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Centre for Life

We have had a great day in Newcastle at Centre for Life. We explored the night sky, looked at how robots have changed, experienced a 4D motion ride and discovered facts about our brain. All children were a credit to the school. 

Celebration Assembly

 We have had a great afternoon celebrating the hard work and fantastic effort the children have put into their work this year. As well as that, we said a final goodbye to our Year 6 who will be leaving us on Tuesday. 


Mrs Mortimer is thrilled with her present from Crafty Creators. They have made Jeff so she won't get lonely whilst cleaning over the holiday. 

Our beautiful singers performing at a local wedding

Royal Wedding Fever

Today we are all celebrating the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.  Everyone has arrived at school dressed as a royal wedding guest and we will be enjoying a wedding lunch.  Mrs Miller has done us proud and created a banquet that is fit for a King and Queen. The center piece being a royal themed cup cake tower. 

Royal Wedding Lunch

Food Bank Assembly

Today we were visited by Mr Davies - a representative from Whitby Foodbank, who talked about the cost of food and how the donations from our Harvest Festival would benefit a great number of people. 


Proverbs 22:9 The generous will themselves be blessed,for they share their food with the poor.

NSPCC Assembly

We have  welcomed Buddy, Louise & Pam into school to talk to us about how the NSPCC makes a difference to children. On Friday 13th October we are completing a non school uniform day (wearing our brightest clothes), and completing a fun run to help to raise funds. Keep a look out here for photographs. NSPCC UPDATE - WE RAISED A MASSIVE £1045.  This will  help raise awareness of & protect children in need.



 Isaiah 58:10-11 Feed the hungry, and help those in trouble. Then your light will shine out from the darkness, and the darkness around you will be as bright as noon. The LORD will guide you continually, giving you water when you are dry and restoring your strength. You will be like a well-watered garden, like an ever-flowing spring.

Thursday 20th July 2017

Today was our celebration assembly. This was marked by the giving of awards and presenting our year 6 leavers with a special trophy and a bible as they leave us for their respective secondary schools.


Psalm 118:24 

This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.




Awesome Athlete - Crystal Locker& Seth Dunwell

Super Story Writer - Emily Kren & Viviann Cole

Outdoor Learning - Henry Pallet,&Alex Whiteley

Caring & Sharing - Eliza Petherick-Reid & Eli Broadley

Magic Maths - Connor Herman & Jacob Noble

Bookworm - Margot Dickinson & Elliot Gantes



Literacy - Lyla Leighton, Will Noble, Sophie Rowe & Miles Herman

Maths - Daisy Micallef, Tobi Clarkson, Dex Robinson & Dominic Cole

Sporting - Matilda Fusco, Effie Dickinson, Lottie Stainthorpe & Cameron Buckle

Christian Ethos - Elizabeth Ward, Tobi Clarkson, Emy Hindle-Shaw & Zane Dunwell

Most Improved - Lily Turford, Isaac Gantes, Macie Windows &Yavor Kolev

Creativity - Megan Fusco, Theo Jewell, Summer Simpson, &Harry Jones

100% Attendance - Arthur Agar & Harry Jones, 



Literacy - Phoebe Swales, Eva Jones, Martha Herbert, Isabelle Beech, Freya Noble,  Elodie Herman & Eska Beeforth

Maths - Ariella Bedford, Kirby Locker, Lucy Derham, Tyler Simpson, Tilly Robinson, Alex  Simpson, Tamsin Buckle & Lee Miladinovic

Sporting - Rhys Dryden-Noble, Finlay Turford, Alexis Kolev, Molly Dixon, Gabriel  Parkinson, Grace Bletsoe, Sophie Wilkinson & Hamish Taylor

Christian Ethos - Roxy Noble-Storr, Bliss Powell, Sarah Hatchard, Kye Hindle-Shaw, Ben Elcoate, Ellie Atkinson, Amber Jackson & Anna Derham

Most Improved - Lexie McCourt, Honey Chambers, Rocco Coates, William Robinson, Tamara Herman, Bradley Hansell, Brodie Lyall & Evie Carlton

Creativity - Edward Maidment, Kelsey Sellers, Alex Fusco, Finley Stainthorpe, Thomas  Barnes, Kaelin Fox-Freeman, Finley Miller & Zoe Kaz

Science - Junior Chambers, Izzy Bennion, Riley Brown & Isabel Herbert

100% Attendance - Mary Agar, Finley Chambers, Ben Elcoate, Bradley Hansell, Olivia Nightingale, Alex Simpson, Tyler Simpson & Sophie Wilkinson


Wednesday 5th April

In preparation for Easter, we have been very busy designing and making eggs for our popular Easter Egg competition. These will be displayed with kind permission from Everyone Active at Whitby Leisure Centre throughout the Easter holidays. Well done to everyone who brought an egg and congratulations to our winners:

Learners - Viviann

Explorers - Megan & Leonora

Discoverers - Olivia & Finley

Adventurers - Freya & Tamsin

Overall - Eska


“I am the resurrection and the life.  Whoever believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and everyone who lives and believes in me shall never die. Do you believe this?” (John 11:25-26)

Friday 3rd March 2017


Today we celebrated World Book Day in style with a variety of costumes ranging from Harry Potter to unicorns. 



