Cullingworth Village Primary School

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Children in Need

Pupils and staff enjoyed our pyjama and spots themed non-uniform day to support Children in Need.

We raised a fantastic £210 for this very worthy cause!


Thank you to everyone who attended our Harvest assemblies and made donations to Bingley Food Bank, our pupils and staff did an amazing job organising their assemblies!

Pumpkin Competition

We were welcomed back to school after half-term to a pathway of pumpkins for our competition, all carved by our amazing pupils!

Our house captains selected a winner for each year group who all received a certificate and a Halloween balloon - Well Done!

Lockerbie Residential

Our Year 5 & 6 pupils had an exciting visit to Lockerbie for their residential visit, not only did they get to visit another country; but they had the opportunity to stay overnight with their friends in camping pods and take part in exciting activities!

They did 9 activities in total including zip wire, blind trail, archery, low ropes, climbing and abseiling but the water activities and muddy obstacle course were the clear favourites!

We were truly impressed with the children's attitudes towards trying new experiences and supporting one another to overcome their fears. 

Year 3 & 4 Stone Age Day

Year 3 & 4 had the opportunity to spend the day in the Forest School area with our amazing practitioner, Lizzie Lee, as part of their stone age work. 

Despite the cold, wet and mud - they had a fantastic time!

James Ketchell Visit

We had an exciting visit from adventurer, James Ketchell, who spoke about his vast experience of expeditions, linking to our values of aspiration, resilience and excellence.  

The children were super enthusiastic and asked James some brilliant questions and enjoyed exploring his equipment and tent!

Time Capsule

We were super excited to receive our time capsule from BDAT as part of their 10th year celebrations. Our House Captains thought about what we could include in the time capsules, incorporating newsletters, examples of pupil work and our ICARE values. 

Our House Captains helped us bury our new time capusle with the one buried in 2004, when we moved to the new school site.