AAGA Spring Show

132 children from school entered the Addingham Allotments and Gardens Associations Spring Show during the
Easter holidays.
Before the Easter break Reception, Yr1 and Yr2 created spring flower pictures, Yrs 3 and 4 decorated a plant pot and Yrs 5 and 6 designed a bird house.
The show was a lovely morning full of scent from the daffodils, tulips and other plants on show. Addingham Primary School's fabulous entries added even more colour to the show.


Deputy Lord Mayor’s Visit to Addingham

Last week, our School Council were invited to have lunch with the Deputy Lord Mayor when she visited Addingham. We had a wonderful time learning about how the council is organised and were privileged to be able to ask the Deputy Lord Mayor some questions.

Addingham Primary School Council

‘We have recently read that the Lord Mayor's charity appeal in Bradford is the 'Disability Sport and Pleasure' trust which helps to provide opportunities for a wide range of disabled people. As a school council we wondered what we could do to help support this work?’

‘We were interested to find out that you are a Bradford 'Street Angel' volunteer and we would like to ask you what this involves.’

‘What has been the hardest decision you have ever made?’

‘What is the difference between being a councillor and the Deputy Lord Mayor?’

‘What are your aspirations?’

‘Would you like to be the Lord Mayor in the future? Why?’

‘Can you tell us a little bit about your role as a councillor so we can see the similarities between your role and our school council?’

‘Do you have to wear a uniform?’

‘What do you do in your free time?’

‘Is it an enjoyable job? What is the most rewarding aspect of your work?’

‘We would love for you to come and visit our school and attend one of our school council meetings, would this be possible?’

Addingham Civic Society Feedback

‘So glad you could make it on Tuesday lunchtime. The children turned out to be quite a highlight! Their questions were brilliant.

Thanks for the effort you and Mrs Ellis put in to arrange it - much enjoyed by all, and the children behaved impeccably, well done them’