Year 6 and Year 3 children have been working on writing non-chronological reports on animals. Year 6 children were able to support the learning of the Year 3 children, by reading and sharing their work. The Year 6 children were excellent mentors and are looking forward to becoming ready buddies for some of the Year 3 children next half term.
Y4 Homework, to make an Island Shelter. These models were so well thought out and made. Well done Y4.
3 Winners Jecht, Phoebe and Maisie
1st Place Jecht Davison
2nd Place Phoebe Andrews
3rd Place Maisie Collins
Well done to the winners and to all who took part.
Good to be Green - Winners
Year 3 - Cool, Good to be Green Winners
Year 4 - Happy, Good to be Green Winners
Year 5 - Amazing, Good to be Green Winners
Year 6 - Relaxed, Good to be Green Winners
World Book Day 2016
We had lots of fun during our Roald Dahl themed day. Well done and thank you to everyone (parents included) who went to such great efforts with the costumes.
Anti-Bullying Whole School attended a play by Firehorse Productions 'Sticks & Stones'
Year 4 Wired Sculptures of Sea Creatures
Christmas Lunch & Decorated Hat Competition
Christmas Carol Service
Year 3 & Year 4 present Tinsel & Tea Towels - A School Nativity Play
e-Safety Workshop Children and Parents were involved in learning all about keeping safe on the internet.
School Councillors and Mr Knight, installing Bird Feeders in the Nature Area. We hope to see birds feeding very soon.
The Rainbow Room - our newly opened Rainbow Room provides a warm and welcoming environment with aspects of home and of school, with a sofa, bean bags, plenty of space and equipment for play, as well as books, a small kitchen and a work area. A very nurturing room with staff whose relationship is explicitly supportive and courteous, providing a role model which the children observe with interest and begin to copy.
Wear RED for Comic Relief - Friday 13th March 2015
Chinese Dance Workshop - Year 4
The Dragon Dance Dragons are of course legendary animals, but they are important to Chinese people who think of dragons as helpful, friendly creatures. They are linked to good luck, long life and wisdom. They are nothing like the fierce, fire-breathing Western dragons that carry off princesses and eat people. Chinese Dragons are associated with storm clouds and life-giving rain. They have special powers so they can fly in the air, swim in the sea and walk on land. The Dragon has features of other animals such as the horns of a stag, the scales of a fish and the footpads of a tiger.