Molescroft School Christmas Fayre Pulls in the Crowds

December 5, 2010

Molescroft Primary School despite the snow held a very successful Christmas Fayre. The main attraction was of course Father Christmas though there were plenty of games and stalls for people to browse. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full sizes HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full sizes

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Beverley Remembers: Armistice Day 2010

November 11, 2010

This morning pupils from Molescroft Primary School and Keldmarsh Primary School held a special Armistice Day assembly in Hengate Gardens. At 11am the teachers, pupils and veterans stood in silence for two minutes as a mark of respect those who have died while serving their country. After the assembly the Mayor of Beverley, Bessie Foot came to Hengate Gardens to meet with members of The Royal British Legion that included…

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Trojan Horse Exhibition Wheels into Molescroft

October 6, 2010

3000 years ago, Greece waged war against the city of Troy.  Although the Greeks gathered a huge army at Troy they could not conquer the city.  After ten years Ulysses, King of the Greek island of Ithaca had an idea.  He built a large wooden horse and left it at the gates of Troy.  The Greek ships sailed away.  Believing it was a gift, signaling the end of the war,…

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Keldmarsh Primary School ‘My Life in a Box’

October 6, 2010

Keldmarsh & Molescroft Primary Schools in Beverley are continuing their collaborative work as part of a project called sharing resources for innovation and cohesion (ShRINC). The team of European partners are working together on projects including ‘My Life in a Box’, ‘My Town in a Box’ and a Virtual World ‘Lemerley’, to explore each other’s cultures and the historic links between Germany and England since the Middle Ages. As well…

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Town Trail: Celebrate’s those Who Made Beverley

July 12, 2010

A desire for relevance has been a huge driving force behind the Beverley Town Trail. The launch of the Beverley Medieval Guilds & Crafts Town Trail, in Wednesday Market, proved a great success yesterday. Hundreds of people of all ages enjoyed a superb afternoon as schoolchildren delivered a series of performances that demonstrated Beverley’s rich history. The main stage, surely the forerunner to other events in Wednesday Market, was a…

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Armistice Day in Beverley

November 11, 2009

Beverley town centre came to stand still today at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, veterans, and children from Beverley’s schools, the Mayor of Beverley and other town officials stood in silence for 2 minutes. In the Memorial Gardens, Hengate, Beverley Mr Longcaster of Molescroft Primary School held a special assembly for the children from his school and from Keldmash Primary School Primary School, Beverley. The youngsters…

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Pupils From Twinned Town Visit Beverley

November 5, 2009

Two primary schools in Beverley are due to receive a visit today from a German school based in Beverley’s twinned town of Lemgo in Germany. The visit has been arranged as part of a project called sharing resources for innovation and cohesion (SHRINC) and pupils and teachers from the Suedschule in Lemgo and representatives from the Stadtisches Museum Lemgo will visit Keldmarsh and Molescroft Primary Schools for a two day…

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