January 2020

3rd January 2020

Going Green
20.1.20
Thank you to all our families and staff who donated money and wore green to help raise money for the Australia bush fires and all the poor animals who’ve lost their homes. An amazing total of £605.81 is going to @WWF_Australia to help the injured animals and all the conservation work to rebuild their homes...what an incredible total. Your continued support is very much appreciated.
Forest School
15.1.20
We our proud to announce that our school now teaches Forest Schools, an outdoor education programme of study, Each week, Miss Sinnott will take a selection of pupils around our wonderful outdoor facilities to learn about nature and the world around us. For more information about this scheme, please look at our Enrichment section on our website, where you will also find photographs of the children learning.  
Movie Night
13.1.20
On Monday and Tuesday, our brilliant PTA put on two movie nights for our pupils. The pupils watched The Lion King, whilst having a hot dog and and doughnut. The pupils loved the evening entertainment and particularly enjoyed listening to the teachers singing along!   
Civic Award
10.1.20
Today, our Year 5 and 6 Civic Award pupils learned First Aid, taught by St John's Ambulance. The children thoroughly enjoyed their two hour session and now have a new set of skills that could one day be used in a real life situation. 
Spring Term 
3.1.20
We have now completed our Enviroment topic at school and what a brilliant topic it was! The pupils learned so much about how our actions as humans can significantly impact our environment and hopefully the lessons taught during this unit will positively influence their actions as they grow. Evidence of the impact of this topic can be found in the Impact section of the Curriculum tab.
 
Next, the pupils will learn about history and what the world used to be like in different periods of time. We will have a particular focus on whether children in the past had rights like we have today or whether their lives were much more challenging.