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Leven's Year 5/6 hockey team travelled to take part in Bridlington Hockey Club's annual hockey tournament for schools on Sunday the 18th July. The team made up of Captain Joe, Marysia, Elliot, James, Leo, Findlay and James, returned to defend the trophy, which they won last year in a mixed team with Skirlaugh Primary. They played some fantastic hockey and made several coaches from other clubs stand up and take notice of them!

Leven first played Hornsea A in a 1-1 draw, followed by a 6-0 win over Hornsea B. Leven were then held to a 0-0 draw by last year's finalists, Martongate Primary, meaning that they needed a win in the final game against Bay Primary to retain the trophy. After a cautious 5 minutes, Leven found their scoring flair again, eventually winning 7-0! Over the course of the day everyone got well involved in all the games (nearly everyone scored at least one goal) and had a really good day out, topped off with a medal and some silverware to help them to remember their day!

Thank you to Russ & Bridlington Hockey Club for organising a great day, and a big thank you to all the parents who supported the team and transported them to and from the event,
Well done to all the children for playing some fantastic hockey, I was thoroughly proud of the way the team went about their games and how they represented the school. Well done! I hope you continue to enjoy and take part in hockey next year.

Mr Saltonstall.
19th Jul 2010, 08:39   comments (2)


What a wonderful production. I'm looking forward to next year's production.
16th Jul 2010, 11:37   comments (5)


On Monday 12th, Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th July, Key Stage 2 performed their summer production of Greece Goes To Pieces. Every member of years 3,4,5 and 6 (over 100 children!) had a part to play in the production, from lead part to chorus member. Everyone has been working really hard over the last couple of months learning lines, songs and dances. All the pupils really did the school proud and I was particularly impressed by the effort and enthusiasm which all the cast and chorus showed across a very tiring 3 nights! Well done to all of the pupils, you did a fantastic job and you can be really proud of yourselves. EXCELLENT!

Thank you also to all the staff who helped with learning songs & lines, choreography, costumes and scenery. I must also thank all of the parents who supported the event through their attendance and making sure that the children were able to take part as fully as they did.

Thank you and well done everyone!

Mr. Saltonstall

15th Jul 2010, 17:02   comments (3)

Getting to know the locals....

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12th Jul 2010, 19:01   comments (2)

Beach fun!

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12th Jul 2010, 18:54   comments (0)

Oh we do like to be beside the seaside!

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12th Jul 2010, 18:49   comments (3)

Year 2 go beside the seaside!

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Today Year 2 went on their class trip to Bridlington. We started off at the South Shore Lifeboat Station, where Stewart & Allan told us all about the lifeboat and what life is like as part of the crew. Next we walked to the Beside The Seaside museum. Here the children learnt a little about what seaside holidays were like in the past. They had lots of fun exploring the exhibits! After visiting the rock shop the sun came out, and so we spent a great hour playing on the beach. As you can see there was lots of digging going on while some children preferred to get to know the local sea life. We had a great day thanks to the superb behaviour of all the children! Huge thanks go the lifeboat crew as they gave us their time for free, and also to our helpers for giving up their day to accompany us.
12th Jul 2010, 18:43   comments (0)

more exhibit fun...

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7th Jul 2010, 20:07   comments (1)