Category Archives: Pupil Events
Our Year 6 Production was held outside on two separate evenings, allowing all parents to attend. This year, it was a pantomime called ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Camelot’, full of classic pantomime jokes, an ‘it’s behind you scene’ and even a pantomime dame! The acting, dancing and singing were all excellent […]
Much fun was had by all at our KS1 and KS2 Sports Days. The House Captains led the events with aplomb, organising the races, setting up equipment and rallying support.
This week was Science Week. Activities ranged from worm charming to carbon analysis. The aim of week was to gain a better understanding of how we can care for our environment. Children become scientists, investigating worms, isolating plastic fibres, measuring their carbon footprints and creating wormeries. This was the best science lesson ever-I loved collecting […]
This week we have been raising money for our partner school in Kirongo in Kenya. All the classes walked around the field 12 times twice throughout the week as this matched the distance some children in Kirongo walk to school. We enjoyed it but couldn’t believe how far they have to walk. We have been […]
It has been Victorian Week in Year 6. On Tuesday, pupils held a Great Exhibition where they shared their Victorian projects ranging from model houses to hand sewn clothes. On Friday, everyone dressed up and the classroom was turned into a Victorian classroom complete with quills, ink and a dunce’s corner! To start of the […]
For our first week of all pupils returning to school, we have based our curriculum around After the Fall. This is the story of what happened to Humpty Dumpty after he fell off the wall and how he showed the courage to try again. We used this book to discuss the themes of resilience and […]
To celebrate World Book day, the whole school had a pyjama day and curled up with some books. KS1 pupils took part in a buddy reading session with the older children sharing their favourite books with the younger children.
This week we took the theme of inventions and challenged the children to design and create many different objects. The response to this was fantastic with a few highlights shown below.
We ended term with a very successful Break the Rules Day organised by the PTA. As wearing as being allowed to wear mufti, the children paid a bit of extra money to come to school with dyed hair, nail varnish and tattoos.