All staff wish you a very happy Easter holiday.
We hope you enjoy Year 2 and Year 5's Easter performances!
Children had an enjoyable day raising money for this worthwhile cause. The school was full of bright colours and superheroes! Children spent the day playing games, participating in quizzes, mastering origami and even creating a red nose for their friends! You can view some photos from the day by clicking on the box below.
Happy Mother's Day! Reception and Year 3 have made special videos for you. We hope you have a lovely day and enjoy their paintings and singing!
Thank you for your efforts at home and at school for World Book Day! We hope you enjoyed the stories and mystery reader! Here are some photos from the day!
Click on the box below to view your teachers reading a story.
Can you identify the masked reader?
Click on the boxes for copies of the text used and the recording sheet.
Click on the boxes below to reveal the mystery readers.
Save the Children exists to help every child reach their full potential. They make sure children stay safe, healthy and keep learning. Thank you for sending your children to school in their Christmas jumpers and donating to this worthwhile cause.
Monday 16th November marked the start of this years ‘Anti-Bullying Week’ event. Our school were excited to join in with others around the UK to participate in Odd Socks Day!
As part of our involvement in the event within school, we asked children to come to school with odd socks on Monday 16th November. We used this day to celebrate that we are
all unique and children took part in a variety of activities linked to this theme throughout the week.
We had a wonderful day today for Children In Need! Thank you for all your donations. We will let you know how much we raised once all the money has been counted.
Well done to our Pudsey Colouring Competition winners!
Individually we are each one colour, together we make a rainbow!
Children spent the day reflecting on their time in lockdown and each year group made something for our time capsule to share with future generations!
They particularly enjoyed their hot dogs and chips for lunch!