Celebrating together is a much loved aspect of
Langold Dyscarr Community School.
We celebrate the pupils' achievements in 'Special Mentions' assembly, recognise those children who show a love of reading in our 'Reading Stars' assembly and share each class' learning in 'Class Assemblies'. We also celebrate a variety of events including Harvest, European Day of Languages and much more! We love to invite parents into school to celebrate with us and share pride in their children's achievements.
Year 5 Assembly
After a very dramatic entrance singing and playing the ukulele, Year 5 treated us to a fantastic and very informative assembly based on their topic, Going Underground. Their topic started with a visit from Mr Tyson and included, amongst other things: a trip to the National Coal Mining Museum, making a time line showing the history of coal mining, drama, designing and making a winding mechanism and some beautiful art work. Year 5’s presentation reminded us of our community’s cultural history. Thank you for a very interesting assembly!
We were very pound to welcome Henna Shah, a European Kumate Champion, who demonstrated some of her skills to our own karate students. She gave us an insight into how determination and hard work paid off in her quest to be the best. We are very fortunate to be one of only two schools, in our area, who offer karate as part of
Well done to all our karate pupils who received their Red Belts and certificates. Perhaps with determination and resilience some of our children will be as successful as Henna and stand amongst champions!
The whole school was treated to a magnificent display from Year 6 who told us all about the topic they have been studying, ‘The History of Flight’. They have had lots of fun researching different aspects of flight through literacy, science, numeracy, DT and lots more. Their trip to the SYAM was a great success and our intrepid pilots were interviewed and videoed next to their planes. Miss Isabelle Price certainly got into character in her interview! To round things off we had a spiffing rendition of:
’Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines!’
We always have fun learning at Langold Dyscarr!
Year 3 treated us to a fantastic assembly all about their topic, The Ancient Greeks. They showed us some beautiful art work, performed Jason and the Golden Fleece, danced to Zorba the Greek, performed their own song accompanied by the ukulele and read out some lovely literacy. WOW!
Our talented Year 4 and 4A Craft Club members have had their Remembrance Poppy art work displayed in the Masonic Hall, Worksop. The special British Legion lunch was held at the Masonic Hall where art and craft work from local schools was displayed. We held our own assembly and two minute silence of remembrance on Monday 11th November.
Move over JK Rowling!
Isabelle Myatt (aged 4 of F2) had the whole school spell-bound with her beautiful, confident reading of her favourite book, ‘The Biggest Kiss’. Not only did she read her book so amazingly well, but she also read a lovely story she had written herself about the beautiful Princess Aurora!
What an AMAZING Reading Star! Will we see some of her books on our library shelves in the future?
Well done, Isabelle and thank you for a magical assembly!
Isabelle, loves reading—she is always reading at home!
Harvest Festival Thank you to all who attended and who were kind enough to send in produce. This will be donated to the Bassetlaw Food Bank next week by some of our PTFA and 4 of our School Councillors.
Thank you to parents who were able to join us to celebrate the first few days of school for our new F2 children. Each child has been presented with a special certificate and we took photos of the children with their F2 teacher. Starting school is a significant event for parents and children—we do hope that your child is settling well and enjoying being part of the Langold Dyscarr family. We’re certainly enjoying having them!
Special OUTSTANDING Assembly 19th July 2013
We have SO many AMAZING and OUTSTANDIING children in our school that we had to hold a special assembly to recognise and celebrate them! Mrs Huthart proudly presented the following awards to our wonderful children:
Outstanding Effort: Deysha Pressley Y3 Maya Gallimore Y1
Outstanding Contribution to School: Alfie Perkins Y3 Luca Martin Y6
Oustanding Achievement: Robert Szuba Y5 Kai Bowskill Y6
Random Acts of Kindness: Bobbie-Jo Sanderson Y1 Ellie Craven Y6 Abbiegail Marr Y3
Amazing 100% attendance: Ruby Easthope Y2 Abbiegail Nash Y3
We also recognised Mr Scott’s valuable contribution for his help with taking us to the successful football final and presented him with the Best Manager Plaque!
The following children received certificates in recognition of their achievements and contributions to the football teams:
Ella Canning, Jack Slater, Megan Moore, Luca Martin, Elle Lister, Thomas Hazlehurst
We are so PROUD of