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This year, Sheffield Children's University are proud to be hosting the very first CU Festival of Fun which features a range of FREE activities right across the city delivered in the run up to and at the start of the summer holidays!

There are over 50 activities planned for the summer festival including woodland fun, chicken keeping, circus skills, rock climbing, martial arts, sports, science, dance, drama, gaming and exploring the history of your local area. They are for children aged 4/5 years upwards, and some are aimed at families taking part together.

The activities will be FREE to Sheffield children who have a CU Passport to Learning. Not got yours yet? Don’t panic – you can buy one from Sheffield libraries for just £2 each.

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Brunswick Marathon Club - every Tuesday - 3.30-4.00pm


Thursday 16th July @ 2pm - KS2 Sports Assembly

Thursday 16th July - 4.30-6.30pm - Y6 Leavers Ball




Our school has been working with the Voyce Project who, alongside Sheffield Young Carers, support Y5-Y6 pupils who have extra responsibilities helping family members who have long term health issues.  For more information on the support and help available to young carers please speak to Julie Dennison or contact:

Voyce Project -

Sheffield Young Carers Project - 0114 2584595 -


Have a listen to our school song titled, 'All Together'!

Our competition winners recorded this in December 2013.




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We are pleased and proud to be working with the Sheffield Music Hub!

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