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Events 2018

Snow 2019

Nativity 2018

Christmas at Goathland Primary School

Leisure Centre Party

One of our Base 2 pupils won the Whitby Leisure Centre's drawing competiton. One of his many prizes was a Christmas Party for his school at Whitby Leisure Centre. Well done! We all had a great time.


Peat Rigg

Base 2 enjoyed a chilly November day at Peat Rigg, Cropton, Pickering on the 6th November 2018. They milked a 'cow', made butter, planted garlic, made wormeries and made friends with some of the locals!

Peat Rigg, Cropton, PickeringPeat Rigg, Cropton, Pickering


We raised £23.55 by wearing our jeans to school for Jeans for Genes day on the 21st September 2018

Goathland Primary School remember those that gave their lives during WW1

Last year the children planted 12 Oak trees in the village to remember the 12 soldiers from Goathland who lost their lives during WW1. Each oak tree now has a metal Fallen Soldier Silhouette Standing guard. The children have placed a poppy on each of the memorials along with the soldiers details as a mark of respect. 


 Cross Country



Goathland Wins 


Well done to everyone who took part in the Inter Schools Cross Country Competition.





Ryedale Folk Museum Visit


The children had a lovely day and experienced life as a Victorian child.



Centenary Tree Planting

Our children planted oak trees as a lasting tribute to the 12 villagers who lost their lives in World War 1.



Thank you to Mike Bennet for his gift of handmade replica soldier figures which represent the Young Heroes lost from Goathland village in WW1. The children are thrilled to have one each and as a school we intend to complete the centenary walk in the near future to see the full size figures.



An informative and magical book gifted to Goathland School from The North York Moors National Park.

The children enjoyed an assembly given by The North York Moors National Park. They learnt about the different Forna and Flora around us and even got to stroke some stuffed animals. The otter was definitely a favourite! 

Indian Storyteller

Goathland Primary School welcomed Sita, The Indian Storyteller into school. Sita brought in some very old Indian puppets and told ancient stories whilst explaining the Indian Culture to the children. Base 2 also completed their own Story Scrolls which are now proudly displayed within the entrance area.

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Base 2 took part in the Primary Schools Cross Country Competition on the 17th October 2018. There were some quite outstanding personal achievements as well as the Yr 3/4 Girls winning the Team Competition and Yr 5/6 Boys winning their Team Competition. Well Done! 

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Base 2's Trip To Ryedale Folk Museum

Base 2 spent the day at Ryedale Folk Museum as a final part of their themed learning this term. The children experienced chores poor children would do in their homes and in a wash house. They spent a short period in a Victorian classroom (with a very strict teacher!) chanting tables, writing on slates and using quill pens and ink. They then relaxed and had fun playing with Victorian toys and exploring the rest of the museum.



Thanks to everyone for supporting Goathland’s Sport’s Day. Despite it being rather  windy, the children participated whole-heartedly in all events and showed great team spirit and excellent sportsmanship!

A special well done to this year’s winning team- The Blues,

AKA – Sapphire’s Sparks!

Road Safety

Decorated Egg Competition 

Congratulations to everyone for your efforts in the decorated egg competition, it was eggstremely hard to judge.  The winners are:

Base 1 – Milly Watson for her Dragon.

Base 2 – Ben Nicholson for Eggmobile.

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Centenary Tree Planting

Our children planted oak trees as a lasting tribute to the 12 villagers who lost their lives in World War 1.

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