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Welcome To Sharrow School

Welcome to Sharrow School’s Website.  We hope you find the website helpful and informative. We also hope that if you are visiting the site for the first time that it gives you a feel for the school that we are very proud of.  If you have any questions which are not covered, please ask at reception or give us a ring. We are always happy to answer queries (0114 2551704).

Sharrow School is very inclusive, welcoming children and families from a wide range of backgrounds. We currently have 38 different languages spoken by children, families and staff in school. Celebrating difference and learning to live together is a very important part of our ethos.

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Bangladesh Visit

Gill and Ailsa have been to visit our partner school in Bangladesh. They were made to feel very welcome by everyone. Gill set them a challenge of making a tower out of spaghetti and marshmallows – a team of girls won but everyone enjoyed the session.

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Art Exhibition

We have had an art exhibition in school. Children from nursery to Y6 have showcased their drawing and painting. I am sure you will agree that we are lucky to have such skilled artists in school.

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Anti-Bullying Week

Anti-Bullying Week 13th – 17th November 2017

We wore odd socks on the first day of Anti-Bullying week and we dressed in blue for Blue Friday. All the children drew a picture of themselves on a jigsaw piece and we fitted them all together to represent our school community. School Council gave out stickers on Blue Friday with the slogans ‘All different, all equal’.

When a person is alone they are ‘one piece’ but when they come together they make something special – a community that fits together perfectly, just like a jigsaw!

Understanding differences and celebrating them helps us prevent bullying.

Why doesn’t our jigsaw have edges or corners? The answer is, so that we can welcome others.

 


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Sharrow School
Sitwell Road
Sheffield
S7 1BE

Tel: 0114 255 1704