School Events

Please click on the captions below to find information and pictures about different school events.

 World Book Day 2017

 Please click on the photo link below to view the full gallery of photographs from World Book Day 2017.

Can you guess which book character each child is?


Comic Relief Day 2017

Please click on the photo link below to view the full gallery of photographs from Comic Relief 2017.


Top British Mountaineer Visit

Please click on the photo link below to find out about the day Sir Alan Hinkes visited Copley Junior School. Mr Hinkes OBE is the first British mountaineer to have claimed all 14 mountains with elevations greater than 8000 metres. He summited Mount Everest in May 1996.


Year 6 Graduation Ceremony 2017

Please click on the photo link below to view the full gallery of photographs from our 2017 Year 6 Graduation.

Harvest Festival 2017

It was lovely to see so many parents and relatives at our Harvest Festival. Each class contributed to the theme of ‘Colours of the Rainbow’ with fascinating facts, poetry, singing and signing as well as drama contributions. We filled St Mary’s with enthusiastic singing, especially for our ‘Harvest Samba’ song!

We are very grateful for the huge number of donations given on both days, which were displayed on every table and ledge all around St Mary’s. All our donations were taken to Doncaster Foodbank, where they will make a big difference to many local families. I know helpers at the Foodbank are very grateful for our support.

Children in Need Day 2017

In November 2017 our School Council organised a fun day to help raise funds for Children in Need. We enjoyed coming to school in our pyjamas, onesie or casual clothes. Our teddies enjoyed coming to school for the day and were very well behaved. At break time we had a cookie and bun sale, children could guess the name of the teddy and have a go at guessing how many sweets were in the jar. We announced the results of the two competitions in our Friday Achievement Assembly. Well done to William S, who made the closest guess for how many sweets were in the jar and to Charlie R, who won the teddy by guessing the correct name - which was Charles!

Thank you to all the children who brought donations on the day, and to parents/carers who were so generous in sending donations for the bake sale. Well done to all the children in the School Council for organising such a successful day. We will let you know how much we have raised for this fantastic charity on Monday. 

To view a full gallery of photographs from Children in Need, please click here.