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Our School Community

 

The 'Open the Book' team in action in a school assembly

 

Huby is an active village with a large number of clubs and organisations for the children to enjoy. The school holds strong connections with the local community and we have close links with our parish church, All Hallows in Sutton on the Forest. We make regular visits to the church and the vicar, Rev. C. Ellis, is invited into school regularly, to lead worship. We also have links with Huby Methodist church and enjoy sessions led by Rev. E Cushion and Kim Gabbatiss, the Methodist Children's Worker.

 

We have lots of volunteers from the local community who help in school on a regular basis, and several who have specific skills or hobbies also offer assistance at certain times.  We are always looking for new activities and helpers, so if you are are interested in starting a club or getting involved in school on a regular basis, please contact school as you would be warmly welcomed. 

 

Testing the ambulance equipment!

KS1 children exerience what it's like in an ambulance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have strong links with the local emergency services, and they are regular visitors into school.  Topics covered have included Ambulance service awareness and basic first aid training as part of our fundraising for Children in Need 2012, provided by the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In November 2012 our Year 6 pupils attended 'Crucial Crew' workshops at RAF Leeming where they learned
about how best to respond in emergency situations.

Practising calling emergency servicesPractising calling emergency services

Identifying sources of danger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycle Awareness Training 

Each year, during the Summer Term our Year 5 pupils complete 'Bikeability' Training with North Yorkshire Road Safety Officers, ready to start Year 6 as fully confident cyclists. 

Ready, set, go!Ready, set, go!Lined up and ready to go!