Enjoy some of the special events and activities that go on at our school.
Santa Claus has visited! All of the children received a gift to take home and were able to have a chat to him. It was very exciting!
Year 3 have enjoyed learning about the symbolism of the Christingle. They particularly enjoyed making their own Christingles... and eating the sweets!
Year 6 spent a really interesting afternoon with the police. They learnt about the work of forensics officers and carried out some forensics investigations of their own.
On an unusually snowy day at the end of November, the children made the most of the snow and enjoyed making snowballs and snowmen.
Our House Captains worked hard to organise a Benchball Tournament. Key Stage 2 children competed in their house groups and showed fantastic sportsmanship. It was an enjoyable afternoon for all involved.
The children had a great time planting saplings which were donated by the Woodland Trust. We look forward to seeing them grow in the years to come.
The children in Year 1 have been reading the book 'Farmer Duck' by Martin Wardell which tells the story of a very lazy farmer. They were lucky enough to receive a visit from him and had lots of questions to ask him about his lazy ways!
Encouraging pupils to get outside and do some digging, first to tidy up the pupil entrance to the school and after to work in the school allotment!
The school is looking stunning if you look close enough.
The children were all very excited today because, despite the rain, a very special visitor came to visit!