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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Mirfield Cross Country Competition

Mirfield Cross Country Competition 2017 Over 60 children represented Crowlees at the Mirfield Cross Country competition at Crossley Fields. We had teams of boys and girls from years 4, 5 and 6 who were competing for the chance to progress to the next round of competition, and children from...

Year 3 Stone Age Day

Year 3 enjoyed their Stone Age day where they dressed up as cavemen and cavewomen and took part in a variety of activities including: building Stone Age houses, cave painting using sticks and mud and looking at...

Tri-golf June 2017

Tri-golf 27th June 2017 3rd place for our fantastic Year 5 Tri-golf team at the North Kirklees competition. Well done – it looks like you had a brilliant time! Click here for Tri-golf picture  ...

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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Reception Wedding 2017

The reception children have been learning about the similarities and differences  between Christian weddings and those in other cultures. We had great fun dressing up and pretending to get...

Mirfield Cross Country Competition

Mirfield Cross Country Competition 2017 Over 60 children represented Crowlees at the Mirfield Cross Country competition at Crossley Fields. We had teams of boys and girls from years 4, 5 and 6 who were competing for the chance to progress to the next round of competition, and children from years 1, 2 and 3 taking part in the fun runs. It was fantastic to see such enthusiasm from all the children and we had some excellent results. I hope some of the younger children are inspired to run again in future years. Well done to the Year 6 girls and boys who won as teams. Huge congratulations to the winners of their races: Billy...

Y3 Stone Age Day

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