Freya is rightly a very proud member of a climbing club which she attends weekly.
On Saturday she placed 4th in a Northwest and Lake District climbing competition for 9 and 10 year olds.
We are very proud of you Freya!
We've been busy researching Roman soldiers and recreated items of their armour, we noticed the symmetry of shields and imitated patterns from original Roman shields and standards.
Upper School have been busy making beautiful Christmas wreaths with Mrs Law today.
Well done to Leon in Year 4 for achieving full marks in EVERY spelling test this term! He’s our super speller!
The children are almost ready to present their fantastic production of Hosanna Rock!
What a great time Years 3 and 4 had this morning when we received a visit from the Mad Science team! Our theme was fossil fuels and during the session we learnt which were the fossil fuels,how long they take to form and under what conditions. We then tried to replicate this process using…
We have been improving our mapping skills in Upper School. As well as learning about symbols found on maps, we have also been learning how to use four and six figure grid references. Let’s hope we don’t get lost!
The children in Upper School were busy on Monday making board games to play with Lower School. The themes of the games range from cupcakes to football, animals to mythical creatures!
The children have had great fun creating and playing their games with Year 1 and 2. This is the second year we…
This afternoon, Year 3 and 4 received training about sun protection ratings and how to keep safe in the sun, from Claire, a nurse. Now we just need some sunshine to put our knowledge into practise! ☀️
The whole of Upper School have been enjoying French Week. We have taken part in activities, games and conversations to help us learn new vocabulary. We have also been finding out about France and its culture. On Wednesday we sampled a range of French bread, cheeses and pâté. C'était…
As part of our work on the Tudors, children in Upper School have been producing amazing portraits of the wives of Henry VIII. They will soon be displayed around school. Look out for them!
Whilst Years 5 and 6 were away at Winmarleigh Hall, Years 3 and 4 enjoyed some time working on Tudor crafts with Mrs Law and Miss Haynes. Look at our fabulous photos to see what we made!