Tag: Hunslet Carr Primary School

Sandon Mount Allotment & Community Gardens

On the closing day for applications here’s another entry for the St Luke’s CARES Community Awards, submitted by Catherine Bennett for Hunslet Carr Residents Association allotment project. For details of how YOUR community group can enter please click here. The deadline for entries is 5pm today (28 February 2018). Hunslet

Children takeover at Hunslet Carr Primary

Friday 10 November 2017 saw the Head Boy and Head Girl taking assembly and School Council members teaching classes across the school as Hunslet Carr Primary School enjoyed its annual Takeover Day. Members of the School Council plus other Year 6 children took on roles across the school. Abigail and

Greencore staff help out at Hunslet Carr allotment

An old stone sink sunk in the wild flower garden at the Sandon Mount allotment attracted frogs, which amazed the children and inspired the volunteers to create a wildlife pond and garden. The BUET team at Greencore Leeds wanted to get involved, so offered their services to dig out the pond in

Residents are lighting up Hunslet this week

The acclaimed Hunslet Carr Residents Association are this Thursday (1 December 2016) hosting the first-ever Hunslet Christmas Lights switch-on, featuring carols from a local kids choir. The event is taking place on Balm Road, outside the Arthington Court sheltered housing complex, from 5pm – when the nearby Hunslet Carr Primary

‘A lot’ of veg at Hunslet Carr

Hunslet Carr Primary School cut the ribbon on their new allotment last Sunday (25 September 2016) and showed off the vegetables the children have been growing. Photos by Andrew Price and Jeremy Morton The impressive display included kale, courgettes, carrots,pumpkins and beetroot. Martin Lumb, Headteacher commented: “The allotment has made

Pupil power as Hunslet Carr gets new playground

Pupils at Hunslet Carr Primary School were put in charge of the recent upgrade to their playground facilities. Members of the School Council explained to me how they had been charged with choosing new equipment for the school playground. They talked to their classmates about what the children would enjoy

Hannah won!

It was Thursday 12 November 2015 on a winters evening. Twelve children and their families gathered together at the Civic Hall in the centre of Leeds to find out who was going to be the new Children’s Lord Mayor of Leeds. Hannah Begum from Hunslet Moor Primary school south Leeds