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Santa Visited!

Wednesday, 16 December 2020

Last of the Sunshine

Thursday, 1 October 2020

Pupils enjoying the last few days of Autumn sunshine

Pupils Enjoy Being Together Again!

Wednesday, 9 September 2020

First full week back at school and all the pupils are settling into their class and phase bubbles. Hopefully good winter weather will mean they can get outside as often as possible. We are really lucky to have so many play areas and field space.

Tommy Presentations

Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Our school did us proud with the many and varied contributions to Bedworth’s “Tommy WW1 Book of Remembrance.”


Year 5 Assembly

Tuesday, 5 November 2019

Today Year 5 performed their class assembly for their parents.

They told us all about their learning this half term; rivers and life cycles of creatures who live near on in the water.

They performed music on the recorders and sang their own rendition of ‘Messing About On The River’.

Well done Year 5!


Nursery Autumn Walk

Thursday, 24 October 2019

Nursery went for a fabulous walk this morning. It was our first really Autumnal day this year which was perfect.

Magical Woodwind Demonstration!

Thursday, 17 October 2019

Fay from the Warwickshire Music Services came in to school today to give the children a demonstration of woodwind instruments.

The pupils found it magical and much better than they would have thought. Good choice of music perhaps helped… the theme from Toy Story

and a song from Aladdin.


The Lazy Farmer

Thursday, 26 September 2019

An unexpected visit from a Lazy Farmer, left the children in Year 1 a little bemused as to why he would be eating chocolates and falling asleep – just like the character they have been reading about.

They quickly took the opportunity to give him some very good advice on working hard and eating a more healthy diet.

He took some convincing to eat a pear! They told me that he would definitely try to do better in future.

A fantastic visit enjoyed by all the pupils and good memories stored.




Keeping Children Safe

Monday, 10 June 2019

Mrs Harris delivered an important safety message to all reception children today. The Child Accident Prevention Trust has issued all schools with an educational resource to help children understand how to stay safe around cleaning and laundry products. Research indicates that children aged between 3 and 4 will put things in their mouths as a natural way of exploring their world and accidental poisoning is the third most common reason for children to be admitted to hospital.


All the children were aware of similar products that they had seen at home.

The story they listened to gave clear messages that they shouldn’t eat, drink or touch any of cleaning or household products and to always ask a grown up before touching any bottle. The children then produced their own safety posters.


Assembly Focus

Monday, 13 May 2019

A Healthy Heart 

 – H is for Happy. If we are to have a healthy heart, we must tell people how we feel. If we’re feeling cross, sad or angry about something, we should make sure that we tell someone who can help us sort out the problem.
– E is for Empathy. Being able to understand how our friends are feeling is an important skill. If we can learn to do this, it will help us to become much better friends.
– A is for Apologise. Saying sorry when we have made a mistake can sometimes be difficult. However, it is something that we must learn to do. It makes for a happier school if we can say sorry to our friends. God always forgives us when we say sorry.
– R is for Respectful. The Bible lists the Ten Commandments, which are God’s rules for living a good and healthy life. One of those rules is about respecting the adults who look after us, like our mum, dad, grandparents, aunts and uncles. However, we can also show respect to everyone we meet by treating them well and in a way that we would also like to be treated.
– T is for Trust. Being a trustworthy friend is a great thing to be. Just like David, Christians trust in God during the good and bad times in their lives. They believe that he will always be there to listen to their prayers and to help them.