Category Archives: Pupil Events
Class 6 had an amazing treat as runners up in the Community Cards competition. The prize was a trip to Amersham climbing wall where they all (apart from those who were injured!) had the chance to tackle a variety of climbing challenges. Some people were naturally skilled, climbing right up to the top, but others showed […]
Last Friday, KS1 went to the “seaside” and had a fantastic time riding on the train, playing in the sand and paddling.
On Tuesday, Year 6 attended the Oxford Diocese leaving service at St Mary’s church all about different kinds of love. We spent the morning creating banners, doing drama and singing then all attended a great service wishing all of the Year 6 leavers good luck and spread the message that God’s love will follow them into […]
A small group of Y5 visited Green Park on Tuesday to spend a day looking at science and engineering. They had a wonderful time making a rocket propelled car, producing coding to control a real life spinner (ie. It wasn’t an onscreen spinner), attending a science show and seeing a variety of stalls at a […]
It was so lovely to see a sea of black and white today for our New Zealand day. The children really enjoyed partaking in a range of activities like learning the Maori language through song, making and using poi, learning about Maori myths and legends, discovering the natural beauty and geography of New Zealand, doing […]
Looking for a cheap and refreshing summer drink? Year 3 made some elderflower cordial last week. It is simple to make and tastes delicious! Ingredients Makes about 2 litres About 25 of elderflower heads 3 lemons and 1 orange, plus their juice (about 150ml in total) 1.5 litres of water 1kg of sugar 1 heaped […]
Class 4 had a fantastic day today hosting our linked class, 4K from Highworth School. We finished our art project, built shelters and sculptures in the woods and finished with a final reflection on the three days we have spent together over the course of the year and what we have enjoyed doing and finding […]