It's been a week of mini Sports Day (sack race was a firm favourite!), cave paintings (sorry about the stained hands!), confident reading (including different voices) and putting ourselves in an Ancient Greek child's shoes.
Class 4's English taking a creative turn this morning. See if you can spot... -Cave painting -A mammoth hunt (and subsequent dead mammoth) -Axe making -Shelter building -A rabid dog -A warming fire... -And the person it set alight. (In case you were wondering, our new sequence is based on the text 'How to Live Like a Stone Age Hunter' [...]
A little snapshot of what our Year 5 & 6 children have been getting up to over their first two days back at school... We've played games, made posters, played tennis (sort of!), shared feelings, made "monster cards" and been able to laugh and play together again. We are all looking forward to getting the paints out tomorrow! Welcome back [...]
I wasn't going to do a Facebook LIVE assembly... and it wouldn't have been a good enough job to have recorded it live... so I've created our Leaver's Assembly video before the event and posted it to YouTube. It always plays funny in the blog (not quite fitting on the page) so do click in the bottom right hand corner [...]
Hi... I thought I'd give you an update on what’s happening in school at the moment, the things taking place over the summer and also a headline on some changes for September. My video explains it all, but I thought I’d give an overview here too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylzDYwT3XKg&t=2s The school value this half-term is that of being ambitious. Sometimes it really [...]
By now, most of you will have heard the latest updates from the UK Government regarding primary school provision for the final weeks of the summer term. In case you missed it, here is the key extract from the statement made by Gavin Williamson, Secretary of State for Education: “We continue to follow the best scientific advice and believe that [...]