Term dates 2021/22


Dates for your Diary Autumn Term

Please see the below information, these items are subject to change.
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Remember Hands – Face – Space!

Monday 6th September 11am – Children return to school. (Not Nursery children).

Tuesday 7th September Nursery children return to school.

Wednesday 8th September Year 6 Swimming Lessons – please remember to send your child with their Swim Kit every Wednesday.

Friday 17th September Jeans for Genes Day.

Friday 24th September Harvest Festival – 11am – Morning Nursery and Reception. – 2.30pm – Afternoon Nursery and Reception

Friday 1st October Inset Day – School Closed

Tuesday 19th October Prison Me – No Way! Visitors in school to see Year 5.

Friday 22nd October School Closes at 3pm for 1 week.
Children are invited to wear their Halloween Costumes
2.30pm – Halloween Horror Production – Years 1,2 and 3

Monday 1st November All Children Back to School

Tuesday 9th November Stay and Play – for our new Nursery Starters – Jan 2022

Thursday 11th November Remembrance Day Assembly for Upper Phase Children
(4,5,6) at 10.40am. This will be available to book via the
Gateway App from Monday 8th November.

Friday 12th November • Children in Need Day – Non-Uniform – suggested 50p
donation, to be paid via the Gateway App.

Tuesday 16th November Stay and Play – for our new Nursery Starters – Jan 2022

Tuesday 23rd November Today we are taking the whole school to the Christmas

Tuesday 30th November Morning Nursery Visit to Lotherton Hall – Remember Nursery
will be closed to Afternoon pupils and also any Morning pupil not wishing to attend the trip on this day.

Wednesday 1st December Afternoon Nursery Visit to Lotherton Hall – Remember
Nursery will be closed to Morning pupils and also any afternoon pupil not wishing to attend the trip on this day.

Thursday 2nd December Reception Visit to Hunslet Railway – to see Santa.

Week Commencing 6th December The Prince of Wales Hospice’s REINDEER DASH!
All children this week will take part in a Run, Walk or Toddle to raise money for this local charity. Each child will receive a
pair of Jingle Reindeer Antlers and a certificate. Money to be donated via the school Gateway app.

Tuesday 7th December Stay and Play – for our new Nursery Starters – Jan 2022

Friday 10th December • Christmas Jumper Day – Pupils may wear a Christmas Jumper today for a 50p donation to Save the Children Charity, to be paid via the Gateway App.
• 1.30pm – Christmas Market (weather permitting).

Monday 13th December 2pm – Upper Phase Christmas Production at the Holy Cross Church.

Tuesday 14th December • 10.30am – Morning Nursery and UFS-W will be performing their Christmas Production.
• 2.30pm – Afternoon Nursery and UFS -S/P will be performing their Christmas Production.

Wednesday 15th December • Whole School Christmas Dinner – all children in school will receive a Christmas dinner on this day. (children can still bring a packed lunch if they prefer).
• 2.30pm – Middle Phase (1,2,3) Christmas Production.
• Nursery Christmas Parties – Last Day for all Nursery Children.

Thursday 16th December • No Nursery Children in School Today
• Christmas Parties – children can come to school in their Party Clothes.
• 1.30pm – School Closes for the Christmas Holidays. Friday 17th December Inset Day – School Closed

Tuesday 4th January 2022 • 8.30am – School Reopens (Not Nursery Classes)
• January 2022 New Starter meetings – for new nursery

Wednesday 5th January Both Morning and Afternoon Nursery Classes return to school.


After School Clubs will go ahead this term. Look out for
further details.

Can we please remind all Parent/Carers to be extra vigilant when driving and parking around school, on both Stansfield Drive, Royds Avenue and Fryston Road please? Thank You.
A reminder to all Parents / Carers / Pupils and Siblings, please do not ride any Bikes or Scooters etc. on School Property. We have had several instances now, of children and adults being run into and knocked over.
If children are caught riding their bikes etc. then they are at risk of being banned from being able to bring them to school. Thank you for your understanding.
Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility, if you have any concerns, please ask to speak to a safeguarding lead


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