Today, we held our annual Easter service at St. Mary’s Church. Years 3 & 4 took the service alongside Reverend Karen and told us all about the events leading up to Easter Sunday. Thank you to all the relatives of those children who were able to join us.
Last month, some children in Years 5 & 6 went on our annual residential trip to Robinwood. Joel in Year 6 said, “My favourite thing was when we played Quidditch in a cave.” Kate enjoyed the archery best. Logan loved the rooms we got to stay in because they had loads of space! Ruby commented, […]
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!
Our Key Stage 2 classes performing their annual carol concert at St. Mary’s Church this week. All the children did brilliantly and we are very proud of them.
Today, Reception and Nursery class performed A Miracle In Town for parents. They were all wonderful and we are so proud of the effort they put in. Thank you to all parents and families who were able to come and watch their two performances.
Photos from Monday’s Christmas Recipe performance. The children were all magnificent performers who retold the nativity story beautifully. Thank you to all who came to see them and well done to everyone involved!
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. [contact-form-7 id=”12564″ title=”Send us your Extreme Reading photos!”]
Today we held our annual Remembrance Service at St. Mary’s Church. Reverend Karen gave a thoughtful service, discussing the power of love, hope and peace. Years 5 & 6 also contributed poems of remembrance for the fallen. Thank you to the parents who were able to share this special time with us.
On Monday, year 4 had a very special visitor called John who came into class to teach the children all about the Romans. The children looked at lots of artifacts and used them to find out about the Roman way of life. They even got to dress up as Romans and learnt how to play […]
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