Congratulations to all our Star Certificate winners today! Well done to all our award, trophy and prize winners
Archive | May, 2017
Here’s the link to the Summer Term Newsletter that went home on Thursday 26th May.
Picture: ‘Mr Beckingham’, yesterday Gardening Club had a very interesting start today. We were asked to ‘re-home’ a lizard. The story goes thus. Mr. Beckingham brought a lizard in a glass jar to unit 3. Children gathered like bees round a honeypot and asked where it had come from. He replied it was in his office, under his chair! more »
Year 6 Yearbook Here’s the link to the form for you to add your bit of the book.
123 … stories 3 Today, Year 3 and 4 were lucky enough to have Su from the Hand to Mouth Puppet Theatre perform 3 well known stories using shadow puppets and live music. “It was brilliant” “How did she do that?” “What’s a banjolele?” How many different ways did Su make shadows? Ask your children more »
Take a look at our finished needle cases. We think they’re lovely! Well done, girls. We’ve started cutting out the templates for the rag dolls that we’ll start making after half term. This is a more difficult project but I think the children are definitely ready for the challenge! Mrs Hazell and Miss Chetland
It’s always great to see children doing well in school and these children have been to visit to show me something fantastic they’ve done in class. Well done!
We had fun thinking about what materials would make the best boat and then testing.
Mrs Hazell and Miss Chetland are both very impressed with the sewing skills being shown by the small group of girls coming along to Sewing Club this term! They have been very quick to pick up new skills such as running stitch and sewing on buttons. Take a look at them in action with a more »
We are really enjoying science this half term. This afternoon, the children painted the clay models of wild animals that they made last week. Yesterday, we made the most of a fifteen-minute break in the otherwise constant rainfall to look at the many different types of tree that live in the school grounds. The children learned more »