Posted on July 23rd, 2020
What a very different way to end their journey through Primary School – Certainly a journey they will NEVER forget!!
We wish them all the vesy best as they start their new chapter – HIGH SCHOOL!
Here is a little memory to take away from their experience of Primary School alongwith a a few messages from staff…
Posted on July 21st, 2020
Posted on July 6th, 2020
We all know it has been a very odd year and obviously it has affected school life greatly, none more so than in sports with several competitions being cancelled prior to school closing. However, we had managed to compete in several competitions in which we did very well and had had lots of fun. Our first attempt at gymnastics with a year 1 / 2 team proved fruitful, hockey too, along with football, rugby and cross country. The children’s commitment and willingness to learn new things made it very difficult for me to pick teams at times, producing some brilliant performances and enormous smiles. The netball team was in a good position in the league and we were all looking forward to those competitions along with many others we had entered. Unfortunately it was not to be which was disappointing but we did manage to get the Gold Award for sport based on the events we had taken part in, had entered for the whole year and what we had in place in school. I have to thank the School Sports Council of Oliver, Lilly, Clara, Caitlin, Henry and Elliot W, voted for by the class, who had to organise and run a lunchtime club, speed stacking, which turned out to be quite good fun! That was the difference between Gold and Silver.
Thank you all for your support this year.
Well done everyone!
Posted on July 6th, 2020
Such fabulous news, Finlay achieved his Red Missing numbers multiples certificate in Tackling Tables last week. What a super achievement, well done Fin. If you see him around school, fire a question at him. ! We are so proud of you, this is a fabulous achievement for your year group.
Posted on June 16th, 2020
The winner of the competition to name our bubble was Ella. Here she is with her winning design, the new flag and the very special flying grass pig! The rest of the bubble proudly show their island designs.
Posted on June 14th, 2020
Even though libraries are closed at the moment, the annual summer reading challenge will still be taking place. This year the theme comes under the title, Silly Squad!
Watch the link below to learn all about this year’s challenge:
How to join the 2020 Challenge
Step 1:Join the challenge at www.summerreadingchallenge.org.uk Parents will need to set up their own account first before setting up their children to make sure they have permission to take part.
Step 2:Set your own challenge. Children are still encouraged to read at least 6 books but you can set your own challenge for more – it’s a long time until September! You can even adjust it as time goes on.
Step 3:Get reading!
Step 4:After you finish your first book, log back in at www.summerreadingchallenge.org.uk and log your book! Get virtual rewards and unlock new buddies as you get closer to your target.
What to read?
You can ANYTHING you like – books you have at home, books you have bought home from school, library books you still have on loan. You can try the ebook library, which you can browse here: https://norfolk.overdrive.com/library/childrens you can borrow books to read and books to listen to. It’s free, you just need a library card.
If you don’t have a library card, don’t worry, you can still join the library here: https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/libraries-local-history-and-archives/libraries/your-library-account/join-the-library
Happy reading everyone!
Posted on June 7th, 2020
I hope you all had a good first week back after the half term break. Please find attached the ideas and resources for this week. Please keep emailing in your photos to email@example.com
Have a good week!
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