Whereas most parents would've collapsed on the sofa with a cuppa at 9.20am, or gone for a peaceful walk on the beach this morning, all of us at school had an extremely busy and noisy time catching up with each other.... and it was lovely! It was an industrious day and the children did lots: they thought hard about what [...]
Max is a year 6 pupil at Caen Primary, and one I'm of really inspired by! His friend told to him to have an adventure and wow, he did!! I'm inspired, because Max has been camping out in a tent in his back garden since the first pandemic Lockdown back in March 2020 all to support his friend and raise [...]
It was going to be a DIY and tidying up kind of day, but I ended up having lots of help! There was an awful lot of wood left over after the installation of the EYFS canopy and some of the year 5 and 6 children had thought about making an eco cabin out of it... so that's how it [...]
Teachers Rock showcased their work this afternoon for class 3 and 4, but also to another 8500 children around the UK. We had a question and answer session with The New Born King's song writer, Mike Stocks, and Teachers Rock founder, Debbie Kent, who led the children through a warm up before guiding us all through Mike's song. (Some children [...]
Community Carol Singing... Sunday 20th December at 10am. On the green next to the village car park, on the Glebe Field. Current guidelines - staying in family bubbles and not mingling, ideally with face masks, outside and not for long. It's only 1/2 hour of your favourite carols, so come along and join in!
We wrote this on the newsletter too, but here's a reminder that it's tonight that our school will have a small spot on BBC spotlight - Jet and Isla talking about Mike stocks' new Christmas song, New Born King, and our year 4s singing a little bit of it. Spotlight also interviewed Jet's Dad, Mike and Teachers Rock founder, Debbie Kent. [...]
We heard there was a big push for getting Christmas lights up into windows and outside on buildings for Saturday night, and with a flurry of activity, we managed it just in time! Thanks to past pupil Harry Shaddick for making a star overnight, and some wonderful photos from David Morton.
Coming up to Christmas, we won't be able to gather and walk around the village to collect our Nativity Characters as in previous years. But Christmas will still happen, even if very differently, and we want to give this Nativity to our community to brighten up all our Christmases! It always thrills me, as Rector, how creative our families are [...]