It is a pleasure to introduce you to Killinghall Primary School. I hope that you find the information within our website both useful and interesting.We hope to provide for you, a valuable insight into the high quality education we deliver to our children. Our pupils are given opportunity and encouragement to enjoy school and be successful.
The gallery on the website demonstrates the importance we place upon stimulating experiences both inside and outside the classroom. We continue to develop strong partnerships between the pupils, staff, parents, governors and the local and wider community.
We have developed a strong culture based on team work which has created a school which goes that “extra mile” for its pupils.
Enjoy your ‘journey’ around the site.
What a busy year we have had, time seems to pass so quickly.
In only 2 weeks we will say goodbye to our current year 6, they have worked so very hard this year, attending out of school clubs and booster classes whenever they could. This extra work and all their commitment and determination has paid of in the best SATs results we have ever had.
We are so proud of them.
This term is very exciting with lots of trips out for all our children and parents meetings for all our parents new to the school. The new pupils will be making visits to their new classes and we will end the term with the year 6 graduation and end of term concert. Be sure not to miss this.
School is closed on the 17 th July for a long Eid celebration weekend and then we are having our Summer Fayre on 22nd of July, this will be a large event..... are you brave enough to throw wet sponges at the head teacher and Munir? The question is am I brave enough to let you!!!
The children's reports should be coming to all parents on 16 th July, there have been some changes this year so please ask the teacher if you are at all unsure. Your help and support at home is clearly reflected in the great progress our children have made this year.
Have a great summer and remember to keep talking, going out and seeing places and reading as much as you can over the summer. Watch out for our exciting family homework projects, you do so well with these.
Ben Nevis Charity Climb
Well done and congratulations to Mohammed, Amina, Suffia, Amreen, Rehana, Simon, Sofia, Maryam, Uzma and Sadia for raising £3,572.00 climbing Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK.