A traditional end to the Southill year, it was time to award certificates for impressing the teachers over the year – and a trophy for impressing the headteacher over the year. Here’s what happened… Our trophy winners. Well done! 1. Achievement in the arts 2. Showing friendship to others 3. Achieving well in learning over more »
Archive | July, 2017
Copies of welcome letters
The newsletter was sent home on Wednesday 19th July. Please find the newsletter here
During arts week, Class Two took inspiration from the pop art created by Andy Warhol, Richard Hamilton and Roy Lichtenstein to create collages, comic strips, dotty pictures and more. Take a look below.
Today was the final Gardening Club of the academic year. The rain we had yesterday was most welcome; it made the pulling up of the weeds so much easier, in fact, three beds were completely weeded today! But the most important job on the list today was to harvest the fruit (blackcurrants, redcurrants and gooseberries) which were ripe. more »
We have enjoyed learning about a range of Artists this week. We enjoyed listening to 80s music and striking a pose for our partner to sketch in the style of Keith Haring. We created swimming pool pictures in the style of David Hockney.
Year 1 has been impacted by an art attack this week! Our classroom has been transformed into a studio and all the familiar displays have been replaced with a gallery of paintings, collages and other experimental pieces of children’s art. We’ve been learning all about Pop Art including the artists who founded the movement and more »
Year 6 have a very busy schedule during our school’s Enrichment week; they had to visit their secondary school today and then they have to cycle to Primary College for 3 days. They have not missed out on the fun going on in school though, because yesterday they continued with their ‘Pop Art’ that had more »
On Friday 7th July, eleven year 6 children did a 24 hour camp on the school field, with some children from St Andrews and Wyke Juniors. The children have worked hard since September with Mrs Wallis to achieve this final achievement of attaining a Civic Award. They had several categories to achieve one of more »
On Tuesday 4th July, years 5 and 6 took to the stage in order to perform the Victorian musical Olivia. Both performances went brilliantly and we would like to thank all of the children for their hard work and to parents for sewing and rummaging in shops to buy costumes and props. A huge thank more »