11th July 2018
Mrs Fox and Mrs Hancock are busy training to take part in the Great North Run in September 2018. This distance is the furthest distance they have run before and they are taking part to raise awareness and funds for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
We were very pleased that The Star newspaper ran our story!
If anyone would like to sponsor them, please visit their Just Giving pages at:
21st June 2018
We all had a great time at the athletics city finals at Woodburn road.
The kids had a great time and achieved some great personal bests! The atmosphere was fantastic and we are incredibly proud of them all!
18th June 2018
Our netball team took park in a mini tournament yesterday to compete in their remaining league matches and we would like to thank St Theresa’s for hosting the tournament.
Our Woodseats team finished 4th in the league overall and can’t wait to compete in the autumn league!
13th June 2018
A lot of our Y5's played at a Cricket Festival in Graves Park yesterday.
They had a great time and loved representing our school. They even won the best behaved school award!
Well done everyone!
6th June 2018
Our netball team played their first league match and they loved it!
We'd like to give a massive thanks to Nook Lane Primary School for being fantastic hosts and really encouraging our team.
Well done everyone!
24th May 2018
Our Y5/Y6 athletes were amazing yesterday when they competed in an athletics competition at Woodbourn Road Stadium. Their attitude and encouragement for each other was brilliant and many of them are now through to the finals in June. We are super proud of them all! Well done!
22nd May 2018
Our Y4/Y5 tri-golf team played really well today. They did very well, especially as they have only recently started playing the sport and this was their first competition.
21st May 2018
We'd like to give a huge thank you to Laura from Muscular Dystrophy UK who came to talk to us at our assembly.
17th May 2018
Our Orienteering team were brilliant yesterday and worked really hard! They encouraged each other and despite how tired they were they were full of smiles at the end! We are very proud of them all.
15th May 2018
Our tennis players took part in a competition at Hallamshire Tennis club last week and our team came second overall. We think they did really well and we are very proud! Well done!
We've had a fantastic Science Week this week! The children have all really enjoyed the Motilab!
20th April 2018
Well done to our Y6 Handball team who played in the finals at Forge Valley School and came 4th overall. They had a great team spirit and gave it their all! Well done!
29th March 2018
Prizes were given out today during our egg-sembly to the winners of the Easter egg competition. There were some egg-cellent entries and it was very difficult to choose the winners.
Well done everyone!
Well done to Alfie from Y6P who won a Journalistic Challenge set by Meadowhead School and Sheffield United. Children had to write a report after watching a live SUFC football match. Alfie won a football with all the SUFC players signatures on it.
16th March 2018
It's Woodseats World Book day today! Everyone looked amazing in their costumes.
We even had a visit from Steeler Dan from the Sheffield Steelers who was launching a colouring competition alongside Haybrooks!
8th and 9th March 2018
Y5S really enjoyed their time at Thornbridge!
8th March 2018
Thornbridge looks beautiful this morning with a blanket of snow.
Y5S had a great time in the snow!
7th March 2018
The Science after school club welcomed some University of Sheffield bioengineering students who helped the children build a prototype prosthetic finger!
7th March 2018
Changeover day at Thornbridge! Y5S arrived safely and Y5SP came home.
Another fabulous day was had by all!
6th March 2018
Another great day at Thornbridge for the Y5's!
5th March 2018
Y5SP have had a fantastic first day at Thornbridge!
28th February 2018
The children (and staff!) had a fabulous snow day today. Great fun was had by all!
26th February 2018
The Lego STEM club went really well today and the children had a great time!
Our collection of Lego has been increased by a fabulous donation from the Lego shop in Meadowhall - thank you!
9th February 2018
Children and staff wore something bright today for a £1 donation which our BizKids will be donating to St Luke's Hospice.
We think everyone looks great in their lovely bright clothes!
7th February 2018
Our Y3/Y4 football team won in their group in the mixed 5-a-side football tournament at Concorde Sports Centre.
They loved it and worked really well together as a team.
Our choir were amazing when they went to perform at the Young Voices concert at the Sheffield Arena.
Some of our Year 3's and Year 5's went to St Chad's to decorate a Christmas tree for their Christmas Tree Festival which will run from 1st December until 4th January. They had a lovely time and we think our tree looks wonderful!
Everyone (pupils and staff) have contributed to a new display that will be installed in the yard. We all made handprints on the boards as part of Anti-Bullying Week and a great time was had by all!
Our Nursery yard has had a fantastic makeover thanks to the hard work of our Nursery staff and our Buildings Supervisor.
Our new outdoor space in the EYFS playground is now finished and the children are loving playing outside!
20th September 2017
We are very excited to announce that our playground project has commenced in the Reception/Nursery playground!
The work is being done thanks to the money we received from the Tesco Bags of Help scheme and National Lottery funding.
25th May 2017
The Year 3's had a fabulous Greek Day today. They even sampled some Greek food! Yummy!
5th May 2017
We would like to thank Mike Tuck from Sheffield Sharks who visited us today during our assembly! He presented our Y5 Basketball team with medals and a signed basketball for winning the half time match they played in April.
23rd April 2017
Well done to our Y5 Basketball team who played (and won!) during half time at the Sheffield Sharks match at EIS Sheffield.
Our BizKids have been overwhelmed by the support they have received whilst raising money for St Luke's. We raised £300 just from the fundraising event after school on 16th February!
The full total raised was £1,362.17 and we would like to thank everyone for their fantastic support.
The BizKids enjoyed presenting the cheque to a panel of business managers and the St Luke's team. At the presentation, they had the chance to tell the panel about what they have done and what they have learnt by taking part in the BizKids project.
28 February 2017
The Year 5's had a fantastic time during their residential trip to Thornbridge. Click the picture on the right to see a gallery of photos.
20th January 2017
Our BizKids squad are raising money for St Lukes and decided that we would have a non-uniform day today and ask pupils and staff to wear something white or pink. We're hoping to raise lots of money!
We are very pleased and excited to announce that we have been shortlisted, along with two other projects in our region, for a public vote in Tesco's Bags of Help initiative!
Tesco has teamed up with Groundwork on its Bags of Help initiative in hundreds of regions across England and Wales. The scheme will see three community groups and projects in each of these regions awarded grants of £12,000, £10,000 and £8,000 - all raised from the 5p bag charge. We are very excited that our school has been chosen as one of the three projects in our region!
Bags of Help offers community groups and projects in each of Tesco's 416 regions across the UK a share of revenue generated from the 5p charge levied on single-use carrier bags. The public will now vote in store from 31st October to 13th November 2016 on who should receive the above awards. In total, there is over £12.5 million up for grabs.
Please vote for us in Tesco stores between 31st October and 13th November to help us win the top prize!
5th October 2016
Our Year 6's were in The Star today! Our school was the first to sign up for The Star's Reading Project 2016 which gives children in Key Stage 2 the chance to learn about Sheffield and improve their literacy skills through the newspapers news pages. Pupils receive their own Reading Passport activity book and a copy of The Star delivered to school once a week for six weeks. The children are then challenged with a series of fun and educational activities in the passport booklet, which will help them develop a wide range of skills as they explore the people, places and events that shape the world around them.