Proposal to increase primary school places within the Alwoodley area
Leeds City Council is consulting on a proposal to expand Allerton Church of England Primary School from a capacity of 420 to 630 pupils by permanently increasing the admission limit in reception from 60 to 90 pupils from September 2018. The consultation period commences on Monday 26 June 2017 and closes on Friday 21 July 2017 at 4pm. During this time we will be having some drop-in sessions at the school for parents, carers and residents to learn more about the proposal and ask any questions they may have. The format of the drop-in sessions is informal, with officers from the Sufficiency and Participation (school place planning), Built Environment and Highways teams in attendance to discuss any queries you may have about the proposals. You may attend any of the drop-in sessions between the start and finish times.
Drop-in session dates and times:
Monday 26 June 5pm-7pm
Monday 3 July 8.30am-9.30am
Thursday 13 July 2.45pm-4pm
To find out more about the proposal and how you can have your say, please pick up a copy of the consultation document from the school office, download it from here or visit the following websites from June 2017
Oh! Be careful Aryan, you have to lower your head now!
The children are walking in confidence and as a team!
It seems like Lily found a friend here!
Since we got tired walking, we found a shed and decided to read a story about animals.
Time for fun! Let’s play the ”mystery box”. Logan just had his turn!
Amber has been practising her balance skills
Parisa and Summer put their helmets on and they were very excited to use their ”crocodile legs” around the playground
Nikan wouldn’t leave the bike until he could speed with his ”crocodile legs”
Well done Nikan!
Ruby and Sara went on the first trip with our boat!
The children drew circled windows and then cut the cardboard with the help of our school Caretaker, Mr Sean.
A simple cardboard box turned into our boat. The children were excited to paint the boat with their brushes!
The children painted some waves with their fingers!
We learned that we can use our milk cartons to make boats. Children tried to use their three fingers to hold and cut with a scissors the simple shapes they drew, like triangles and circles