Our school is a place where happy memories are made. Each child is safe, cared for and learns to care for others; is valued for being themselves; is supported in learning to make the right decisions and challenged to be the best they can be. This vision is underpinned by our shared 'Crowlees Christian Values' ~ Mrs Kathy Woods - Head Teacher

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Sir Captain Tom

At the beginning of May the School Council members helped organise a challenge based around the number 100 to help celebrate what would have been Captain Tom’s 101st birthday. Each class came up with their own idea and completed it together. « ‹ 1 of 31 › »    ...

Coding Phiros Year 4

On Friday, Mr Barraclough visited us to run a workshop using Phiro robots. Our first task was to work out how to make the Phiros move and how to change the colour of the lights. Then we were set the challenge of programming them to move round the mazes...

Year 4 Multiplication Check

On Tuesday 3rd November 2020 we held a Year 4 Multiplication Tables Check information evening . This is the powerpoint used with all the information and links to suggested websites.   Year 4 Times Tables Check Powerpoint – Click...

About Our School

 

We believe our school is a place where:

Christian Values

Children feel safe, secure and happy within a caring ethos and climate of mutual trust which values all members of the school and encourages a pride in personal contribution.

St Mary’s is our local Church where we regularly visit for special occasions and services.

St Marys Church

Hugh the vicar visits school every week to take our collective worship. 

 

 

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Sir Captain Tom

At the beginning of May the School Council members helped organise a challenge based around the number 100 to help celebrate what would have been Captain Tom’s 101st birthday. Each class came up with their own idea and completed it together. « ‹ 1 of 31 › »    ...

Coding Phiros Year 4

On Friday, Mr Barraclough visited us to run a workshop using Phiro robots. Our first task was to work out how to make the Phiros move and how to change the colour of the lights. Then we were set the challenge of programming them to move round the mazes that were set out on our tables. We had to work well in teams, as well as using problem solving skills to complete the tasks....

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