What a great week the year 6’s are having. Monday started as preparation for cycling to Primary College. Jonathan from Sustrans MOT’d the bicycles and made adjustments if necessary. The children then learned to ride in convoy and how to give instructions to those following behind. On Tuesday, the children visited their new secondary schools to meet their more »
Year 5 have just settled down to bed after an action packed day of arty adventures. After a long coach journey we enjoyed our lunch at the hostel and then set off to Barbara Hepworth Museum and the Tate. Both places were incredibly beautiful in the Cornish sun. The children enjoyed getting their bunks ready more »
We had an exciting day on Friday at Portland Museum. The children learnt about Smuggling, Shipwrecks and lots of interesting artifacts. We walked down past the ruined castle to the Pirates Graveyard where the children spotted the skull and crossbones on a tomb. Was this the grave of Captain Blackbeard? Many thanks to Elizabeth and more »
I don’t like cricket…I LOVE IT! Today, a group of children from years 2 and 3 participated in a cricket festival at Redlands. The festival involved developing the children’s’ knowledge of the game through a wide range of fielding, batting and bowling activities. Despite a small bit of rain, we did not let that damper more »
Well done to all our pupils, parents, teachers, friends and relatives who came along to Skip To Be Fit this morning on the lower playground. A beautiful morning and a fantastic start to our day. A special thanks to Mr Beckingham for compering the music on his last Skip To Be Fit session, cracking tunes more »
What a treat in Year 4 today – a visit from the High Fashion models of the Tudor Catwalk! An excellent opportunity to see the detail, design and dedication to quality in Tudor clothing and add some more facts to our Tudor Fact Books.
The Invisible Boy In Year 3, we love to share books that we like and discuss the plot, characters and what we think will happen next. We call this ‘Book Talk’ where children are able to share their opinion and are introduced to the magic of some seriously stupendous stories! Today, we looked at a more »
You know the story of Jack and the beanstalk ? That’s right, the story of a boy called Jack who sells his cow to an old man he meets on his way to market. In exchange he receives some ‘magic’ beans. His Mum is furious with Jack, throws the beans out into the garden compost more »
Year 5 went to Bincombe Valley Primary School today for the second day of our Art Of Brilliance project. Last week we learned about how and why we should choose to be positive and about the importance of taking personal responsibility for your own wellbeing and happiness. This morning we began to understand the impact more »
Year 2 have been learning about healthy eating and we made fruit pizzas and fruit kebabs.