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Wharfedale Festival Success!

Ghyll Royd School pupils enjoyed participating in this year’s Wharfedale Festival of Performing Arts. Twenty pupils took part in this year’s Speech and Drama Festival, with great success. Children take part each year as an opportunity to try out public...

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End of Term Letter – Mr Martin

Dear Parents, Staff, Governors and Friends of Ghyll Royd School and Pre-School, As we move into the final months of the school year, it has been a pleasure to see the creativity, the athleticism, the kindness, and the hard work...

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Mother’s Day Tea Party

Mums and grandmas were treated to a Mother’s Day concert last week. Children in Early Years up to Year 2 sang, danced, played instruments and performed to an audience of their loved ones in our annual Mother’s Day Tea Party....

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Lunar New Year

Ghyll Royd pupils of all ages enjoyed celebrating the Lunar New Year this week. Our Early Years children learnt about the holiday and why it is celebrated. In Little Adventurers the boys and girls made concertina dragons. The children loved...

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Spring Term Sports Round-Up

Our Sports Captain, William, and Deputy Head Pupil, Olivia S, have put together a sports round-up of the Spring term so far. We’ve had an incredible start to the term with plenty of exciting sports events! We had an amazing...

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Q&A with Mr Martin

As he enters his tenth year as Headteacher in 2024, we decided to record a quickfire Q&A to get to know Mr Martin better. Head Pupil Joshua and Deputy Head Pupil Olivia read out a list of this or that’s...

Haunting of Greystone Manor

There were spooky goings on here at Ghyll Royd School over October as the children celebrated Halloween. The boys and ghouls enjoyed a menacing mixture of activities on Tuesday 17th October, co-organised between teachers and the PTA. Everyone made a...