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The classical guitar group performed Frere Jacques.
14th Jul 2009, 12:55   comments (0)


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Some of the children from Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage performed "I can sing a rainbow." They sang the colours in French.
14th Jul 2009, 12:49   comments (1)

Race For Life!

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This morning, Mrs Pearson and I completed the Bridlington course. Mrs
Pearson was amazing and ran every step of the way. I almost did! We did
it in about 30 minutes. Mrs Pearson looked great after the run whilst I was
a very unattractive shade of purple! Mrs Pearson did the race as
preparation for the Great North Run in September, so I wish her LOTS of luck
for that Also running the race was Mrs Thompson (Jamie's mum) and Mrs
Newby - looking very good in her fancy dress! I think Miss Scott was
somewhere in the crowd too! If anyone would like to donate any money to us
in aid of cancer research it's not too late and every little penny counts.
12th Jul 2009, 12:48   comments (6)


Sculpture carvings depict village life

BUILT TO LAST ... Leven parish councillors John William Harrison and Diane Hobson, parish council chairman Pat Ablett and village school pupils Sophie Reyhouse (10), Daynor Arnott (11) and Joshua Blake (11) admiring the new sculpture PS0928-13

Published Date: 10 July 2009
By Staff Copy
THE village of Leven has a new 'heart' thanks to a local sculptor and a real community effort.
A wooden sculpture has been erected in the centre of the village, depicting various aspects of village life.

The sculpture was carved from a rare turkey oak tree in the churchyard, which had to be felled and was donated to the village.

Leven Parish Council and the village Millennium Committee joined forces to commission a sculptor to carve the tree and erect it on a site in South Street, opposite the village school.

Parish council chairman Pat Ablett said the project had been a ‘real village effort’ and will last for many years to come.

She said the carvings include symbols reflecting life in the village. “It is causing a lot of interest.

A lot of people have said how lovely it is to have something in the centre of the village, because we have not got a village centre, and this is a really spectacular piece for the future,” she said.

The carvings were done by sculptor Jacky Ward Lomax, of Hull, who has also worked on similar carvings in The Avenues area of the city.

The sculpture in Leven contains symbols such as fish, an anchor, owls, swans and sheaves of corn, reflecting village life.

Story from Beverley Guardian 10/7/09
11th Jul 2009, 10:01   comments (0)

A Seaside Poem

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We have just started our new topic about seaside holidays. Ellie, Hannah,
Jasmine & Jessica made up this seaside poem and dance in their own time.
9th Jul 2009, 19:15   comments (2)


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We had our second top table today. Well done to all the children that were chosen to sit on it today and thank you to Rev'd Dixon and Heather Raw for joining us for lunch.
9th Jul 2009, 12:41   comments (1)


Well we've made it to the end. The children have worked incredibly hard and produced a lovely show. I would also like to thank all of the adults who have helped in giving the children the opportunity to take part in this production.

Thank you to
Heather Raw, Neal Edlin, Ingrid Perry, Jo McMahon, Camilla Williamson and all of the other adults who have helped on the three nights.

Our thanks also go to Ian Lemon at Springfield Solutions Ltd Hull for providing copies of the DVD for all of the cast.
9th Jul 2009, 09:46   comments (6)


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