The last tree has finally been planted and we are pleased to announce that our woodland area will now be called 'Ludlam Woods' in honor of Robert Ludlam. Please see our Facebook page for more photos of the celebration
Year 4 had a very busy residential at The Mill. They took part in a number of activities such as climbing, canoeing and caving. For more photos please have a look at our Facebook page and electronic notice board in the playground.
Well done to our school football team who have remained undefeated in the Bassetlaw Schools league finishing the season with a 3-1 win over Harworth. They also played St Anne's in the middle division final and narrowly lost 4-3. Excellent team work Team Holy Family.
Thank you to all the mothers and grandmothers that joined us on Thursday to celebrate Mothers Day.
The Woodland Trust have kindly donated 105 saplings for us to plant around the school. The children have started planting them this week.
This week we have been enjoying STEM Week 2019, which is a joint international initiative that invites schools across Europe and around the world, to celebrate learning in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
On Monday the children celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as their favorite character from their favorite book.
On Monday Class 4 enjoyed a visit to Savoy cinema to see How to Train your Dragon: The Hidden World as part of their Viking topic. They are also reading the book in their English lessons.
To see more photos of year 5 residential trip click on our Facebook link : https://www.facebook.com/holyfamilycps/
Class 5 have arrived safe and sound at Thornbridge Activity Centre in Bakewell. More photos will be posted on Facebook tonight. Keep your eye out.