Thank you to all who attended our EYFS product launch this morning.
I was overwhelmed by the support!
To see 120 children and their families hunting for the alphabet around the park was one of my personal career highlights. The whole event was beautiful.
Here are a couple of photos I took today. The rest will be uploaded to the class blogs.
We were very lucky today to have an ice cream van visit our school! Thank you Mrs Salter for our special treat! We have had such a great day today and we are very excited for our product launch in the park tomorrow morning. Please come and join us if you can. Parents please meet us at the classroom doors at 9.40. Everyone welcome to join us at the bandstand at 10 am!
Please copy and paste the link below to see more photographs of Class 3 enjoying their ice cream!
Thank you to our wonderful families for attending our Nursery Sports Day challenge! The children took part in 20 activities practising their sporty skills! The children celebrated by receiving a medal, certificate and ice pop!
Find the photos in this folder.
Year 4 had a fantastic afternoon taking on parents and carers at rounders. There was some excellent teamwork, fielding and communication in this competitive encounter. Parents were narrow winners on this occasion and lifted the trophy.
Thank you to all of those involved! The children have loved it.
Some of the Year 5 pupils have taken part in a University Scholars programme this year. They enjoyed university style tutorials and had to write a 1000 word final assignment! Each child that participated showed true resilience and motivation to complete the course and achieve their absolute best.
Last night, they graduated from the programme and I was so proud of each and every one of them. Well done to you all – you should all be extremely proud of yourselves!
Follow the link below to see some clips of the graduation!
A massive well done to this beautiful girl who joined us in September with limited English and despite this has just secured age related expectation ‘step 15!’ in her maths assessments.
Great determination Evelina -we’re very proud of you! ‘Motivated Moe, Curious Cleo and Can do Colin’ all rolled into one!
What an absolutely fantastic event!
Yesterday, we raised over £1600 at our picnic in the park event, with over 50 children performing their talents. All of this money will be put back into the extra curricular activities we offer, last years money paid for coaches to events, transport for sporting arrangements, gymnastics leotards, a contribution to the stage we purchased the year before and much much more.
We are hoping to use this years funds to train a member of staff in professional cheer leading qualifications, begin a musical theatre club and buy some roll mats for the gymnasts, as well as update our costumes, kits and logo’d t shirts for these out of school events. We have intentions to further subsidise the coaches and sporting transport arrangements too. A massive heart felt thankyou from all the team (especially Mrs Overson and I) – We couldn’t do it without you all!
Pop over to ‘The blog for Alan’ to see our fabulous fancy dress entries.
Raffle Prizes not collected
3rd 271-275 blue tickets (Food hamper)
18th 226-230 blue tickets (tool set)
19th 191-195 blue tickets (Baylis and Harding gift set)
28th 401-405 pink tickets (gift set)
Please contact the school office by Friday 19th July to claim your prize.
Thank you to everyone who came to celebrate our theme learning ‘do you fancy a change?’
Years 3&4 have really enjoyed this theme and having the opportunity to share their learning & their chocolate! Here are a few photos from the event. Please check back later on the year 3&4 blogs for more photos & videos!
We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did and we hope to see you all at our picnic in the park event this Sunday at midday!