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“It is my great pleasure to welcome you to St Leonard’s CE Primary School. If your child is joining us for the first time, we welcome you as parents or carers and look forward to a happy and successful association over the coming years. If you already have a child here, we are pleased to cement these links between us. We hope your child will have a happy and rewarding time here before moving on and continuing their education.”
Mrs Kay Ferriday – Head Teacher
We hope that you have a very happy and safe summer. We will see you when we return to school on Tuesday 5th September 2017.
Thank you for all the support you have given us this year.
Also, a big good luck to all of our Year 6 pupils who are starting Secondary School in September, you will all be missed!
On September 18th we received our Academy orders from the Government. Our expected date for conversion will be 1st November 2017.
Academy Consultation Meeting 2017
Please click on the following buttons for the Academy Consultation Meeting presention (without commentary) and the question and answers.
Sports Day was a huge success and all children were absolutely fantastic. We would like to say a massive ‘Thank You’ to all parents and grandparents who came down to show their support!
Banner for the Thiers Festival
We have recently designed and painted a banner for the Thiers Festival, this years theme is ‘City of the Future’. Please see below photo of the finishing piece and some of our Year 6 pupils who designed and painted it –
Race for Life 2017
We would like to Thank you for your support and kind donations for this year’s Race for Life! It was great to see so many of you at the event and from your generosity we also raised £63 from refreshments. We are still collecting but once we have a total we will update you. Please see below photographs taken from the event –
Fairtrade Break Time!
We have recently held a special break time in aid of Fairtrade called ‘Give Fairtrade A Break’, this was run by School Council members and was a great success! Please see below a photograph of some School Council members who worked hard to make the cakes from Fairtrade ingredients.