We finally enjoyed our rearranged World Book Day assembly this morning. Again this year, we were really impressed with how much effort had gone into the costumes. I was particularly impressed with the wide range of books chosen- everything from … Continued
Well done to the Year 6 Handbell group who performed brilliantly at the village celebration this weekend. The children’s work on display looked fantastic and we received lots of compliments from parents, family members and members of the community. Take … Continued
Snow Day- 2nd March 2018 Mrs B’s Snow Day competition I will give a small prize for the best book themed snowman/woman/animal/whatever built on your snow day. Email entries to me via the office (firstname.lastname@example.org). Bored? Have you tried… This great … Continued
On Thursday we had some special visitors in Collective Worship to tell us about an exciting event that is happening in the village in March, and they introduced a project that we are going to be working on as a … Continued
Dear parents and carers, We have decided that in order to ensure the safety of our children and staff, we will not be opening the school tomorrow (Monday 11th December). That does unfortunately mean that years 1 and 2 will … Continued
Year 6 created some fantastic Remembrance Day silhouette art.
This term our History topic is Ancient Maya and Year 6 created their very own Maya masks. In Ancient Maya masks had a wide variety of uses, and the importance of the masks dictated how intricate the designs on various … Continued
We worked in groups to create human models to show how light enables us to see.
In Science this term, we used our understanding of reflection to create periscopes. We used our periscopes to help us explain how is allows us to see objects that we would not usually be able to see.
On Thursday 28th September Year 6 went to the John Radclitffe Hospital to take part in the Injury Minimization Programme for Schools (I.M.P.S.). The children took part in role play exercises; learn resuscitation techniques and how to keep ourselves safe. … Continued