We all dedicated the month of October to Black History. We learnt about Black History during our English lessons and also produced some fantastic Art Work too.
Due to Covid-19 we were unable to have our usual coffee morning. However we still raised awareness and money for the Macmillan charity by having a cake away at school. We baked and decorated baked goods to take home and enjoy instead.
We dressed up as our favourite characters this year for World Book Day.
A huge thank you to our parents who attended our Reading Cafe. We had a lovely morning exploring books and reading activities with the aim of developing a love for reading in our children.
Thank you to all the parents who attended our recent Self Harm workshop.
A big thank you to all the parents who attended our recent coffee morning and Domestic Violence workshop.
A huge well done to our Sport’s Leaders who attended the Young Leader’s Sport Competition! They all did a brilliant job.
This year’s Nativity was a huge hit! Well done to all the Children and Staff who were involved and a big thank you to those who attended to watch their little superstars!
Carlton kicks off New Year with Yr 3 attending Multi-Skills and Balance Bike training. Thank you to the Yr 5 young leaders helped out too!
Carlton would like to say a big thank you to all the parents who attended. I hope you enjoyed watching how your child learns in our amazing school.
Children enjoyed learning new nursery rhymes and there actions this week, in conjunction with the national festivity.
Music is at the heart of Carlton and our whole school assemblies enables to collectively enhance our musical skills.
At Carlton we now have 6 hens that reside with us in their amazing new Hen House. All the children are very excited about our new arrivals and they will be helping to look after and care for them.
Thank you at all the staff, parents and children who contributed to our Coffee Morning. Thanks to your generosity we have raised over £167 pounds for this fantastic charity.
To raise awareness and show children how it would feel like to have a stammer, the Stems played some powerful games in class that give them insight to what it would be like living with a stammer.
“It was annoying, I had to stop talking and I just wanted to talk.” – MS
“I was a bit annoyed, it was rude, I wish she listened.” NM
“I felt sad because you talked over me and I didn’t like it.” RL
Stems agreed that if someone has a stammer they need to show patience when they speak, not to finish their sentences and make sure they are paying attention.
Carlton Junior and Infant School
Upper Road, Dewsbury,
West Yorkshire, WF13 2DQ
Tel: 01924 325265
If you would like any further information please contact school by email, telephone or letter and the office staff (Mrs O'Brian or Mrs Hussain) will be more than happy to help in any way they can.
Headteacher: Ms Mahmood
Chair of Governors: Amir Afzal
SENCO: Miss Hewitt