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Yorkshire Endeavour Academy Trust is a unique and exciting partnership that was formed in 2018 by five primary schools that have a long and successful track record of collaborative working. Each with significant expertise in supporting schools.

Our Schools

Yorkshire Endeavour Academy Trust is a unique and exciting partnership that was formed in 2018 by five primary schools that have a long and successful track record of collaborative working. Each with significant expertise in supporting schools.

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Extra-curricular clubs

If your child is interested in joining any of our extra-curricular clubs, please contact Mrs Blacklock in the school office.


Castleton choir - Mondays after school

The choir welcomes boys and girls from all year groups.  The children learn about the importance of singing for health and wellbeing and work on vocal warm ups, activities and games to illustrate singing as a whole-body activity which uses the brain and ears as well.

The children are encouraged to suggest some of the songs they would like to sing as well as being taught music linked to topics and events throughout the school calendar.

The choir links perfectly to some of the schools Oaths and presents many opportunities for the children beyond the classroom. In the past,  the choir have been delighted to visit a recording studio and released their very own CD! They have also entered in Whitby's Eskdale Festival singing class, performing at the Pavilion in front of a large audience. They excelled themselves both musically and as individuals, proudly representing the school and showing evidence towards our 'be the best they can be' oath.

The whole school have also visited the Bradbury Centre, where they were invited to sing to the older residents and members of the community, showing evidence towards our 'improve their local community' oath.


Signing and communication club - Tuesdays after school

The communication club is open to pupils in all year groups and helps children to develop their communication skills through learning a range of signs. We do this through fun activities and songs and were invited to participate in a virtual community concert in December 2020, where we performed a singing and signing version of 'Little Donkey'.


Multi-skills club - Thursdays after school

Multi-skills club welcomes children of all ages across the school and ensures that we are keeping ourselves fit and healthy, as well as having fun! We enjoy spending time together and motivating and encouraging each other. Our sports sessions are delivered by Lewis from LC Sports, who also coaches pupils in our PE lessons.


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