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.

The National School Breakfast Programme

Our school has joined the government’s National School Breakfast Programme (NSBP), which is being delivered by the charities Family Action and Magic Breakfast.

As a NSBP School we are pleased to offer a healthy school breakfast,available to all, and enjoy the benefits that brings, with children settled and ready to learn at the start of the school day.

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Playground Leaders Interview

This week, Y5 and Y6 members of School Council held interviews for Playground Leaders. Year 4 children had the opportunity to complete an application form, outlining why they think they would be suitable for the role. School Council then shortlisted potential candidates and sent out letters inviting them for interview. The process involved a short interview, followed by an observation of how the Year 4 children interacted with the Year 1s at playtime. They then discussed their observations and came to a decision. Training for the role begins this week and the new Year 4 Playground Leaders are very excited!


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Christmas Holiday Book Challenge

Over the Christmas holidays, Y5s and Y6s took part in a reading competition. They were each given a brand new book to enjoy over the break. The three books available were: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Meltdown, Varjak Paw and Mortal Engines. The children were asked to create a piece of work inspired by the book they had read and we were delighted that so many children took part. To celebrate their hard work, all of the children who submitted their projects will go on a trip to the cinema.

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Sharrow School
Sitwell Road
S7 1BE

Tel: 0114 255 1704