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Newsletter March 2020

Read our March Newsletter, full of photos and information on World Book Day,  our musical showcase, Year 6 Bikeability and lots more…

Home Learning

As the pupils began their home learning journey, we received some lovely pictures of their work. Noah designed his own den as part of his History lesson about WW2, Simran created a fantastic Easter poem and Stanley used his knowledge of ratios to bake a batch of shortbread. Well done…

5N’s Easter Poems

5N’s Easter Poems

“5N have been thinking about what Easter means to them. We all come from different backgrounds and we have written what Easter means to us in a poem. We’ve then put all of them together to form a series of poems. We hope you enjoy them. Thank you.” By Riya…

Easter Hamper Winners

Easter Hamper Winners

Congratulations to our Easter Hamper winners: Ralph Rocco Oliver Amelia Darcey (LK) Well done all and a Happy Easter! We hope you all have a nice break spending time with your families.  

Year 6 Bikeability

On Monday 16 March until Wednesday 18 March, Year 6 took part in Bikeability. Everyone started off on Level 1 on the AstroTurf. We learnt how to do the ABC check which is a rule that you have to do before getting on your bike. A stands for the air…

Karate Assembly

On Monday 16 March, everyone who participates in karate at school did a demonstration to the whole school about what we do in karate. Everyone performed really well and Sensei Daniel is very proud of us. First, the red and white belts showed us some punching and kicking. Next it…

Year 1 Assembly

Year 1 thoroughly enjoyed performing their Assembly to their parents and school on Friday morning. Mrs Biddle and Miss Mannock were so proud of everyone.  Well done.

Year 4 Create Some Splendiferous Stories

After coming back from their trip to the Roald Dahl Museum, Year 4 felt inspired to write stories of their own.  The children were all very creative, designing some wonderful front covers, sourcing images and using their imagination. Year 4 were very interested in finding out more about the life…

World Book Day 2020

Last week, we celebrated World Book Day, which is a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading. In fact, it’s the biggest celebration of its kind, designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and marked in over 100 countries all…