Warriors, the summer club run by Zoey Marshall, is to take place for 3 weeks this summer in July and August. See the letter below for full details, or contact Zoey on email@example.com. Woodland+Warriors+letter+Summer+2015 Woodland Warriors Booking+form+Summer+2015
The Cabin children have been learning how to take care of their teeth, with the help of dental hygienists from Diamond Smiles Dental Centre.
The primary children hosted a lunch last term to raise funds for Hearing Dogs for the Deaf, and were successful in collecting £120 for the charity! See the letter thanking them for their donation here:
The school children took part this year in the RSPB Birdwatch. See the letter of thanks they received here:
The pre-school children learnt all about the work of a dental hygienist as part of their term’s project, “All about me”.
The school organised a talk by celebrated American Montessorian, Paul Epstein, given to parents, local practitioners and invited guests.
At the beginning of March, a team of firefighters came to visit the pre-school children to help them learn about keeping safe. The school, of course, has fire alarms, but did you know that, if you don’t, the fire service will come out and fit one free of charge!
The police came to visit the school last week! The children learnt all about keeping safe.
The pre-school children celebrated Autumn with activities and an afternoon tea party for invited guests, family and friends.
The pre-school children visited Morrisons as part of their project investigating the sources of our food.
The primary children enjoyed an Autumn walk on the Devonshire Estate.
The Cabin children were presented with a trophy by the Upper Wharfedale Fell Rescue Association, having won a new award for the school having the highest proportion of children to complete the family walk in the Three Peaks Challenge 2014. Well done to the walkers, and thanks to the Frineds of Wharfedale Montessori for organising the school’s involvement....