We held our World Book Day celebrations a day late as we had two classes on a school trip this Thursday. However, a fabulous time was had by all on Friday. Thank you to all our families who supported us!
Here are the Extreme Reading photos you have shared so far! We have loved seeing how creative you have been with getting these pictures. Thank you so much for taking part! We are still happy to receive your photos – keep them coming.
Last Thursday was World Book Day in school and we asked staff and children to come to school dressed as a character from a book. As you can see, we had all sorts of ideas from many very creative people! Thanks to everyone who supported the idea and gave their time to put together such […]
Tomorrow is Safer Internet Day. Children across the school will be learning how to keep themselves safe online and what they can do if they feel unsafe. The day offers the opportunity to focus on both the creative things that children and young people are doing online, as well as the role and responsibility that everyone […]
After a busy Summer, our Story Sack helpers met at school again for an evening celebration. Mrs Bosah, Mrs Jolliff and Miss Jackson displayed all the fabulous stories in the hall and parents and children enjoyed viewing the beautiful work. A big “Thank You” again to everyone who attended and who helped in any way.
We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who attended our story sack event last night. Parents and grandparents enjoyed viewing the story sack resources that we use regularly in Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 on a regular basis. Parents chose books and resources to take home to make their very own […]
Yesterday, Years 5 and 6 were invited along to Whitcliffe Mount to watch their performance of Beauty And The Beast. By all accounts, the show was very good! You can read Year 5’s reviews of the show and Year 6’s reviews of it on their blog sites.
This week, Miss Joyce has posted a selection of work from Year 6’s Literacy lessons. They have written their own versions of the Nativity Story and emotional diary entries as though they were Nelson Mandela. Please read them using the links above and post a comment if you like their work!
Today, Year 3 have been playing board games brought in from home to develop both their speaking and listening skills as well as their understanding of instructions. By the looks of it, all had a good time! [nggallery id=14]
A selection of photos from across the school’s reading afternoon, held this Thursday. [nggallery id=12]