On Thursday 2nd May we were visited by Imram Kotwal. He led an interactive worship on Islam. Introducing Islam to children (Reception to Year 6) in a fun & engaging way using multi-sensory artefacts, video and a quiz. This was followed by two workshops to class 5 and 6. They looked at the questions. 

  • What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?
  • Questions and answer session with a Practicing British Muslim

Student feedback from the Islam awareness sessions was very positive.

Class Five pupil: 'I felt heard and seen, it was nice to celebrate my religion.

Class Six: 'I didn't know a lot and I know all the facts before I got to high school.

Class Two: 'He was exciting to listen to, and I know lots about Islam. 

Reception child: 'I had fun and I know about the five pillars of Islam'.

Our Easter Service

We had a LENT CHALLENGE to make £1 grow.

We all took home £1 and thought about ways to make it grow, we were amazing!

Nursery had an Afternoon Tea to raise money too!

We managed to raise a incredible £4062!


Our Reindeer Run raised...


for Overgate Hospice.

Well-done to all our amazing children and generous families.

Valentine's Disco 2024

We went to  church for an Ash Wednesday. During the service the children were offered the chance to have a blessing and an ash cross on their foreheads. We also welcomed our new priest Rev. Catherine.

Christingle Service 

We gathered together in church on Friday 22nd December to celebrate Christingle. Every December, the whole school attends a Christingle Service at St Mary's Church. This service celebrates Jesus as being the light of our world.

Christingle.....What does it mean?

Christingle is a celebration to share the light of Jesus and spread the message of Hope.

Christingles are the oranges that are wrapped with red tape, decorated with sweets and finished off with a candle. Each element has a special meaning to tell the Christian Story.

  • The Orange represents The World
  • The Red tape or ribbon symbolises the love and blood of Christ
  • The Sweets/dried fruit represent all of God's creations
  • The lit Candle represents Jesus's light in the world, bringing Hope to those living in darkness

The resources were kindly donated so that the children can each make their own Christingle ready for the service. 

Infants Christmas Production- Bethlehem Bake Off!

Juniors Christmas Production- No One Wraps Like an Elf!

Year 6 Leavers Play - The Wizard of OZ

Year 6 Bake Off 2023

On the theme - 'when I grow up'

Culture Week Exhibition 2023

Sports Day 2023

Our Kings' Coronation Fayre raised an amazing £842 for Macmillan

Year 5 really enjoyed there World War II day in school where they dressed up as evacuees, learnt even more about the war and made their own school dinner with rations.

Our Easter Service looked at the signs of Easter. 

It's WORLD BOOK DAY here in school and our potato dressed as your favourite character competition has been fantastic. Here are some of the fabulous entries (sorry we couldn't upload every entry). They were all brilliant so well done to everyone!

Pictures from our Valentine's Disco

Our non-uniform day and Valentine's disco raised an amazing £693.50 for the Oxfam appeal for Turkey and Syria. Thank you.

Christmas Dinner

The Grinch who stole Christmas by the Juniors

Prickly Hay by the Infants

We raised £242 for Children in Need by wearing our PJ's to school. 

Halloween Party


Which included a bake off, a magic show, a cricket match, a picnic and an ice cream!

What a lovely morning we had in Nursery with our parents and grandparents! We had lots of fun painting, sticking, reading, jewellery making and baking. Thank you to everyone for their support with our raffle, we had lots of fabulous prizes donated. Lots of fun was had by all whilst raising lots of money for Save the Children. 


Our 'Grow £1' has proven what creative, aspirational entrepreneurs our children are.

During Lent our children were given £1 and asked to make it grow.

From making cakes, creating jewellery, holding raffles, doing active challenges, baking dog treats, making personalised crafts, selling Easter eggs, washing cars, doing household chores and so much more!

They raised an amazing £5579 for 'Save the Children' - Wow!

On Thursday 31st March five of the school of Todmorden met on Centre Vale Park to be 'United in Prayer' against the conflict in Ukraine. Below are pictures and the prayers said. It felt great to be united in our voices.



Woodlands Christmas Craft and Sing-a-long, Dec 2021


For Children in Need this year all of our 254 wonderful children took part in an ‘Active’ sponsored event from a dance-a-thon, jump-a-thon to speed hopscotch events (and many more) across the day on Friday 19th November. These events were planned to raise money for Children in Need but also to help us be active at school as part of Calderdale Active Schools initiative.  The children all took part and did a fantastic job in their year group’s event. Through their hard work, energy and enthusiasm we managed to raise an outstanding £5,137.25! This is a record fund raising event for our school.


By The Juniors 2021



Panathlon 2021 - Our team came 3rd out of all the schools in Calderdale

Here are Christmas 2021 displays...

Year 6 @ Robinwood 2021


Here are the entries from Class 6's baking competition... 

Aren't they amazing!


Thank you to all the parents who came to our portrait exhibition. It was great to see so many parents admiring our wonderful artwork.



We won 1st prize in the Todmorden Carnival for dressing as evacuees as part of their 'Horrible History' theme!

We came out in mass and all looked fabulous!

Helping others in Lent

During Lent, which runs from Ash Wednesday to Easter Sunday, we are reminded once again to ask, ‘What can we do for to help others?’

Our children decided that our Lent charity this year would be Dementia UK. Many of our children, at Christmas, were involved in the ‘Dementia Friendly Todmorden’ event at St. Mary’s and many also sang at our local care home, Asquith Hall. These events touched many children’s hearts and they decided they would like to give more.

The children planned and ran class charity events all the way through Lent. These events included a chocolate and teddy tombola, a sponsored walk, bounce and climb, a loose change challenge, a bake sale and other events.

We raised an amazing £4,113.84 for Dementia UK!


Bunnies' Lent Collection - Bunnies took part in a sponsored bounce

Owls' Lent Collection  - Owls had a Teddy Bear's Picnic 

Reception’s Lent Collection - Reception baked some delicious cakes and held a bake sale 

Class 1’s Lent Collection - Class 1 held Teddy bear tombola 

Class 2’s Lent Collection - Class 2 hiked to Stoodley Pike 

Class 3's Lent Collection - Class 3 climbed the equivalent steps of Mount Everest

Class 4's Lent Collection - Class 4 held a Easter Raffle

Class 5's Lent Collection - Class 5 held a Chocolate tombola

Class 6's Lent Collection - Class 6 collected small change