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Training Days 2020-2021

  • Monday 7th September 2020
  • Monday 7th December 2020
  • Monday 5th July 2021
  • Monday 26th July 2021
  • Tuesday 27th July 2021

Training Days 2021-2022

  • Monday 6th September 2021
  • Monday 6th December 2021
  • Monday 4th July 2022
  • Monday 25th July 2022
  • Tuesday 26th July 2022

Leeds school calendar 2020-21

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Just a reminder it is our outdoor (hopefully!) class photos on Monday. No PE kits please and looking our RPS best of course! Say cheese! 😁 😁 ...

Our fundraising 'Childhood Day' for the NSPCC was a great success - please enjoy the following video capturing some of the highlights. Thank you to those who generously contributed - £814 has been raised, which will be used to help vulnerable children across the country. Massive thanks to the wonderful Mrs Bindon for putting together this video and for all the children and staff for creating and capturing these wonderful moments and being such great sports! Enjoy. 😊👍😊💕 ...

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Very well done! 👏👏👏

Abbie Lauren Hutchison harleys in the vid. Gillian Todd Eva’s in there too xx

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Phase 3/4 had a smashing afternoon proving themselves to be vicious Viking raiders and traders! A massive thank you to the Royal Armouries for putting on a fantastic, interactive and engaging virtual visit. ...

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Thanks for organising this. Phoebe has told me all about it x

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Nursery celebrate British Values and other cultures this week 🇬🇧 ...

Phase 3/4 have had a super day learning about British Values. In the morning, when looking at the 'Rule of Law', we had a courtroom trial involving Goldilocks and the three bears and we learnt about Indian culture and tried some traditional food when exploring the topic of 'Mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths.' In the afternoon, we looked at two famous people who portrayed 'Individual Liberty' and changed the course of history. These were Nelson Mandela and Emmeline Pankhurst. ...

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