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27 March 2020
Well done everyone!
27 March 2020
Thank you to all the children that have completed their work on Purple Mash this week it is so nice to see you keeping busy and continuing to learn! Don't worry if you can't save your work properly. Some tasks will only give you a score and others will save your work into the class folder or your own folder once you have completed without giving you an option to hand it in. We can still usually see that you have completed the work. Keep it up!
Keep up the hard work Class 6!
26 March 2020
Coronavirus (Covid-19) Compulsory School Closure
18 March 2020
School will close after Friday 20th March until further notice. We are in very unusual times and I would ask that you read the attached letter carefully. I would also ask that you keep all our families in your prayers.
World Book Day
05 March 2020
Happy WorldBookDay everyone! Here's to a whole day dedicated to sharing stories and promoting reading for pleasure. Here are our 'Extreme Reading' winners for this year. Just think...spending just 10 minutes a day reading and sharing stories with children can make a crucial difference to their outcome and it’s fun for all involved. You can read together anywhere and everywhere, from breakfast to bedtime!
12 February 2020
Today we visited the Mosque on Watling Street Road as part of our Faith Week - learning about other faiths. The volunteers from the Mosque gave us a tour and were very kind to share their faith with us. The Children enjoyed their visit and were able to develop their understanding of another faith.
21 January 2020
We had a fantastic time on Friday, talking to and finding out lots of information from the lovely volunteers that visited our school. We learnt about lots of different careers and we were very grateful to those who gave up their time to speak to us. Thank you.
03 December 2019
Advent, from the Latin word adventus meaning "coming", is a season expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. Our Key Stage Two children definitely made sure we understand that message. What a wonderful evening we shared together. It never ceases to amaze me the way the children humbly remind us of the journey to the Birth of Jesus and how we need to prepare ourselves, remembering 'Such a big miracle in such a little baby.' Well done everyone and thank you.
Class 6 inspired by Monet
23 May 2019
Class 6 have been inspired by Claude Monet's water garden in Giverny, France. They have used watercolours to produce their own paintings of his famous water lilies and Japanese style bridge.
20 March 2019
During Stem Week Class 5 and Class 6 visited Corpus Christi Catholic High School