What an incredible competition! The children worked so hard to write some excellent stories and on Wednesday we welcomed Jo Baker, a former pupil of Arkholme school who just so happens to be an international best selling author!
Jo presented the three category winners, Ezra, Florence and Beatrice with their stacks of books, sponsored by Arkholme with Cawood Parish Council.
Our overall winner Florence, took away the incredible trophy, designed and crafted by Paul Case.
A full list of the entrants is below
Ezra, William, Leah
Florence S, Florence H, Gabriel, Lucy, Alex, Leo, Chloe, Izzy, Alasdair, Harry, Zara, Maisie, Joah, Elsa.
Beatrice, Carys, George, Erin, Henry, Ben
Arkholme’s first Procession Of Light was a fantastic evening, which was incredibly well attended despite the rain!
The lanterns looked magical leading the way up Main Street, stopping at various points along the way to hear the story of Christmas. Members of the school choir sung for us once we got back to school and the refreshments which were provided by Arkholme with Cawood Parish Council were enjoyed by all.
Thank you to everyone who helped, came along and took part in the event, it was a great event attended by the whole community.
This week, Leo asked Mrs Muckalt if he could add an event to the Spread the Happiness calendar, today was the day!
Leo and Joshua worked hard to make the event happen and lots of happiness was spread!
Thank you to everyone who attended our Remembrance service on Monday, the children worked very hard, thank you to Owl class for leading the service.
Well done to our incredible Cross Country runners who traveled to Tatham Feels Primary School on Wednesday to take part in the Lune Valley Cluster Schools Cross Country Tournament and brought home the trophy!
The results were as follows;
1st Place – Ben and Leo
2nd Place – Elise and Tom C
3rd Place – Carys
4th Place – Beatrice and George W
The cricket team had a great afternoon playing at Westgate cricket club.
Kingfisher Class enjoyed a morning of Stone Age fun with Wood Matters on 13th June.
First they made stone axes then played Stone Age hunters.
They learned how to identify prey animals by their skulls and tracks. They made string out of reeds.
Finally they made beautiful hammed leaf and flower prints in the woods.