Category Archives: Early Years

Stay and Play – Easter

On Friday we had our last Stay and Play session before the Easter holidays. Mrs Davis and Mrs Coultas will be back on Friday 28th April for more fun and games from 9.30am – 11.00am. This week the Little Adventurers...

Hesketh Farm Trip

The Little Adventurers, Great Explorers and Reception pupils all hopped on the Ghyll Royd minibus for a trip to Hesketh Farm! We got up to all sorts on our day at the farm. There was a giant hay maze we...

Father Philip Visit

Father Philip from St Margaret’s Church held an assembly on Wednesday morning to tell the story of Easter. Pupils from all years gathered in the School hall to learn about the many stages of Easter, including the Last Supper, how Jesus...

How does your garden grow?

The Great Explorers hopped onto the Ghyll Royd minibus and took a trip to the Stephen Smith’s Garden Centre this week. The trip was part of the ‘Understanding the World’ section of the Early Years Curriculum, learning about how things...

World Book Day 2017

Princesses, Superheroes, Wizards and many more came to Ghyll Royd School today to celebrate World Book Day. Children of all ages dressed up to celebrate their favourite fictional characters from Alice in Wonderland, to Harry Potter to Mr Bump! Even...

Early Years Visit Tropical World

On Tuesday our Early Years visited Tropical World in Roundhay to learn about the weird and wonderful creatures found in different habitats around the world. We first went into the Butterfly room which was really, really warm! It needs to be warm...

Stay and Play

We had a very busy Stay and Play this week with lots of new faces. Mrs Coultas got the children moving with action songs. First, the children had to stretch to make themselves really, really tall. Then they had to...

Fun with Pyjama Drama

How did the Hedgehog cross the road? With the help of our Early Years! Road safety week continued for our Pre-School pupils with a visit from Pyjama Drama. Elizabeth came into School to show our Little Adventurers and Great Explorers...