Mill Field enjoyed a breakdancing assembly
that was organised by a very limber Mr Leader
who will be leaving Mill Field this summer. Pupils
at Mill Field’s Breakdance Club performed
with other dancers that will be providing
Breakdancing Club as of September.
Year 2 enjoyed creating lighthouses that
were inspired by a famous book about a
lighthouse keeper whose lunch is repeatedly
eaten by some pesky seagulls. The children focused
on strengthening the structure by experimenting
with joins. They also discussed the importance
of making the model appealing and the lever’s
2017 will vault into the record book
as Mill Field enjoyed a runaway success
Sports Week. The Yellow Team beat their
outstanding competitors in the other three
team. The children also participated in Cancer
Research’s Race for Life to raise money for
a very worthwhile cause. A tremendous week.
Year 2 really enjoy Talk for Writing.
They use pictures and actions to
help them to learn important
structures and language. Here
we made a Lighthouse Lunch recipe.
Then they wrote the instructions. Finally,
they followed them and they made some
sandwiches. Such fun!
Mill Field held a Teddy Bear
Picnic to raise money for St
Gemma’s Hospice. Unfortunately,
there was a rainshower shortly before
the picnic so we held it in the hall.
Check here soon to see how much
money we raised!
Mrs Heggie kindly bought Year 2
pupils ice-creams to reward them
for enduring a week of SATs tests.
Glorious weather for them!
Several hundred pounds
was raised for St Gemma’s
Hospice through contributions
for wearing purple as well
as funds generated by a
Class 4 learned about
hygiene and food
preparation at Pizza
Express in Headingley.
It was educational
Year 2 enjoyed visiting the
beautiful woodland in the
Farnley Hall Estate in
Otley. We learned about
habitats and practised
identifying trees and
Each class in school enjoyed
an informative, fun and traditional
Chinese dance class to help
celebrate Chinese New Year.
February 2017: International diver
James Denny makes waves
at Mill Field.
Thank you to James and Sports For
School for a fun day including an
acrobatics filled assembly.
Thank you to those who donated towards
our Harvest display as we sent it all to charity.
We hope you enjoyed the wonderful assembly
too. The children sang beautifully!
Class 7 (formerly known as Class 4)
received a letter from Buckingham Palace
that arrived in the holidays. It was in response to
the letters that the pupils wrote to congratulate The Queen
on her birthday. It was the perfect opportunity to
showcase their spelling, punctuation and grammar