All onTarget!

On Tuesday 23rd May, all members of Upper School took part in an Archery taster session. This was lead by Mark and Alexis from Mr Archery, who run after school sessions, which to us are available after half term for five weeks. All Upper School children should have brought a letter home providing…

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Tick Tock

Year 3 and 4 having been telling the time in Maths. Whilst some children find this very easy, many find this dificult. Over the holidays and whenever possible, ask your child to tell you the time!      Ask them questions such as

  • What time will it be in......... an hour, twenty minutes, when…
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Costumes for World Book Day

Benjamin came dressed as a Roman soldier and is guarding Sean who is dressed as King Herod.

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Characters from the Bible World Book Day

Lucy came as a cat  from Noah's Ark and Anya creatively came dressed as The Bible!

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Bible themed characters for World Book Day

Alex came in character as King David, Sophie came as Hannah and Amy came as Mary.

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Characters from the Bible

Daniel came to World Book Day dressed as a shepherd, Florence was dressed as an angel and James came as Moses with his own tablet of the Ten Commandments.

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Bible Characters

Zara came as a zebra from Noah's Ark. Keira came as the Egyptian princess who found and looked after the baby Moses. Freya came as Eve.

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World Book Day

Lucie and Jacob both came as the robbers who were on the road to Jericho when they attacked a man who was helped by the Good Samaritan.

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World Book Day 2016

Daniel looked colourful in his coat of many colours as Joseph. Sean looked important as King Herod and Aimee came dressed as Jesus.

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World Book Day 2016- We all came dressed as characters from the Bible

Olivia came as a shepherd and Caitlin a sheep!

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Children lead Fairtrade Worship

This morning, six children lead a Fairtrade themed worship as part of Fairtrade Fortnight which is held nationally. The focus this year is Make Your Breakfast Count. We were asked to consider where our breakfast came from and to consider using Fairtrade products whever we can.

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