KS1 Multi Skills Festival

On Wednesday morning Western & Rossett Acre schools came together to compete in a KS1 Multi skills Festival at Rossett High School.

The morning was fantastic with all the children representing their schools positively. The behaviour was top class, all children respecting each other, adults and the young leaders.

Both schools competed at five different stations:

  • Cross the River
  • Blowing out the Candles
  • Beanbag Throw
  • Frying pan & egg
  • Speed Bounce

The morning was finished off with some competitive races and all children encouraging and supporting each other.

Dance Festival

On Friday, five schools will be attending a Dance Festival at Great Ouseburn Village Hall.

  • Kirkhammerton
  • Staveley
  • Boroughbridge
  • Great Ouseburn
  • Nun Monkton

Children will be performing a dance in their classes and competing against other schools.

They will be judged on their:

  • unison
  • formation
  • musicality
  • style
  • personality

Come back next week to find out how it went!


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Improving social skills through sport


Sporting Influence Activity Camps are a fun and safe environment for your children to learn and develop social skills during the school holidays. Our Camps are always inclusive and we love having a wide range of children from different backgrounds and children who enjoy a range of sports and activities.

Sporting Influence After School Clubs are a fun and exciting hour of games, sports and activities to engage children in disguised learning and exercise. Playing a wide range of games and sports (club dependant) the children will work on specific skills all underpinned by our five social skills.