Welcome to our school website. We hope that you find this site informative. It should give you a good overview of some of the excellent experiences that we and our pupils share together as we seek to make our school a place of high quality learning and interaction. We value and look after the needs of every child and strive to make sure that all of our pupils enjoy their time here. It’s a place to make friends and start on the lifelong learning journey. We recognise that children have one chance to enjoy their primary school lives; we do all that we can to make sure it is a special experience.
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The School PTA
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Aims and ethos express the goals and expectations of the school. They express the general targets that we aim for when giving a safe and secure place of learning for your child. Every school needs these clear sets of aims in order to fulfil their vision and values in their pursuite of excellence. Here you will find an outline of ours which will show you our educational model. They will show our dedicaton to your child having not only the best learning experience that we can give but also growing as a person to enable them to tackle their next challenges in life. To enable them to do well as they grow in their education and to be the beginning point in a love of life long learning.
School Day Times
8:00 – 8:40am – Breakfast Club (Chargeable if needed)
8:40am – Doors open
8:50 – Lessons start
10:30 – 10:45am – Morning break
10:45 – 12:00 – Lessons
12:00 – 1:15pm – Lunch break
1:15 – 3:30pm – Lessons
3:30 – 6:00pm – After School Club (Chargeable if needed)
Monday 3:00 – 3:20pm – Whole school assembly
Tuesday 10:15 – 10:30am – KS2 assembly
Wednesday – Class Assembly (Time determined by the class teacher)
Thursday 10:50 -11:10am – Hymn practise
Friday 1:40 – 2:20pm – Golden book assembly
Pupils at Middleton on the Wolds Primary School have been trying to ‘tempt a celebrity’ in a recent letter writing campaign. To coincide with Great British Pie Week, several children chose celebrities whom they would most like to have their school dinner with.
Thomas and Joseph, both keen rugby players at the school, explained that they would love to have their school lunches with a real life professional rugby player. Having heard from the boys, international rugby league star, Iafeta Paleaaesina agreed to come in and enjoy Thursday’s pie at the pupils’ table.
The New Zealand born forward is one of the most decorated players in the game and made his breakthrough in the NRL with New Zealand Warriors. On the international stage he helped the Kiwis win the 2005 Tri Nations Series, before switching allegiance to represent Samoa at the 2008 Rugby League World Cup. He joined Wigan Warriors ahead of the 2006 season and helped them win the Super League Grand Final four years later, defeating St Helens 22-10 at Old Trafford.
Paleaaesina bowed out on a high with Wigan, joining Salford for the 2011 season where he spent two years before a spell in France with Limoux. He returned to Super League with Hull FC, where he spent the last three seasons, going on to make his 200th top flight appearance. He is now enjoying his testimonial year with Doncaster.
Accompanying Paleaaesina, was ex-New Zealand international, Carl Hall.
Great British Pie Week began on the 6th of March and Mrs Goodwin, the school’s cook, created a pie filled menu to treat the children’s taste buds. The range on offer was impressive with steak pie, cottage pie and roast chicken and ham pie all appearing throughout the week.
Executive Headteacher, Steve Woodhouse, was particularly looking forward to the meals. ‘British Pie Week is always something to look forward to. It’s a great opportunity to celebrate good old fashioned British values. The kids all know that I like my pies, apparently you can tell…’
Several other celebrities sent in their apologies, including singer songwriter, Marc Atkinson. Mr Woodhouse was disappointed that the other guests couldn’t make it, ‘Marc is busy singing up in the North West and couldn’t commit to the timings. We are going to invite him in on another occasion instead.’
Notices of Events
|Monday 15th January||AM||Clothing Collection for the Fire-fighters Charity|
|Monday 15th January||AM||Years 3 and 4 Swimming|
|Monday 15th January||PM||Years 3 & 4 Pedestrian Skills Training|
|Monday 15th January||3:30pm – 4:30pm||MOWSA Meeting|
|Tuesday 16th January||1:30pm||Middleton Minis|
|Wednesday 17th January||9:00am – 11:30am||Year 2 Scooter Training|
|Friday 19th January||All Day||KS2 – Murton Park Visit|
|Monday 22nd January||AM||Years 3 and 4 Swimming|
|Tuesday 23rd January||1:30pm||Middleton Minis|
|Monday 29th January||AM||Years 3 and 4 Swimming|
|Tuesday 30th January||1:30pm||Middleton Minis – Children centre to join in the hall|
|Monday 5th February||All Day||£50 Robinwood payment due|
|Monday 5th February||AM||Years 3 and 4 Swimming|
|Tuesday 6th February||1:30pm||Middleton Minis|
|Wednesday 7th February||4:00pm – 5:30pm||Swimming Gala|
|Friday 9th February||1:00pm – 4:00pm||FS2 (Reception) Parents’ meetings|
|Friday 9th February||3:30pm||Children break up for Half Term|
|Monday 19th February||8:40am||Children Back to School|
|Monday 19th February||AM||Years 3 and 4 Swimming|
|Tuesday 20th February||1:30pm||Middleton Minis|
|Wednesday 21st February||2:30pm – 7:00pm||Years 5 and 6 Parents’ meetings|
|Thursday 22nd February||3:45pm – 7:00pm||Years 5 and 6 Parents’ meetings|
|Monday 26th February||AM||Years 3 and 4 Swimming|
|Tuesday 27th February||1:30pm||Middleton Minis – Children centre to join in the hall|
|Wednesday 28th February||1:00pm – 7:00pm||Year 3 and 4 Parents’ meetings|
|Thursday 1st March||1:00pm – 5:30pm||Year 1 and 2 Parents’ meetings|
|Monday 5th March||All Day||Final Robinwood payment due|
|Monday 5th March||AM||Years 3 and 4 Swimming|
|Tuesday 6th March||1:30pm||Middleton Minis|
|Monday 12th March||AM||Years 3 and 4 Swimming|
|Tuesday 13th March||1:30pm||Middleton Minis|
|Wednesday 14th March||AM||Class Photographs|
|Monday 19th March||AM||Years 3 and 4 Swimming – 8:30am leave time|
|Tuesday 20th March||1:30pm||Middleton Minis – Children centre to join in the hall|
|Friday 23rd March||3.30pm||Break up for Easter Holidays|
|Monday 9th April||8.40am||Children Back to School|
We pride ourselves in supplying our children with excellent food. We feel that it is one of the most important parts of a child’s life – to eat properly. Eating a healthy diet enables a child to live life to the full and gives them a better performance all round, specifically helping with their concentration levels – which in turn affects achievement. Its good to know that our children are getting a well balanced and healthy meal.
Parental Consultation Evenings allow our parents to come into school and spend some time …
Our School Clubs
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Our Weblinks Forum
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Our School Awards
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Our School Curriculum
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Our School Policies
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Statistics & Results
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Safeguarding and local offer information. Showing how your child is kept safe in school …
The school is granted premiums each year to spend on supporting children in their education. Here we have information on the Pupil Premium and Sport Premiun spends.
The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers.
Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.
A School Overview
Our prospectus will give you a good insight into school life. It will give you essential information showing who runs our school and how it is managed. View our prospectus by clicking on the pdf file link to the right.
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