Each week, three children will be selected by their teachers to have a very special award: Hot Chocolate with Mr Malik. These children will have constantly been trying their best, been respectful, polite and friendly, helped others and produced work to the highest standard they can. This will no
The School Council thoroughly enjoyed judging the Easter Egg Competition They were very impressed with the creative and original entries. Choosing the winners and runners up was a difficult task. The winners are… Nursery AM 1st- Maya W Runner up- Jack L Nursery PM 1st- Betsy L
This week Year One invited parents and carers to join them to make toys from the past. They worked together to make a cup and ball, a thaumatrope and a paper spinner. They had lots of fun. A big thank you to parents and carers. Article 21: We have the right to relax and play.
We have had an absolutely fantastic response to our Easter Egg design competition this year as you will be able to see from the pictures below. There is a vast array of designs, some topical, some humorous but all showing skill, creativity and hard work. The judging will take place tomorrow and th
To recognise those who have been working exceptionally hard all week, children in Reception now have the chance to be rewarded with juice and biscuits with Mr Malik. To achieve this, children will demonstrate hard work, polite manners, good behaviour and a positive attitude to everything they do. Th
We would like to say a huge thank you to our school community for the generosity shown in raising money for Comic Relief this year. In addition to the money raised through the ‘Sponge the Teacher’ activity (£273.44) we also collected £352.78 from non-uniform. As a result, we raised an amazing to
Year 6 began the week with some fantastic den building. Their first challenge, in this block of work, was to make a free-standing den. Not as easy as it may sound. Getting the initial framework takes thought, co-operation and perseverance. The children need to understand the materials they have avai
The children had great fun this week creating Pirate Ships from our Christmas trees. The Pirates were fed sea biscuits, pirate stew and grog made in the galley. As you can see they were very busy and they even had a pirate band singing sea shanties.
This year, to support Comic Relief, we have been telling jokes and making each other laugh. A big thank you to everyone who has donated money in our staff buckets this week . The four phase winners of the best joke competition had great fun sponging Mr Malik with wet sponges after he received the mo