Please select the link below to read a copy of the latest newsletter. This has also been distributed by email if you have sent in your email details.
International Week Curriculum Information
Please click on the links to see the plans of what your child's class has in store for International week:
This is an exciting opportunity to develop a wide range of skills as part of our busy and fun school admin team. We are a small Primary school with around 200 children on roll and around 30 staff. We are looking for an enthusiastic, committed apprentice to support the business function of our school, as well as to provide front of house service.
Working closely with the School Office Manager and Admin Assistant, you will learn about the Admin, HR, Finance, Health and Safety, and Premises Management of the school.
*Please note the deadline for applications has been extended to 4th November*
Sherburn High School Exam Results
Our School Song
Please select the link below which will take you to the video of our unique version of the song 'Turn on the Lights'. The song was composed and performed by Class 5 and 6 working with Danny from Class Dynamix. Many thanks to the Parish Council for funding and organising this.
Life After Levels Meeting
Please select the link below to view the Powerpoint shared at the parent's meetings on Monday 23rd November regarding the new curriculum and how we are going to assess your child.
School & FOSMS Events
All dates are shown on the attachment above - this will be updated throughout the year and any updates will be communicated through the newsletter.
*Class photos are now on the 17th March (not February)
*Helpers required for Bonfire night at the following slots please:
9am Saturday 12th November (set up)
5pm – until the end of the event Saturday 12th November
8am Sunday 13th November (clean up)
8am (TBC) Saturday 19th November (clean up)
Please let the office know which slot you can help with
For those of you who are not familiar with the event we ask that all children please donate something and then everyone gets the opportunity to buy something else for £1 from the ‘shop’ of donated items. The children will visit the shop class by class and the FOSMS team will gift wrap the item for the child to take away to use as a Christmas gift. Please start to bring in your items now.