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Welcome to Skelton Newby Hall CE Primary School’s website. 

This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing up to date information for parents, pupils and the wider community. We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find what you are looking for. 

Of course, the website provides lots of information, but we can show you so much more if you came to visit us. 

We'd be delighted to share our school with you and if you'd like to arrange a visit, or have any questions, please contact the school by either telephone 01423 322548 or email admin@skeltonnewbyhall.n-yorks.sch.uk 

We look forward to meeting you. 

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Latest News

Today, we investigated mechanisms: gears, pulleys and levers. After doing some research using secondary sources, we conducted some of our ...Read more
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In English, we are basing our writing around a story called 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight', which is set ...Read more
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We never like to miss an opportunity to make some funny shadows on the playground. Today it was great for ...Read more
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Today we have been planting bulbs. Hopefully we will have a beautiful display of flowers in spring. ...Read more
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This morning we harvested some potatoes, beans and the tiniest carrots you've ever seen from our allotment garden. When we ...Read more
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Our new outdoor equipment is just wonderful and allows plenty of challenge for balance, co-ordination, taking risks and exploring different ...Read more
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So much has grown in our school allotment garden - so it was great to investigate it and see what ...Read more
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We have been busy indoors and outdoors. We had the wheeled toys out yesterday and the children loved pretending to ...Read more
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Today we have made crowns, played football, ridden wheeled toys and done some gardening. We have also been learning about ...Read more
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This afternoon we watched some video clips showing different methods that artists use to represent trees on paper. There were ...Read more
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This afternoon we started off reading story books inside, then went outside to tell stories and ended up acting out ...Read more
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The children played beautifully on the wheeled toys yesterday, mastering new skills. I thought I would introduce roundabouts for the ...Read more
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Well today the boys have been collecting daisies. We made the most of the sunny morning by spending time in ...Read more
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This afternoon, although it wasn't exactly sunny, the weather had improved. So after a small job in the allotment garden ...Read more
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Every day we have something new to investigate. Today we went to look at the cows in the field next ...Read more
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We have had glorious weather for our return to school. We are trying very hard to socially distance. It is ...Read more
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There are lots of challenges for you to try at home on our class pages, so don't forget to browse ...Read more
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There are lots of flowers on the strawberry plants. Potatoes and onions are growing well, today I've planted sweet corn, ...Read more
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We have new life at Skelton. one of our broody chickens has hatched a little chick. ...Read more
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I am pleased to say that I am still able to do work on our allotment garden during lockdown and ...Read more
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Some of our resources are offering free access to parents during the disruption of the Coronavirus. Please check your class page for direct links to support your child. There are ... Read more

What an array of characters turned up for World Book Day today. Fabulous effort everyone! ...Read more
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We had enormous fun making a swing this afternoon as well as crafting wooden garden gnomes, building dens, exploring ramps ...Read more
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We had good fun in the snow! Even though it was cold and slushy. ...Read more
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What a lovely way to spend an hour after school. We had 6 members for our gardening club tonight and ...Read more
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We have been using our fine motor skills to make valentine's gifts. We have been talking about colour and texture ...Read more
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Thankyou so much to the PTFA who bought us a new fire pit for forest schools. I am sure it ...Read more
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Diamond Class have had a fantastic two weeks on their art block. Every adult who has entered our classroom has ...Read more
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The children are really enjoying the lunch time tag rugby skills with Mr. Steel every Monday lunchtime. As well as ...Read more
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Homework will now be posted on here each week on Monday and it will be checked the following Monday (discussing ...Read more

Diamond Class, which is made up of Year 4, 5 and 6 pupils, is taught by Miss Copperthwaite and is very lucky to be supported ... Read more

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