Outdoor Learning:

Gazegill Organic Farm:

Autumn art with leaves:

Pond Dipping!:

Our potatoes are growing well!:

Growing for the Summer Fair plant stall:

 On Ilkley Moor with Year 4


Year 4 heard about the history and modern day use of the 5 Rise Locks at Bingley:



 Year 4 outdoor learning - Art from natural materials:




The vegetables are growing well:


Year 4 exploring Tinker Bridge:

 We have two new raised beds. They have been planted with soft fruit bushes (Red and Blackcurrants and Gooseberries)



We have achieved the GOLD Green Tree Award from the Woodland Trust!


The Woodland Trust reward schools for completing environmental projects and encouraging outdoor learning. Their award is a fantastic way to enhance the school's green credentials while inspiring pupils about woods and trees.


There are a variety of hands-on, educational activities pupils can do. They are designed to encourage  pupils to explore the natural world around them and use their imaginations. They include:

  • planting trees
  • visiting your local wood
  • using words and images to share your woodland experience
  • exploring different viewpoints through photography
  • becoming a Woodland Ambassador

Our beautiful local woods are: Higher and Lower Holmes House Woods

The woodlands are situated on the bottom of an attractive,steep-sided valley. A large stream forms the northern boundary to both Higher and Lower Holme House Woods. Just to the north of the wood is a Wood Mill dating back to the early 19th century.
Holme House Woods are recorded as Ancient Woodland by English Nature.