Events and Activities

Clubs: Spring 1:

After school clubs run from 3.15 to 4.15 p.m.

  Monday:   Adventure Club Yrs 3/4,   Knitting Club Yr5,     STEM Club  Yr6                                                                               

Tuesday:  Cycling Club Yr5,  Mathematics Club KS2 , Football Club Yr2                                                                                                                 

Thursday:   Girls' Football Club Club Yrs 5/6,   Baking Club  Yr 1

 Friday:  Football Yr 4     

Breakfast Club:  Monday to Friday from 8.00 - 8.30 a.m. 


National Storytelling week:      

We are passionate about developing our children’s oracy and reading skills so we are excited to be taking part in National Storytelling week – a week dedicated to oral storytelling. National Storytelling week runs from 29th January to 2nd February and we will be celebrating this week in many different and exciting ways across school.

As part of our celebrations children and parents have been busy making storytelling boxes which they have used to help them to tell a story to their classes.



After school Baking Club:  "Cheesy Feet!":


STEM Club - January 2018:




Christmas Nativities:















Celebrating 25 years at Keighley St. Andrew's CE Primary School's new building:


Head Boy, Khaqan Javed and Head Girl, Aliya Ibrar laying a wreath of poppies at Keighley Cenotaph during the Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service


October:  Homework display:

Whole school MacMillan Coffee Morning: October 2017.

After school Knitting Club:


Baking Club - Every Monday after school:

Harvest Festival on the 28th September 2017:



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Thank you everyone for helping to make our Summer Fair a big success!  We raised just over £1300 for our School Funds!


Pray for Peace

We welcome any contributions from parents to our prayer wall in the hall.  School has been overwhelmed by the love and compassion shown by the children to all those who have been affected by recent tragic events in Manchester, Finsbury Park and Grenfell Tower

Children, parents, staff and governors at Keighley St. Andrew's CE Primary and Nursery School have paid tribute to the victims of Manchester by writing  prayers and messages of love, compassion and hope. Children, staff and  parents prayed together and observed a minute's silence, led by parent governor, Amjid Ahmed.  A group of children also visited Keighley Shared Church to read out prayers and messages of hope at a service for shoppers.