Pipworth's 'Young Voices' make themselves heard
The Pipworth choir had the privilege of attending the Young Voices event in Spring term, making their voices heard amongst the hundreds of other school children who filled the FlyDSA Arena. Singing a variety of songs, the children had an amazing time, even getting the chance to witness a fantastic performance from Spandau Ballet's Tony Hadley! What a treat!
Athletics team set the pace
Pipworth's indoor athletics team comfortably overcame their first hurdle in this year's competition by winning the area finals at Park Academy. Facing 5 other local schools, Pipworth's boys and girls won by a massive 40 point margin on the night and have booked their place in the Links final at All Saints on the 18th December. Well done to everyone involved and good luck!
Pipworth is on Instagram
Last week saw the launch of Pipworth School's Instagram account, and it's proving VERY popular! Over 90 parents and carers have begun to follow our daily updates of all of the amazing things that are happening here. If you want to get involved, download the Instagram app, sign up for an instagram account (it's all free) and look for 'pipworthprimary'. Click on follow and you'll receive regular updates onto your mobile device!
Panto season comes to Pipworth
The children had a fantastic time today, when they had the chance to watch a pantomime version of 'Jack and the Beanstalk' in the hall. Thanks to the hard work of the PIPPTAC team, funds were raised to stage the show as a special treat for the school, and what a treat it was! Singing, dancing and joking, this was a version of this famous story that had something for everyone - including Mrs Kenyon doing a pretty good 'Gangnam Style'! Well done to everyone who helped to make this magical afternoon happen.
School's 90th birthday celebrations
As you will be aware, the school will be celebrating its 90th birthday this term.
Here is an article from the Sheffield Star which includes some wonderful pictures and an interview with our very own Mrs Robertshaw:
Here is some information about what will be happening on the day:
Want to find out what your child will be learning about this half-term? You can find the information you are looking for in the School Curriculum section at the top of your screen - just choose your child's Year Group to see what they are up to.
Help your child to become a great reader
Reading with your child for just 5-10 minutes every day can have a massive impact on their learning, which can go on to improve their chance of success in life. They don't have to read a book - it can be a comic, a magazine, a newspaper or an internet page.
Listening to children read is good, but discussing what they are reading is even better. For examples of how to do this, and other helpful tips about reading with kids, check out the videos on this page.
Practise assembly songs at home!
Check out the singing assembly page to see what we've been singing at school. You can find the lyrics on the videos or on the page itself.