The much anticipated Asda Leeds Beeston store opened its doors today, with excited customers and colleagues joined by pupils from a local school. Guests of honour, St Anthony’s Primary, helped colleagues cut the ribbon and declare the store officially open for the 300 strong crowd. Store manager, Rob Butterfield said:
Asda may not be everyone’s cup of tea at the moment with all the disruption around their new Old Lane store in Beeston, but they’ve made some friends at the local St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School. The store has made a donation of £500 which has been used to purchase
Most schools in South Leeds are good or outstanding according to recently published tables of Ofsted findings for 2013. Ofsted use four categories to grade schools: Outstanding, Good, Requires Improvement and Unsatisfactory. Of the 24 schools in LS10 and LS11, 78%, just over three quarters, were judged Good or
Last Sunday (26 January 2014) saw a great game as Hunslet Hawks beat Leeds Rhinos 20-16 in the Lazenby Cup, and 25 lucky children from local South Leeds schools got to see Hawks in their victory. The Hawks invited 12 children from St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School and 10
Hunslet Hawks have been in touch about this week’s schools tag rugby festival: We have been working hard over the past five weeks in local South Leeds primary schools coaching children in year two how to play tag rugby league, preparing them to play in a fun tag rugby festival.