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Shakespeare Primary School is a special place where the staff are dedicated to providing the best for all children.

By providing a well structured and engaging curriculum, and by promoting good behaviour through our Golden Rules, we aim to enthuse in all children a love of learning as well as respect and care for each other.

We value highly the partnership between home and school and encourage all parents to take an active part in the education of their children. Read more >>

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    Police! Police!

    As part of their ‘What is it like to be…?’ project, Reception children had a fantastic real life experience in school in the form of a visit from West Yorkshire Police!

    01 December 2016

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    Blockbuster Books for Boys Breakfast Club gets up and running

    After finding out last week who their reading coach was and choosing their first book, the Blockbuster Books for Boys Breakfast Club met for the first time in Mr Gorton’s Office this week.

    30 November 2016

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    Year 3 Scooter Safety Training

    Year 3 children took part in Leeds City Council's scooter safety training.

    29 November 2016

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    Year 4 Visit to the Thackray Museum

    On Tuesday Year 4 visited the Thackray Medical Museum where we had a go at recreating the digestive system!

    10 November 2016

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    U9 Active Schools' Come & Play Football

    The under 9 football team attended the Active Schools' Come & Play festival at the Hunslet Club.

    01 November 2016

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    VE Day Celebration Preparation

    Today we have been preparing food for our Victory in Europe Day celebration tomorrow. We have peeled potatoes and carrots, cracked eggs, stirred flour, chopped cabbage and celery.

    06 October 2016

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    A Child's War - Year 5 and 6

    In Year 5 and 6 we have been learning all about what World War ll was like for children. This has involved studying their clothes, food and how they spent their time.

    29 September 2016

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    Eden Camp Visit - Year 5 and 6

    Year 5 and 6 continue their exploration of children in the 1940s by taking a trip to Eden Camp.

    29 September 2016

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    Do Cows Drink Milk?

    As part of their current learning project, Reception had a fabulous time at Temple Newsam Farm this week. They came face-to-face with geese, chickens, cows, pigs, sheep, goats and much more.

    29 September 2016

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    Our Years 5 and 6 have been looking at what it meant to have to evacuate the major cities in Britain during the Second World War.

    22 September 2016

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