This morning we held our very windy Pancake Dash. Everyone enjoyed constructing the pancakes with a range of toppings, then eating them!
Thank you to all family and friends for sponsoring our children.
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The children of Upper School have been making wonderful Christmas cards for friends and family.
In PE this half term in Upper School we’re developing our hockey skills through lots of games and challenges.
Well done Upper School and Mrs Law for this fantastic installation at the front of school.
The children in Upper School have been creating our own weeping window and poppy wreaths ready for Remembrance Sunday with Mrs Law and Mrs Allen. Look out for them appearing around school!
Years 5 and 6 enjoyed earning their Stages 1 and 2 Bikeability badges and certificates.
At Stage 1 the children had to prove they could control and master their bikes in a space away from traffic.
Level 2 took place on local streets. The children’s learning included recognising typical road…
The Year 6s performed brilliantly for their families in their end of year play ‘I’m a Year 6 Get Me Out of Here!’
Plenty of tears were shed and lots of laughter had as parents and grandparents watched the children sing, dance and act.
Well done Year 6!
After picking lots of new and exciting books at Waterstones, a good time was had by all at the Year 6 leavers’ meal at Pizza Express last night. The children enjoyed piles of pizza and gallons of juice before finishing it all off with McDonalds ice creams.
Thanks to Mrs Humphries for organising…
On Thursday 12th July, the children in Upper School enjoyed a day out at Martin Mere WWT where they carried out an invertebrates hunt and identified what they found. They also explored other types of habitats and watched how the animals and birds interacted and behaved. We had a great day, learnt…
What a fantastic time we had on our special Toilet Twinning day.
Year 6 took on the initiative after Mrs Heritage asked us to become involved. Our aim was to raise £60 to fund a toilet in a part of the world where families have to manage without a toilet or have one that is safe to use. During…
The children have been learning about habitats and life cycles this term and so it was lovely to welcome Jeremy the bee keeper into our class to teach us about bees.
This morning the Year 2 came up to Upper School to work with Year 3 and Mrs Hurley. We worked outside in mixed team to complete an orienteering maths challenge and then had a lovely circle time activity. We discussed and wrote about what makes a good friend.