The children from across the school had a fantastic time on Monday 12th November 2018 taking part in story telling workshops. The sessions were with Chris Bostock and were aimed at engaging children to listen and to re-tell stories. An additional after school session for children and parents’ was a huge success and enjoyed by all.
The children from across the school had a fantastic time at the Halloween Disco. The children enjoyed dancing and eating their hot dogs. Well done to the winners from each class, it was difficult picking a winner when everyone looked so good! A huge thank you to everyone for making such a fantastic effort with costumes.
The children from across the school enjoyed a performance by Artefact Theatre on Monday 29th October 2018. The show was based around two children (puppets) researching into their past and discovering they had relatives who had been involved in WW1, as a soldier and a nurse. The fun, interactive performance showcased the sacrifices made by men and women in WW1 but also how love and hope were ever present. The children really enjoyed it, especially having the chance to dress up in some of the costumes.
Most recent parent survey for our school – thank you to everyone who responded.
Well done to everyone who took part in our yearly Sports Day afternoon held on Tuesday 3rd July 2018. The children took part in a range of activities including the traditional egg & spoon race, bean bag race, penalty shoot out and javelin. The afternoon was fantastic, every child tried their best and had lots of fun! We also had perfect weather! Thank you to everyone who came along to cheer the children on and a huge well done to all of the infants’ who took part in the annual toddler race!
Class 1 & 2 had a fantastic day at Low Barns Nature Reserve on Thursday 21st June 2018. The children were separated into 3 groups and completed a variety of activities throughout the day. This included pond dipping, mini beast hunt, spending some time in the bird hide (where some children were fortunate enough to see a Woodpecker!) and spotting dragonfly in the butterfly garden. It was a fantastic day, the children were engaged and shared their own knowledge and understand around nature as well as learning new things. The visit consolidated everything the children have been learning this term which has been around animal habitats and life cycles.
Well done to Class 6 pupils who represented the school at Bishop Barrington’s Math Challenge event on Tuesday 19th June 2018. The children had to compete in 5 rounds which included a group round, logic and relay. Prior to attending the day, the children had to design and complete a poster around ‘Tessalation’, they came 3rd in the competition so well done for their achievements and for representing the school impeccibly throughout the day.