Children’s Service Questionnaire.

Hull City Council is interested in hearing your opinion about any children’s centre services that you have used. They want to know what you think about the centre, services you have accessed and the impact that attending has had on you and your family.

This survey is a requirement of Hull City Council. The information will be used to measure the benefits of the service and what families get out of attending a children’s centre. The results of the survey will also be fed back to your children’s centre.

The survey should only take a few minutes to complete and all your answers will be kept anonymous. You can complete the survey online using this link:

Chidren’s Centre Survey (external link)

Or, if you prefer, you can download and print a paper copy here.


Remembrance Day Collaborative Arts Project

This week, pupils from Ganton and Tweendykes joined with pupils from Frederick Holmes School to take part in a shared arts and crafts project. We made various poppies and grass with paint and textured materials in preparation for our Remembrance Day Art Exhibition on November 9th.

Pupils spent time together in play, eating, meeting and greeting one another. It was a sunny day and enjoyed by everyone. We plan to meet up again in the Summer Term.





Hi all!

This half term our Jigsaw theme is ‘Being Me in My World’. Students across the school will be thinking about the following areas:

  • becoming a class team
  • our responsibilities as a school citizen
  • our hopes and fears for the year
  • rewards and rules

By the end of the half term each class will have created their own learning charter which will be displayed around school.

We hope to share some photos and the learning charters with you so keep an eye out on our twitter page!

I’m sure all students will enjoy this topic and the activities that have been planned for them to participate in.

Sarah Horton