Our Mission Statement
We are a happy and proud school. We believe that we provide a safe and secure environment that nurtures a love of learning. We aim to develop the whole person by providing happy and memorable times whilst creating opportunities for challenge and success. We prepare our pupils to become considerate and responsible members of society and we firmly believe that children best succeed when they are engaged in their learning.
Parents and carers have an extremely important role to play in ensuring our children achieve their potential. This happens when we all work together considering the strengths and needs of everyone in our school community.
Our aim is to develop confident children who value themselves, each other and the wider world. We encourage all our children to reach for the stars-they can be anything they want to be.
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Aireborough Learning Partnership Trust
Yeadon Westfield Infant School is one of eleven member schools in the Aireborough Learning Partnership Trust, working together with our local partners to enhance the quality of opportunity, learning, teaching and curriculum development for our children. To find out more, visit their website www.alpt.co.uk.
Safeguarding - Keeping Children Healthy and Safe from Harm
We take our role in safeguarding your children very seriously. Please read our Safeguarding Statement.
There have been lots of activities going on in school this week for Food For life Week. The children were visited by a local farmer and a member of the Yorkshire Agricultural Society. They learned about where their food comes from and how the crops grown on the farm are used. The SNAG and ECO Group went to visit a local farm then gave an assembly to the rest of the school. Lunchtimes had an international theme, with food from a different country everyday. The children were joined for lunch by residents from a care home in Yeadon, a local Councillor and the Lord Mayor of Leeds. The children made flapjacks and shortbread biscuits to sell at the Christmas Fair and help set up and run the stalls. The fair raised £699. A nutritionist gave an assembly about healthy eating and the Eatwell Plate. The children have baked and prepared food including smoothies, banana sandwiches and quiches.