Wednesday 1st February 2017

Today we celebrated Candlemas by having our annual Christingle service. We learned about the presentation of Jesus in the temple and the symbolism of the Christingle. Once again members of our Worship Committee took charge of our service. Well done Anna, Amber & Isabel.


John 8:12 When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”


Christmas Disco

It has been quite a while since we had a school disco but with school staff and FORS members to provide the music, lighting and food, we had a great night.

Tuesday 13th December 2016


Today we have taken delivery of our school minibus which has been funded by donations from FORS (Friends of Ruswarp School) and Wilf Nobles Building Supplies. 

School Minibus

Monday 12th December 2016


Tonight we were very privileged to be asked to sing at the Whitby Town carol service at St. Mary's church.  This was an opportunity for our children to be part of a something much bigger, no matter what our faith and beliefs Christmas is a time we can all celebrate together. It truly was an evening of the church communities working together. Our children were amazing and did us so proud and were commended by others attending for their singing efforts. Thank you to our fantastic parents for turning out at night and to our children for giving up their lunch times to practise. We had a great night and it was lovely to see so many pupils there, I'm sure however there will be some sleepy children tomorrow. Take a look at our photos below.


1 Corinthians 14:12 “So it is with you. Since you are eager to have spiritual gifts, try to excel in gifts that build up the church.”

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 Monday 12th December 2016


Today Paddy from Yorkshire Coast Radio came into school to record us singing a hymn and joining in with other schools to produce a story. You can listen by clicking here.




Carol Singing in the local community


What a wonderful time a small group of KS2 children have had at Oaklands Care Home this morning. I was so very proud of the children. They took their time to talk to all of the residents and sang a selection of traditional Christmas carols that were very well received. The children enjoyed a very delicious cupcake and drink and were given bags of sweets to take home. Thank you Oaklands for inviting us we had a great time.


This afternoon the Explorers have been carol singing at Whitby Court Care Home. Another very proud moment listening to our Explorers singing and talking to the residents at Whitby Court. It was lovely to see so many happy faces and the residents and staff joining in with our carols.  A very big thank you to all the staff and residents the children have had a truly, wonderful time carol singing.


A VERY BIG THANK YOU to Keith at ESK VALLEY COACHES for providing our transport today free of charge. We would not have been able to do this without your help Keith.

Carol singing in the community

Wednesday 30th September 2016

Today was our Christmas Fayre. What a fantastic turn out, we even had a special visit from Father Christmas. In total we raised £700 which will be spent on providing equipment & resources to enhance the education of our pupils. Watch out next week for some exciting news!


Luke 6:3Give, and you will receive. You will be given much. Pressed down, shaken together, and running over, it will spill into your lap. The way you give to others is the way God will give to you.”



Friday 18th November 2016

Today we had a non-uniform today, with a theme of spots.  We also baked and sold buns at the end of the school day. This was to help the charity Children in Need. There were prizes for putting the best effort into making a costume and adopting a positive working attitude within the classroom to our related activities. Well done to everyone for taking part and especially to our winners. We raised a fantastic total of £112.10, beating our total from last year.


Proverbs 19:17 

Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will repay him for his deed. 

Friday 11th November 2016

Throughout the week older children within the school have been selling various poppy related items and Mr Austin talked about Remembrance Day in his assembly this week. Today we observed the two minutes silence and thought about those people who had been killed or injured in the wars.


John 15:13 

Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.




Monday 17th October 2016.

Today we celebrated our Harvest Festival at St. Bartholomew's Church. All of our classes took part and we had a mixture of singing and poems, with an added dash of choreography by Martha, Molly & Eva. All money and food donated will go to the Food Bank in Whitby and allow us as a school to share our good fortune amongst others.


Hebrews 13:5-16 Therefore, let us offer through Jesus a continual sacrifice of praise to God, proclaiming our allegiance to his name. And don't forget to do good and to share with those in need. These are the sacrifices that please God.