5 March 2017, Comments: 0

We have made it as far as March 2017 and the second week of the new half term is one of the busiest of the year so far.

Before we dive into the week ahead I would like to thank Mrs Wake, Mrs Anthony and all of the children from our wonderful choir who participated in the ‘Kids Aloud’ Charity Concert at the Royal Hall last Friday. It was an amazing concert with stunning performances from everyone who participated.

This week starts with a special photograph as RTS has been chosen as the Harrogate Advertiser school of the week. We are also promoting fairtrade fortnight throughout the week. Our fairtrade committee will be heading to ADSA on Monday afternoon to see how many fairtrade products that they can find on the shelves. At the same time we are delighted to welcome Mr Jones back to school where she will be leading our worship on the theme of fairtrade in the afternoon. During the afternoon on Monday Coverdale are going to attempt their astro link up with the scientist William Dunn. After school the friends will be holding their first cake sale of the year.

On Tuesday we welcome Amy Lyon from St Aidan’s who will be leading PE lessons for some of our classes. Rev Simon Dowson will be leading our worship at 1pmand in the afternoon Sporting Influence will be working with gifted and talented pupils from KS2.

On Wednesday children from Yr5/6 will be taking part in an exciting sports literacy project with our friends from Pobble whilst after school children from year 5 will be joining Mr Starkey at Harrogate High School where they will be learning a new sport called Toukball!

On Thursday morning the fairtrade committee will be hosting a coffee morning to raise awareness of fairtrade in the school hall between 9-10am

In the afternoon we are delighted to welcome the Harrogate Male Voice Choir who will be performing for the school and leading a workshop with the choir in the afternoon.

After school on Thursday is the first chess club of this half term.

The photos below show last week’s yellow jumper winners.

Andrew Symonds

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