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Information to Remember

  • Spelling tests on a Monday
  • Remember to read each night and practise your multiplication tables and spellings
  • PE kit must be in school on Wednesday & Thursday                   This year's topics include: 
  • Tudors, Ancient Eyptians, Circuits, Moving Mechanisms, Water, Inspirational People and The Art of Andy Warhol

 

Internet Safety week

For our Internet Safety week, we created posters and learnt all about how to be safe on the internet. Please see below, our work.

 

Lunchtime

Below are some of our VIP Lunch time diners. We have VIP tickets given to our pupils as a reward and as a way of recognising good manners, eating with their knife and fork properly and other excellent examples during lunch time.

Pupils sit at their own special table with goblets and lights. They have a few little luxuries such as juice, sauces and biscuits as an extra little thank you. See below for a few of our diners enjoying the experience!
 
World Book Day

On 2nd March the school celebrated a fantastic World Book Day deicated to the amazing authors around the world. See below for photos.

 

Forest School

A fantastic hands-on experience for all involved! The pupils had the opportunity to:

- build shelters

- whittle amulets

- map reading

- experience fire building

- outdoor maths

- build teamworking skills to enable communcation

See below for some photos of the fantastic experience we had.

 

 

 

Throughout the year, we have experienced and supported multiple charity events and learnt about the little changes we can make at home to help support our earth. We have been doing this through:

 

- Rotakids selling poppies on Remembrance Day for the Royal British Legion.

 

- Severn Trent water visited school to deliver a talk on how we can preserve water in the home.

 

- For 'Children In Need', all pupils wore spotty clothes in support of Pudsey Bear and the charity.

 

- We also had a 'bring a pound day' where all pupils wore pyjamas to support the local hospice, 'Douglas Macmillian'. The charity came into school with 'Dougie Sunflower'. See photos below.