Other Events

Four Nations Tag Rugby 2017

Arts Week 2016/2017

The focus for Arts Week, was to promote The Arts and encourage the children to link their learning skills with the wider arts curriculum, as well as further promoting their interests in The Arts.
We had a range of visitors, exciting events and activities planned for all year groups. 

David Mason, a specialist teacher and creative consultant worked with all classes on storytelling or performance poetry and with Year 2 and 3 specifically on developing creative writing.

Mrs Peers a specialist music and singing teacher, worked with all classes focusing on singing.

Mrs Kelly, one of our Year 6 teachers who has particular strengths in the teaching of art, worked across the school producing many pieces of work celebrating the Chinese New Year.
The Young Shakespeare Company presented Hamlet, a highly interactive performance that brought the play fully to life for Years 4, 5 and 6.

 

Keeping Healthy and Safe Week 2016/2017

 

Science Week 2016/2017

Boffin Tanya presented a FANTASTIC science assembly for the whole school. She impressed us with her knowledge of scientific facts and vocabulary and wowed us with some incredible experiments. She was equally impressed with our enthusiasm and understanding of the science she presented. We learnt a lot! 

The Young Shakespeare Company 2015/2016

The Young Shakespeare Company came into school for a performance of William Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ for Years 4, 5 and 6.

The children had already undertaken some class work to prepare themselves for the performance which was absolutely fantastic. The children were engrossed in the story which was expertly told by a group of very talented actors, a narrator and the children themselves. The cast were able to involve all the children in the story telling and sound effects which further enhanced their enjoyment and understanding of the play.

Ballot Box 2016

This week the children have been given the chance to vote on how they would like to change the back playground. The ballot paper asked for a ‘Yes’ of ‘No’ answer to lots of different questions e.g. Do we have enough space for running around/sitting and doing quiet things? Do we need more/less grass? The sail should stay/go. Do we need another trim trail? Our School Council have been involved in the preparation of the ballot questions and we will let you know the results in due course!