Spring Term 2016
We had a great time running a mile for Sports' Relief!
World Book Day - We had a wonderful day! We would like to thank you for all your help with the costumes!
Thank you all for an amazing day! The children (and staff) have enjoyed being book characters today and we thank you for all your help and support with providing costumes ... it makes the day so special!
Here are the winners of our competition - congratulations to them all!
We will be celebrating World Book Day again next year so you have lots of time to plan your outfit. Well done everyone!
Y5 are doing Bikeright ....
Year 5's computer work at Sandymoor High School - they are really enjoying discovering how to use Kano with Mr Kerr!
Next half term Year 4 will be going along to Sandymoor to work on html coding... watch the Gallery for more photos coming soon!
Year 3 have been finding out all about rocks and soil.
Reception Class have been busy learning computing!
Year 2 Class Assembly was all about famous people, the Great Fire of London and London today.
We have been thinking about our Christian and School Values in our assembly,
Our Onsie Film Night ... we enjoyed it very much!
Stephen Waterhouse - book illustrator is in school working with us soon ... we are very excited!
Did you enjoy Class 1's Assembly? It was all about Polar Adventurers and they learnt LOTS of words and we were all very proud of them!
Year 4 are learning to play the Samba Drums - and they sound brilliant!
Year 5 go to Sandymoor High School for IT lessons with Mr Kerr
Our panto, Aladdin, was the best because the actors came off the stage and ran around the whole audience so I got a high-five. It was very good, although I got soaking wet! If I hadn’t got wet, it wouldn’t have been as much fun. It was very funny because there was a man who had a very glittery costume on, was dressed up as a genie and whenever he came out he shouted, “Yo!” and we had to reply with, “Yo! Lo! Genie!”.
The dancers were very pretty and their dancing was very tricky when they had to do the freeze frame. If I were one of the dancers, I would have had to rehearse a lot. I thought they were very good, although the costumes could have been a little bit more glamorous.
In the panto was a person called Wishy Washy and it was funny when he was a bit crazy and he started kissing Jasmine madly! Although Jasmine only waved at me once, I still got excited.
Mrs Fryman told me she really liked Widow Twanky best, although she wasn’t one of my favourites. But I did like Widow Twanky because she wore lots of different types of bright, crazy coloured clothes.
By Year 6