Spofforth Village

Near Harrogate, North Yorkshire

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Primary School Sporting Success

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Many congratulations to all the members of Class Four who recently took part in and won the School Sports Partnership Indoor Athletics Challenge.  The children enjoyed a morning of sporting activity including long jump, hurdles and speed bouncing in the sports hall at Harrogate High School.  They competed against children from other local Primary schools and came out as overall winners.  Well done!!
 

Confirmation Classes

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church.jpgConfirmation classes start in January.  As usual Myra will have two classes, one for children held at Spofforth School on a Thursday and an informal class for adults held at the Rectory at 18:30 for an hour on Sunday evenings. Children's classes start at 3.30pm on January 12th with adult classes starting on 15th January for eight weeks.  If you are interested contact Myra on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 01937 590770.

Last Updated on Friday, 30 December 2011 19:56 Read more...
 

Spofforth Churchyard

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wreath.jpgPlease be aware that Christmas wreaths will be removed after 31st January.  Thank you
Last Updated on Friday, 30 December 2011 20:04
 

Learning from the experts

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The children from Class Threein Spofforth School were visited by two local chiropractors from the Advanced Health Chiropractor Clinic in Harrogate.  They learnt about all different bones and how they work in their bodies and were taught how to care for their bones and bodies through correct diet and exercise.  They learnt about the role of a chiropractor and enjoyed their hands-on work with a life size skeleton!  Many thanks to Elena and Debra for their time. 
 

Carol singing at the Castle

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Spofforth Primary School and St Aiden' High School in Harrogate came together last Friday for a community carol singing event.  This was the first of its kind which took place in the Castle Ruins.  Members of the St Aiden's Brass Band accompanied children from Spofforth School as well as parents and members of the local community as they sang a range of Christmas Carols in the ruins. Headteacher Paul Griffiths said "It was incredibly atmospheric singing in the Castle ruins.  We are so lucky having a resource like the Castle on our door step"
Last Updated on Friday, 16 December 2011 18:58