Tag: Ingram Road Primary School

MP’s Notebook: Post Office scandal, school absence and Hunslet engineering

The Horizon Post Office scandal is one of the most terrible injustices our country has ever seen. I don’t know about you, but I watched all the episodes of the excellent ITV drama ’Mr. Bates v the Post Office’ with increasing incredulity and anger. How could this have possibly happened?

Festive road safety pantomime delights pupils

Santa and his helpers are making a few extra early stops in Leeds to deliver a very special present to primary school pupils.   Throughout December, the council’s safe and sustainable travel team are visiting schools across Leeds to educate and entertain pupils with their road safety pantomime, ‘The Gift of

Ingram Road pupils benefit from Holbeck street improvement project

A street improvement scheme for residents in the Recreations area of Holbeck to live healthier, happier and better connected lives is making a difference. Ingram Road Primary School pupils are using the changes to now help safely get to school, with a new pedestrian crossing installed outside their school. The

Slung Low and Leeds People’s Theatre release new film The Magician online

Set in a near-future Britain, where violence and civil war threaten to overturn a revolutionary government, The Magician follows a young man on a quest to find the only person who might have the knowledge to stop the burning and the hate. A cast of over 200 Leeds citizens were

Review: Noah’s Flood at The Warehouse in Holbeck

What a privilege it was to be present at Slung Low’s Warehouse in Holbeck on Friday evening (7 July 2023) and be a (small) part of their joint production with Manchester Collective and Ingram Road Primary School, of the opera Noah’s Flood. The show was a triumph, blending professionalism with

Nomad Clan reveal new mural ‘Cosmic Rhapsody’ in Holbeck

Internationally acclaimed street art duo Nomad Clan have been commissioned by the children of Holbeck and theatre company Slung Low to paint a giant mural celebrating everyone’s creative potential. Slung Low is resident in Ingram Road Primary School and works closely with a small group of children, the self-titled Imaginative

Local winners of ‘Name The Gritter’ competition unveiled

Two pupils from South Leeds were amongst the winners of a competition to name 12 gritting lorries from the Leeds City Council fleet. Local Councillor Andrew Scopes (Labour, Beeston & Holbeck) presented an award to Abena, one of the winners, at Ingram Road Primary School in Holbeck.  Another winner from

Ingram Road’s Warriors organise Kindness Festival

The sports field at Ingram Road Primary School was turned into festival site on Wednesday (20 July 2022) with live music, food, stalls and a new political party. Ruth Saxton from Slung Low, who have been working with the school all year, explains: “The Imaginative Intelligence Warriors of Ingram Road

Manchester Collective x Imaginative Intelligence Warriors

Last month the incredibly talented Manchester Collective and Abel Selaocoe came to Slung Low at The Holbeck to perform a concert featuring classical futuristic and African music. The doors opened at 1pm with activities, including making lanterns, and food for the guests, with every flavour of Fanta! Manchester Collective were