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Ghyll Royd Pre-School child finds leaf on welly walk

Welly Walk Wanderers!

On Wednesdays, Ghyll Royd Pre-School children enjoy an afternoon Welly Walk! The Walks are themed with the children’s learning topic and are always a highly enjoyable midweek activity. Last week, Little Adventurers and Great Explorers combined their welly walks with...

Ghyll Royd's Years 6 boys Cross Country runners

Cross Country Stars!

Ghyll Royd School prides itself on its sports stars who compete in a wide variety of physical activities inside and outside of school. We had fantastic turnout for Saturday’s Cross Country event organised by Burley Woodhead! We had keen runners...

Ghyll Royd School boys look closely at a fossil and write down what animal they think it is

Primary Goes Prehistoric!

Form 6 are discussing evolution in their Science lessons. In pairs, the class went around the room looking at different fossils and wrote down what they thought the fossils might have been and what they might have looked like. The...

Grandparents' Day - a Ghyll Royd grandmother helping a group of children on the computer

Grandparents’ Day 2018

We’re delighted to share that our Grandparents’ Day / Macmillan Coffee Morning raised a whopping £411.82 for Macmillan Cancer Support! On Friday 28th September, grandparents of Ghyll Royd School and Pre-School pupils arrived at school for our Friday morning assembly....

Ghyll Royd School boys paint with juice from berries

Berry Beautiful Pictures

Whilst Ilkley Pool is closed, Forms 1 and 2 are using their usual swimming session times to explore the outdoors. Last week they took a walk by the river and discussed ‘where does the river come from?’ and ‘where is...

Excited schoolchildren waiting outside school, ready to go on their school trip

Dearne Valley Pictures!

Form 5 look to be having a great time at Dearne Valley! Mr Nicholson and Miss Brown are keeping us all updated on the classes’ adventures during their 3-day residential. We’ll be updating our news page with Facebook posts and pictures...