The team write “On Tuesday the 12th of October girls from North Nibley went to KLB for a friendly football tournament. In our first game we were up against Hillesley. Our usual goalie had pulled a muscle, so another team member bravely stepped in. Sophie and Tilly were strikers, Skye and Louisa were midfield and Rachael and Aoifa were defenders. Amazingly Skye scored 2 goals, Tilly scored 1 and Sophie scored 1 although it didn’t count because Hillesley started in the wrong places. Altogether for this game the score was 3 nil. Our next game was against Coaley. Our goalie felt better and could handle being in goal. We scored 4 goals and we won without them scoring any. The last game we played was against the British school . They won 5 nil. It was a good game and we got so close to scoring but the final whistle went. Over all we came 2nd out of 4 schools and we all enjoyed our selves.” Well done everyone who played.
Every year we send our Year 6 pupils to South Cerney, to join with other Year 6 pupils in a fabulous water sports day. 0
Thank you to Mrs Findlay who took these beautiful photos on the afternoon of SUNDAY 10th December. Parents are reminded that any decision to close the school will come via Gloucestershire’s CLOSED SCHOOL website – http://www.glosclosedschools.com/ . ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] 0
This year children in Years 2 and 6 will take the new-style SATS, designed to reflect the increased challenge of the new curriculum. You can learn more about the tests from two helpful videos, linked below. Year 2 tests (Key Stage One) (https://youtu.be/M8MjPFWRQs0) Year 6 tests (Key Stage Two) (https://youtu.be/nF1n1g4CePI) 0
Super Stan was simply… super! A fantastic end-of-year show which was a real treat for everyone. The children surpassed themselves and improved with every performance. Our musicals really are highlights of the year and contribute immeasurably to the children’s self-confidence and team-working skills. The staff team also performed to a very high standard, though their contribution…
An awesome few days away with Years 5 & 6. Enjoy the photographs! 0
Children from North Nibley, Blue Coat, British, Kingswood and KLB performed a number of pieces in St Mary’s Church, Wotton-Under-Edge tonight. Sadly I couldn’t get a good photo of the choir but I managed to record the orchestra. Turn your speakers on! 0