There has been so much rain recently we have had some inevitable indoor lunchtimes. Just look how we occupy ourselves with our friends in the hall. Sometimes it’s fun to stay inside.
Congratulations to all our Key Stage Two pupils who participated in the annual cross-country competition here at Ingleton. We had 12 children who qualified for the next round at Giggleswick School. Everyone enjoyed the competition and ran well, on a tough course. Congratulations to Lucas, Finn and Mack who are now through to the North Yorkshire County Finals at Dalby Forest in April.
Foundation Stage are looking forward to this years Countryfile Ramble in aid of Children in Need.
We will be setting off shortly after 9am and should be back for 10.30am. Children will need warm layers, waterproof coats and wellies.
We need lots of parents , carers to help accompany the children and refreshments will be served on our return in return for donations to the Children in Need charity. Any donations of baking to serve will be gratefully received.
Thank you for your support and smiles. Please let us know if you can come along and help in the morning.
Thousands of people are protesting across the UK, with pupils leaving schools and workers downing tools as part of a global ‘ climate strike’ day.
Wharfedale joined the worldwide protest by having a ‘ die in’.
Nursery released their painted lady butterflies in the meadow early in July after watching them develop from tiny caterpillars. Here’s hoping they find plenty of places to lay their eggs and their life cycle can continue.
There were plenty of entries for the gardening and baking classes at our very own Small Yorkshire Show on Monday 15th July.
The sun shone for our school sports day and we welcomed plenty of families and friends to watch all the races. Every child participated and enjoyed the fun.