Red nose day
Well done everyone for raising £534.33 by buying noses and wearing spots & stripes for the Red Nose Appeal!
World book day at KMPS
We have had fantastic fun today dressing up for World Book Day. The children enjoyed lots of reading activities including 'extreme reading' in Year 6! Take a look at some of our photographs attached.
Please note that school re-opens to pupils on Thursday 3rd September 2015. This is in line with Roundhay High School but different to the Leeds City Council school calendar.
Road safety at Kerr Mackie Primary School
A group of our Year 5 children are outside this afternon with our local PCSO's talking to parents about road safety and dangerous parking. They will be giving out tickets they have designed in class and speaking to parents about the dangers of parking on the zig zags and pavements.
At the start of the year we asked children to really think about what rights they feel they should have whilst as school, and also what their responsibilities are. We are very proud of the ideas they came up with. We have put them together to create a ‘Children’s Charter’ (see below).
Kerr Mackie Children’s Charter
We have the right to be respected, and the responsibility to listen to and care for those around us to make sure we are showing respect to them
We have the right to learn to our full potential, and the responsibility to behave in way that means we are not disturbing the learning of others
We have the right to equipment that will help us with our learning, and the responsibility to treat all equipment with respect and not damage it for others
We have the right to be healthy, and the responsibility to make smart choices with our food and drink, and join in with as much physical activity as we can
We have the right to be treated equally, and the responsibility to treat everyone else the same as ourselves