The summer term is well under way now and we’ve even been blessed with sunny weather most of the time. Here’s a round-up of some of our recent events and activities…
The concert by Robin Ireland, Thomas McMahon and Janine
Welcome back to the Summer Term! We hope you had a lovely Easter and are looking forward to all the fun events this term.
We’re starting off in fine style with a concert for Violin, Viola, Cello and Piano at
The sun was out at lunch-break and it felt one of those days when all seems right with the world. Walking around the school, everyone was outside enjoying themselves and there was a lovely atmosphere with smiling children everywhere. It’s
It’s been another busy few weeks at Elmfield.
Classes 3, 4 and 5 were treated to a book reading as part of the celebrations for World Book Day. Katie Smith came in to share extracts from her book ‘The Pumpkin
In February, Ofsted inspectors visited Elmfield for three days to inspect our Boarding provision. They have now published their report and we are pleased to announce that the school has been rated as Good. The report is now available on
Class 11 Play this Thursday 16th and Friday 17th Feb at 7.30pm. All welcome (although this play is not suitable for children below Class 6).
Class 11 have been rehearsing their play ‘The Accordian Shop’, by Cush Jumbo, over the
Our AGM is on Monday 6th Feb at 7.30pm – 9pm.
It will take place in the Eurythmy Room
Everyone is welcome but only members of the Elmfield Association can vote.
We look forward to seeing you there.
As mentioned in Loose Ends recently, work began this week to dismantle and remove the buildings that were previously the Estates Hut and Goethean Science Room. Due to the increasing popularity of the school and subsequent increase in pupil numbers
And suddenly the holidays are upon us!
It’s been the usual fun end of term at school. For the last two weeks or so we’ve had Advent assemblies involving all the pupils coming together in a spiral in the Eurythmy
This being Elmfield’s 70th anniversary year, the teachers have chosen to offer as their gift the “Mack Play”. This is based upon the York mystery plays, reworked by the school’s founder Eileen Hutchins. A little different from our usual Oberufer