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Other Success Stories

We are proud of our many achievements, both inside and outside of school.

Here are some of our greatest successes so far this year...

On Tuesday 19th September our school had the honour of attending the Dronfield in Bloom presentation evening. Mrs Peckett attended along with children from the Eco Team, to collect a Bronze Award for Best Flower Garden and another award for Continued development and most improved garden. We would like to thank the Eco Team for their hard work last year and also parents who supported the school in maintaining the gardens.

Footie Success

8 girls across KS2 entered a football competition with other local schools. 8 teams were present, with Levick showing amazing team spirit and being fantastic ambassadors for the school. Although we didn't win the tournament, we won Spirit of the Games trophy, somthing we are really proud of!

Big Art

In 'Big Art' during golden time some children have painted rocks. As part of the 'Dronfield Rocks' initiative we decorated stones to be placed at Lucas Arch, Dronfield during the Remembrance Day weekend. The children did a great job and all the rocks look wonderful - I am sure you will agree that it was a very fitting way for the people of Dronfield, young and old, to remember.

Remembrance Day Parade

It was once again a pleasure to attend the Remembrance Day Parade in Dronfield. Many of our children were representing organisations such as Cubs & Brownies, as well as a number of children and their families representing William Levick. I was immensely proud to see so many children and families there.

Christmas Tree Donation

We would like to thank New Leaf Garden Centre for their generous donation of a Christmas tree for our entrance area. They also kindly delivered the tree to school and I'm sure you will agree that it looks amazing!

Children in Need

We raised a fantastic £189.80 for Children in Need this year.

Young Voices

In January, a dedicated team of staff joined 50 amazing juniors at the Sheffield Arena last month for Young Voices. The event was a tremendous success and was thoroughly enjoyed by both the children and the staff.

Bronze Young Ambassadors

Six children from Y5 spent an exciting day at the English Institute of Sport last week in preparation to becoming our new Bronze Young Ambassadors. They were a credit to the school in their attitude and behaviour.


On the 29th January, 12 of our budding athletes took part in a cross-school competition at Henry Fanshawe. The children participated in a variety of events, winning some in the process! The children were brilliant ambassadors for our school and everyone had a terrific time!

Recent Events

Just before half term, foundation stage children had a fabulous morning on balance bikes in the hall. In addition to this the Y6 parents and children attended a SATs information evening. There was also the PTA disco which was a great success!


As you may be aware, the school is part of a research project titled ‘East Meets West’, co-directed by Trevor Higginbottom, a member of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate for England and Wales. Partner organisations include the Shanghai Xiehe Education Group, DEC(SY), the UK Geographical Association, the British Council and the Institute of Education, University of London. The key aim of the Project is to compare Chinese and English primary education and determine what educators in both countries can learn from one another. This will provide an exciting and interesting opportunity to compare both pupil attainment and also the methods of teaching and learning adopted in both countries. Shanghai, currently, is the world leader in primary maths, in terms of pupil attainment. (PISA international statistics). A number of Chinese teachers have already visited us here and it will shortly be our turn for two of our teachers to visit them. Mrs Marshall and Mrs Astley, as our school representatives, will be visiting Shanghai between Monday 19th March and Friday 23rd March. This is an exciting opportunity for the school as we continually strive to develop and improve the learning we provide for all of the children.

National Lottery Fund

I am delighted to announce that school has been successful in a Big Lottery Fund bid and has received funding in order to develop the area currently unused at the side of Foundation Stage. This will be turned into a mini climbing zone aimed at the Infants, watch this space for further developments!

World Book Day

All the children looked amazing in their costumes on World Book Day.. The preceding inclement weather didn’t dampen the spirits or outfits of the children. We had some fantastic costumes to admire and all the children had a great day.

Y3/4 Athletics

A group of very talented and very enthusiastic Y3s and Y4s participated in an athletics event last Monday at Dronfield Henry Fanshawe. They did brilliantly and were fantastic ambassadors for the school.

Y3/4 Athletics

A group of very talented and very enthusiastic Y3s and Y4s participated in an athletics event last Monday at Dronfield Henry Fanshawe. They did brilliantly and were fantastic ambassadors for the school.

Bronze Young Ambassadors

Our Bronze Young Ambassadors organised their first event last Wednesday for Class 1. They did a terrific job, ensuring that the children had lots of wonderful opportunities for physical activity. Thank you Bronze Young Ambassadors for an amazing first event & thank you to all of the children who attended from Class 1.

Poetry Competition – Premier Writing Stars

We have yet another regional winner in a national competition. Naina, in Class 3, has won the Premier Writing Stars competition and received her award in a special assembly last Friday. Well done Naina!

Sports Relief

The children had a great time doing various sports activities in the Hall in their Sports attire today. We raised an amazing £144.45 for Sports Relief.

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