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19th - Danceathon for Sport Relief 2018.

21st - Lent Lunches for Year 6 pupils.

22nd - Year 5 Curriculum Enrichment Day at Thirsk School & Sixth Form College.

22nd - County Cross Country Finals at Dalby Forest.

23rd - Ash Class sharing in Collective Worship at 8.55am.

23rd - FOTS Chocolate Tombola.

26th - Parent Consultation Evening, 3.30 - 7pm.

27th - Parent Consultation Evening, 1.30- 5pm.

28th - KS1 Cricket Taster Sessions.

28th - Easter Service at St Columba's Church at 2.15pm.

29th - Topcliffe's Got Talent, 1pm.

29th - School closes for Easter Holidays at 2pm.



16th - Staff Training Day.

17th - School re-opens for Summer Term.

18th - James Lofthouse in for FA Skills coaching (6 week block).

19th - Class and whole school photographs.

19th - Jo Marston from Thirsk School & Sixth Form College in to talk to Year 6 pupils.

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Ash Class will be sharing in Collective Worship this Friday, 23rd March at 8.55am.

Collective Worship

Value of the term - Perseverance

This term we are thinking about Perseverance.

We have explored many aspects of perseverance such as:

  • persevering with the truth
  • persevering to the end
  • persevering to finish the job
  • Gods persevering love
  • persevering for Harvest
  • perseverance and self belief

We have been learning these verses:

'I can do everything through Him who gives me strength.' Phillipians verse 13

 'Love always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.' 1 Corinthians chapter 13, verse 7


We regularly enjoy collective worships led by other members of our school community.  Regular visitors are:  

  • Rev. Susanne Jukes
  • Rev. Kathie Heathcoat
  • Jen from New Life Baptist Church



We wish as staff:

  1. To provide worship that is meaningful to the children and appropriate to their state of development.
  2. To develop a sense of fellowship and caring.
  3. To develop empathy and respect for others.
  4. To involve the wider community, and to take note of events that are happening, both in the community and further afield.
  5. To celebrate and share the achievements of children within school.
  6. To develop a sense of wonder at the natural world and its creation.
  7. To provide opportunities for the pupils to reflect on the impact of their behaviour on others in the school.


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