Today we saw another win for St Nicholas Priory. Y4 came in joint 1st place with GYPA & North Denes with 10 points each.
The behaviour and team support from all six children was fantastic, well done team!
At the start of the Spring Term, Year 5 decided to explore the question of ‘Where are the aliens on Earth?’ after the school experienced some unexplained events! Mysterious objects, for which there is no explanation, were discovered when staff came into school and the children were asked to help with an investigation into what
Another successful sporting morning for KS1. Twelve KS1 children gave it their all to complete a cross country course at North Denes. With no school field and limited facilities at Priory to train on these children set their pace and ran like Forest Gump! Clausir set a school record with a running time of 2 minutes
Yesterday, 25th February. A team of 9 girls won their first cup match against Homefield Primary school. The team scored a strong 6 goals between them. Charlie – 2 goals Denni – 2 goals Iris – 2 goals. The overall performance from the team was solid, starting with the goalkeeper, through the defence and into
A BIG well done to the Y3 dodgeball players who competed in a GY7 dodgeball competition on Friday 15th February.
The team of 6 came in 1st place by working together as a team. Using tactical play to dodge, catch and throw the balls to defeat their opponents.
Miss Howes is incredibly proud!
On Monday 4th February 12 KS1 pupils competed in a Premier Sport archery morning. Both teams successfully made it to the semi finals! All children promoted a positive attitude with determination to hit the target.
During the Autumn Term, Year 5 have continued working in association with the Fishermen’s Hospital. All of the children in the year group visited the Fishermen’s Hospital during the Heritage Open Days in September and then created some yummy food to share with the residents in October and again in December. On Thursday 13th December,