Welcome to our school website. We hope that you find this site informative. It should give you a good overview of some of the excellent experiences that we and our pupils share together as we seek to make our school a place of high quality learning and interaction. We value and look after the needs of every child and strive to make sure that all of our pupils enjoy their time here. It’s a place to make friends and start on the lifelong learning journey. We recognise that children have one chance to enjoy their primary school lives; we do all that we can to make sure it is a special experience.
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The School PTA
Aims and ethos express the goals and expectations of the school. They express the general targets that we aim for when giving a safe and secure place of learning for your child. Every school needs these clear sets of aims in order to fulfil their vision and values in their pursuite of excellence. Here you will find an outline of ours which will show you our educational model. They will show our dedicaton to your child having not only the best learning experience that we can give but also growing as a person to enable them to tackle their next challenges in life. To enable them to do well as they grow in their education and to be the beginning point in a love of life long learning.
Foundation Stage – Registration 8.50am to 9, Lessons – 9am to 12noon, Lunchtime 12-1.10pm, Lessons – 1.10 -3.15pm
Keystage 1 – Registration 8.50am to 9, Lessons – 9am to 12noon, Lunchtime 12-1.10pm,
Lessons – 1.10 -3.15pm
Keystage 2 – Registration 8.50am to 9, Lessons – 9am to 12noon, Lunchtime 12-1.10pm, Lessons – 1.10 -3.15pm
There is a joint fundraiser that the PTA are doing with Bishop Wilton Sports Association on Saturday 16th February. The tickets are selling fast if anyone would still like some.
Bishop Wilton Primary school pupils have been practicing their Maypole Dancing again this year, the final production was at The Spring Fair at The village Hall on Saturday, the children all had great fun and the audience was impressed at the skill of plaiting and unplaiting the ribbons – without knotting it up!
Well done and huge Thanks to everyone involved.
Click on the image below to zoom in on the picture.
Our school attended our annual school church Service to Celebrate Easter at St Edith’s, Bishop Wilton. The informative service was led by Canon Rodney interacted with children’s reading and poetry. During this Service, Our important Head Teacher’s award was presented to year 6 pupil Tom. Tom has worked very hard to achieve the Head Teacher’s award, it is only presented termly so it is a great honour to receive. Tom was so very proud to receive the award and still can’t quite believe it.
Pictured is our Executive Head Teacher of The Wold’s Federation of Schools, Mrs Harros with Tom. Click on the image below to zoom in on the picture.
We recently held a dress down day at Our school for Our School PTA fundraiser. Also Our PTA recently bought the Kay Stage 2 Class copies of ‘Escape to Pompeii’ books for their English Lessons, we are very grateful to Our PTA who support us very much.
Pictured are key stage 2 pupils with their new books.
A couple of weeks ago, a lady called Lyn emailed our school to inform us that she has been to an antiques fair in Wetherby with her grandchildren and came across a cross stitch sampler that was created by a young lady called Kate Banks, aged 10 in 1880, Bishop Wilton Primary school. Lyn sent a photograph and informed us that this sampler was for sale in an antiques shop in Selby – she kindly thought we would be interested in gaining this.
I contacted Selby Antiques, the antiques shop came across the sampler from a house clearance sale in a village nearby called Breighton, (Bubwith) the sampler was still for sale, I reserved the item until collection was made.
We are very proud and happy to have a piece of history back in our school all these years later – if only it could talk!
We are now doing some research into Kate Banks and our school and village history.
Many Thanks to all involved in this amazing find.
Please see the pictures below:
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all of you who have chosen to take part in this festive, community venture. This year’s participants have chosen a Christmas song or carol as a focus for their Advent Window/ Garden; some have picked out particular lyrics they wish to highlight and interpret, others have gone for the whole song. Every evening a new window will be ‘lit’ and many will remain lit up to early January. We hope you enjoy the growing collection of window or garden scenes throughout December and thank you for taking the time to wander around our beautiful village.
Please find attached map for distribution.
Please note the collection for Real Aid Shoe boxes for Christmas 2017 shall be collected from Bishop Wilton Primary School on MONDAY 20th November 2017.
Bishop Wilton Primary School and the community have supported this Charity for a number of years now.
Please see http://realaid.org.uk or telephone the Beverley Branch on 01482 880660 for further details, Registered Charity Number: 1089316
Please see the leaflet attached for Real Aid 2017, we have supported this charity for a number of years now and Real Aid have asked me to pass on their appreciation.
As Our year 6’s have worked extremely hard during their SAT’s week, they joined together with the Year 6’s across our Federation School’s for an exciting afternoon Rock Climbing at ‘Rock Up’ in Hull.
All pupil’s thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of the various climbing walls and would like to go again!
Bishop Wilton Primary school council arranged a fun day of World Book Day Celebrations, the pupils dressed up as their favourite book character and brought in their books. The pupils all looked great and joined in the activities for the day, The picture attached is our Key Stage 2 Class, taught by Mr Bell.
Notices of Events
|Tuesday 15th January 2019||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 1/10|
|Tuesday 22nd January 2019||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 2/10|
|Monday 28th January||KS2 After School Sports Club Week 1|
|Tuesday 29th January 2019||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 3/10|
|Tuesday 5th February||Chinese New Year|
|Tuesday 5th February||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 4/10|
|Thursday 7th February||Year 6 Buswise Presentation|
|Tuesday 12th February||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 5/10|
|Saturday 16th February||PTA Fundraiser 80’s Disco Tickets Available from Our PTA members|
|Friday 15th February||Break up for Half Term|
|Monday 25th February||Return To School|
|Tuesday 26th February||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 6/10|
|Tuesday 5th March||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 7/10|
|Tuesday 12th March||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 8/10|
|Friday 15th March||Red Nose Day|
|Tuesday 19th March||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 9/10|
|Tuesday 26th March||Years 3, 4 & 5 Swimming week 10/10|
|Friday 5th April||Break up for Easter Holidays|
|Tuesday 23rd April||Return To School|
|Friday 24th May||Break up for Half Term|
|Monday 3rd June||Return To School|
|Tuesday 11th June||KS2 Countryside Day @ Yorkshire Show Ground 8.30am departure|
|Friday 19th July||Break up for Summer Holidays|
Here are our school term dates. The term dates document will show you when the school is open and closed. It will show you when we also have staff training days allocated throughout the year.
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All of our annual term dates will be posted in this area of the website.
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Statistics & Results
The school is granted premiums each year to spend on supporting children in their education. Here we have information on the Pupil Premium and Sport Premiun spends.
The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils of all abilities and to close the gaps between them and their peers.
Schools receive PE and sport premium funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of PE and sport they offer.
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