Hall Cliffe Primary School meets the needs of pupils aged 5-13 years old. A family orientated learning environment provides a safe space for pupils to develop a range of skills that create a strong foundation for adulthood.
We are delighted to share with you the latest news of success, achievement and developments from our school. The good news never stops.
Hall Cliffe School recently welcomed members of the Horbury Civic Society as they took part in a local history trail. The focus of the school was its impressive chapel and to impart his knowledge ahead of the event, Head Teacher Peter Marshall and members of the team brushed up on the history of the famous…Read More
Hall Cliffe School’s Vocational Centre took part in the ‘world’s biggest coffee morning’ to raise money and awareness for Macmillan Cancer Support. Pupils worked together to bake an assortment of sweet treats and for parents and carers, who they invited to join them. The collective effort raised £100. Well done everyone!Read More
Azurite Class from Hall Cliffe School recently took inspiration from their reading books to help their local community. The pupils read The Rainbow Fish, an award-winning book about a beautiful fish who finds friendship and happiness when he learns to share, and another entitled Paying it Forward, a story about a twelve-year-old boy who does something good for three…Read More
This week, Hall Cliffe School officially unveiled their Vocational Centre to parents, carers and colleagues. The event was the perfect opportunity to show what the centre has to offer, the impact it is already making and some of the excellent work that pupils are producing. The purpose built learning centre includes a fully equipped hair…Read More
Pupils and staff from Hall Cliffe School’s Vocational Centre recently took part in a range of activities to raise money and awareness for Comic Relief. The budding philanthropists took part in a 6 mile sponsored walk, basketball shooting, guessed how many sweets in a jar and perhaps the most hair raising activity, leg waxing – ouch!…Read More
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Pupils and staff from Hall Cliffe School were delighted to welcome Chris, a representative from the national charity Help the Heroes, to present a cheque during a recent assembly. Throughout the Autumn term pupils and staff have been working to raise money by taking part in a range of activities. The school were delighted to present a…Read More
Pupils and staff from Hall Cliffe School enjoyed taking part in a flurry of fun activities that involved working together, developing skills and, of course, a whole lot of fun. Firstly pupils Tilly, George, Thomas and Oliver enjoyed a visit to Wigfield Farm, a working farm that welcomes visitors to their open farm and visitor centre. The…Read More
The creative pupils of Hall Cliffe School have been enjoying trying out new skills. Firstly, the pupils took part in a two day stone carving workshop with Anthony Lysycia, a professional stone carver from London. The budding designers learnt about limestone and the tools needed to carve. After demonstrations and asking questions with great intrigue,…Read More
Pupils at Hall Cliffe School recently took part in a Harvest Festival as part of their concerted efforts to help people in their local community. Each class across the school decorated and filled their baskets ahead of a school assembly where they presented their creations. The teams voted for the best hamper and the winning…Read More