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The Archbishop of York visits Ayresome.

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Ayresome Primary School was delighted to welcome his Grace, the Archbishop of York to school today.

The children of the senior band, performed a selection of Christmas Carols and talked about their experiences and aspirations in music.

The Archbishop observed a LEGO Academy lesson with a class of Year 5 children and was informed about the learning opportunities the school has developed in LEGO and recent successes in regional competitions.

Headteacher, Lisa Biggin commented: "The Archbishop's visit to Ayresome was a most positive and enlightening experience. We discussed the schools values, challenges and ambitions for the future. His wisdom and consideration of the concept of 'generosity' was realised in his support and enthusiasm for our school."

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Anti bullying week begins

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The school community is shocked to learn about the events in Paris this weekend. As we begin our anti bullying week in school we respect all members of our community and pray for tolerance, freedom, democracy, dignity and respect for the world. 

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Headteacher's Welcome

  

On behalf of everybody in our school community, can I welcome you to Ayresome Primary School and Community Enterprise Centre. I hope that you will find the pages on our website useful in discovering more about our school.

Our inclusive vision for the school is one which enables all of our community to achieve, enjoy and know success. The school promotes six key values of respect, trust, tolerance, ambition, determination and excellence. These values enable our mission statement ‘Its awesome at Ayresome’.

We warmly welcome visitors and prospective parents to share in our positive and inclusive ethos where excellence in all that we do is our primary aim.

Ms Lisa F Biggin,  Headteacher​

 

Latest School calendar Events

ESOL09Feb2016

9:00 am - 10:30 am @ ACE

School Ambassadors visiting Sacred Heart Primary with Mrs Smedley09Feb2016

9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Y5 Bikeabiity09Feb2016

1:15 pm - 3:15 pm

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Curriculum

 

Our Cornerstones Curriculum topics for Spring Term 1

 

Early Years: Why don't Snakes have legs?

Year 1: Superheroes

Year 2: Muck, Mess and Mixtures

Year 3: Gods and Mortals

Year 4: Blue Abyss

Year 5: Star Gazer

Year 6: Frozen Kingdom

 

   

Every week we celebrate pupil achievement. Nominated pupils in each class receive a Weekly Wonderful Work certificate from the Headteacher. Check out our latest winners.

Sporting Achievements

Basketball Finals

The Y5 and 6 basketball team took part in a basketball competition against 14 other schools from across Middlesbrough.

The team placed 3rd overall, securing them a place in the Tees Valley finals!

School Sports

Athletics Competition and Rugby Tournament

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The Y5 and 6s participated in the Middlesbrough Indoor athletics competition at Eston Sports Centre where they competed against other schools and came 11th overall.
 
Children from Y3/4 and Y5/6 competed in a tag rugby tournament against other Middlesbrough Schools at Middlesbrough College. The Y3/4 team won the fair play award. Y5/6 got through to the plate competition.
 
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Well done Year 3!

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The Y3 Football Team played Whinney Banks under 8’s who are an accomplished team in the Teesside Junior Football Alliance. We won the second game 5:1 but were beaten in the final game. Well done Y3! All sports clubs start next week and children will be taking part in trials for a place on the teams.

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