Theme Days

Theme Days

June 2019

The children in Early Years thoroughly enjoyed their Father’s Day celebrations this year! We shared activities such as biscuit-decorating, role play, outdoor fun and creative tasks with our Dads, Grandads, Uncles and big Brothers.  Our staff enjoyed sharing pictures and stories about their own Dads and then it was time to ‘cuddle up’ and enjoy a special story. 
All of our grown-ups loved the special medals they were given by the little ones! What another amazing day!

 

  

  

 

 

 

June 2019

Year 6 enjoyed developing their cycling skills with Richard from British Cycling using Chris Hoy bikes.

 

 

  

 

April 2019

All of the children in Nursery and Reception took part in a ‘Road Safety Workshop, and had lots of fun whilst learning how to stay safe! We dressed up as School Crossing Patrols and Police Officers and enjoyed lots of role play and learning. We sang a song about how to stay safe as we cross the road. What a fantastic day!

  

  

 

April 2019

What a fantastic way to end such a super term!  All of the children in Nursery and Reception took part in a wonderful Easter Bonnet Parade and did such an amazing job.
Parents and carers helped the children to make their bonnets at home and we were astounded by their creativity!  Family and friends were invited to watch their children proudly parade their bonnets and we all had a great deal of fun! Everyone received a special certificate to celebrate their marvellous efforts.

  

 

 

 

March 2019

The children in Nursery and Reception thoroughly enjoyed their Mother’s Day celebrations this year! We shared activities such as biscuit-decorating, role play, outdoor fun and creative tasks with our Mums, Grandmas, Aunties and big Sisters. Our staff enjoyed sharing pictures and stories about their own Mums and then it was time to ‘cuddle up’ and enjoy a special story.  All of our grown-ups loved the beautiful roses they were given by the little ones! What another wonderful day!

  

  

 

 

 

March 2019

On Friday 15th March, the pupils and staff showed their support for Red Nose Day by dressing all in red and taking part in lots of fun Red Nose Day activities.  A huge thanks to everyone for all their efforts especially Mrs Dawson and the school council for their fantastic assembly.

 

 

March 2019

Over the past two weeks Year 4 have been lucky enough to take part in Bikeability in order to achieve their level 1 certificate and badge.
19 children from the year group took part and truly enjoyed the experience. They have increased their knowledge of road and bike safety whilst impressing staff with the array of fantastic bikes and helmets. Well done Year 4.

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 2019

On Friday 8th March, the children and staff celebrated World Book Day.  The theme for this year was 'Classical Authors'.  Each class chose a classical author and book to learn about during the week finishing with World Book Day where they children and staff had to dress as a character from the book.  Examples included P.L Travers - Mary Poppins, Charles Dickens - Oliver Twist and Enid Blyton - The Secret Seven.  The focus for Early Year was 'Fairy Tales'.  
The children, staff and families did an incredible job with their spectacular outfits.  We really have some fantastic creativity within our school!

 

  

 

 

 

March 2019

The children in Early Years had a wonderful time learning all about how to cross the road safely. The Lollipop Lady taught us all how to use a zebra crossing safely and we had lots of fun dressing up and acting out different roles. We especially enjoyed singing ‘The Road Safety Song’.

 

  

 

 

March 2019

The children in Early Years had a fantastic time on Pancake Cake Day! We explored the ingredients we needed and made pancakes with our friends. Absolutely scrumptious!

  

 

 

January 2019

What an afternoon, the school was filled with the sweet sound of the string instruments. Year 4 amazed all, after only 16 sessions they were more than ready to show off their skills.
Every child was able to perform songs which identified beat, rhythm and pitch. Finally they picked up their violins and bows and impressed with their positioning ability. I was extremely proud of every child as the violin is a very difficult instrument to play.  Four children had been selected to perform a solo and did so with confidence and pride.  A huge thank you to all parents and carers for coming to support and watch Year 4, we had a fantastic turnout.
Well done Year 4!