Best of Photo Club - 14 June 21
Here are some of our best photos from the first session of the Year 4 Photo Club by Emily, Flo, Harry, Lily, Mollie and Bea.
Mr B's virtual Lego (and anything else you want to build with) Club
Nothing gets in the way of Lego Club! Get building and send in photos of your creations to the school and I will display them below. Don't worry if you have no Lego, Elliot says you can build with anything you like. I would like to welcome Mrs Addis and her wonderful Disney characters to Lego club.
Tag Rugby Festival - 3 Oct 2019
Our Rugby players did us proud with some amazing performances in the rain over at HSMS in the First Schools Tag Rugby Festival. We may not have won, but we all tried incredibly hard and improved with each game. Our victory in the last game was our best performance of the evening and in the last play of the game we tagged over 20 times in a row to prevent the opposition from scoring and secure the win. Well played everyone - here are some pictures...
Lego Club Weeks 3&4 - The challenges continue...
In week 3 Lego Club members were given the challenge of getting Bob and Nigel across the Atlantic without getting their feet wet and the name challenge continued. In week 4 they were challenged to make their dream home..here are the results of all the challenges. Who knows what will happen in week 5?
Lego Club Week 2 - The start of the Challenges
This week there were 2 challenges as well as the appearance of the odd minifigure or 2. Could we make our name out of Lego and more importantly could we rescue Bob out of the Pit of Peril? Or failing that could we make something that was just really cool.....
The adventure begins........
On Friday 9th November at 1100 the school fell silent for 2 minutes to mark the 100th Anniversary of the end of the 1st World War. Poppies were planted in No Man's Land of a model made by the Unicorns before a poem, written by former pupil Sam Bishop, was recited by Alex. A whistle was then blown to mark the start of the silence which was immaculately observed by the whole school. The end of the silence was marked by the words of Robert Laurence Binyon's Poem, For the Fallen;
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.
The spectacular display at the front of the school is made up of pictures created by each child in the school, a beautiful and poignant tribute to the fallen.
We will remember them.
Sports Day Photos
A selection of photos from our amazing Sports Day. We had a fantastic day, we hope you like them.