Linthwaite Ardron CE (VA) Junior and Infant School

'Through Christian values we support, help, inspire, nurture and encourage all individuals to SHINE and reach their potential'

Church Ln, Linthwaite, Huddersfield HD7 5TA

01484 845544

office.linthardron@kirkleeseducation.uk

RECENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

WHY IS PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IMPORTANT

Our school vision helps us to shape the personal development of children as individuals, by giving every child as many experiences as possible: to develop a curiosity about all aspects of God's world, develop a lifelong love of learning  and have the desire to support and encourage each other in all that they do. 

 If you have any suggestions or views, please share them at head.linthardron@kirkleeseducation.uk. We would love to hear from you.

USEFUL DOCUMENTS

Please click on the links below for further information and documentation

 

Personal Development Plan 2021 2022

 

 

Oakwell Hall

Year 5 took part in a Tudor themed day at Oakwell Hall.

 

Year 5 and 6 visit to York, March 2022 

History was the focus on their day, as Years Five and Six visited The National Railway Museum and Jorvik Viking Centre as part of their studies of the Vikings and Industrial Revolution.

World Book Day 2022

Pupils enjoyed working out who was 'The Masked Reader'

Art club

Dance and Drama  Club

Rounder's Club

Y3 Outdoor learning, autumn 2021

Scarecrow Trail

Each class made a film-themed scarecrow to 'hide' around Linthwaite and discover, as a fun holiday activity for our families. Can you guess which film Y5 chose?

MP Jason McCartney

Local MP Jason McCartney visited school, after pupils wrote to invite him to plant a tree as part of Queen's Green Canopy initiative to celebrate the Jubilee. Our school council quizzed him on issues and he helped plant one of fifteen trees school donated by the charity The Woodland Trust

Golden Time

Golden time takes place weekly as a reward for our 'Pupil of the Week' and Dojo 3 winners from each class. They get a choice of board games, Lego, art and craft activities or laptops and is a great way to celebrate making good choices, having a positive attitude to learning and generally being superstars.  

Red Nose Day, March 2022

In aid of the Ukraine crisis, school had a day of creative and contemplative activities to raise money to support aid relief. Each class planned and created a game that ran in the hall in the afternoon, with each class getting a slot to go and try out the different stalls and challenges. Have a look at some of the fabulous games they could try out.

World Book Day, March 2022

An exciting 'Masked Reader' game, parades and book-related activities promoted reading for pleasure across school.

Pupils from EY to Y6 participated in a dance festival at Lawrence Batley Theatre,  March 2022

Y4 pupils participated as part of their curriculum and pupils also participated through an extra curriculum dance club. Well done everyone! 

 STEM Engineering club Spring 2022

Pupils built a lighthouse

Visitors to school regularly enhance learning experiences for pupils

Craft Club

Evolution through art

'The Masked Reader'

As part of Linthwaite Ardron's World Book Day celebrations, the children all had great fun playing 'The Masked Reader' game: trying to guess which mystery member of staff was hidden behind the disguise and from which famous children's book they were reading. Can you guess who is reading in the clip below and which book it might be?

Huddersfield Town Hall

World Book Day Quiz, March 2022

Year Six entered two teams and competed at Huddersfield Town Hall in the quiz, where they faced questions based on a list of 20 set books they have been reading last term.

 

Kirklees Book Quiz Entrants March 2021

Harvest delivery Oct 2021

A large donation was delivered to Linthwaite's local food bank

Explorers Club where children listen to stories, tell stories and find out about God's wonderful world. 

Outdoor learning Y6