With help from a few children something is taking shape in the school garden – based on a design by a year 5 pupil. The bean trench around one of our compost bins is ready for filling too! What a great step forward with so many little hands.
years-5-and-6-recommended-reads. I hope the books, which I sent home, are being read and enjoyed. Here are some more books you might like to read.
For those of you who like a bit of structure in your lives; here’s what various celebrities are offering you and your kids for free daily to help with their education while schools are closed: 9am – PE with Joe Wicks – 10am – Maths with Carol Vorderman (www.themathsfactor.com) 11am – English with David Williams – https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/ 12pm – Lunch
Please find below our latest weekly information letter for parents. Parent Letter Sunday 22/03/2020
Ahead of Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 11th February we began our week with a collective worship based around how frustrating and distracting the internet and modern media can be. We discussed all the gifts we have but couldn’t do things all at once. We heard stories of how children (and adults) didn’t think they could talk, remember events or
Red and yellow and pink and green… well black, blue and every colour! Children and staff today all dressed in different colours for a bright day of celebration and fund raising for BBC Children in Need. Kind donations and even hand made cakes by the children were sold at breaktime, with the Year 6 running the shop and dealing with
Some of our Year 6 children took part in the Small School Sports Partnership Regional Rugby finals at Lady Manners school this week. We came 5th and enjoyed four very different games of rugby with two wins and a draw among them. The children will be writing up their reports once we are back in school. Well done to the
The children, staff and visitors recognised the importance of the day in the following ways. A collective worship telling the story of the poppy image. Two minutes silence at 11am to mark the end of the First World War and the hundredth anniversary of the first Armistice Day commemorative services. We then took part in our Service of Remembrance
A massive well done to all the Year 5/6 children who took part in the cluster Tag Rugby Tournament at Anthony Gell. They performed excellently with manners, good sportsmanship and skill. Required to play on pitches at the same time they independently put their PE skills and determination in to practice. The Year 6 team – Turnditch Red won the
Our aim is to run it for two sessions for juniors – after school 1530 – 1630 on Tuesday AND Wednesday. We hope to build on the amazing work done by our parents and volunteers before the Summer holidays. Day 5 – Our final Autumnal club met to rescue lots of new strawberries, weed a deal of beds and