On Friday last week the whole school (including a good number of staff) braved the drizzle and completed a mile as part of Gloucestershire Daily Mile’s BIG DAY challenge. Approximately 24,000 children took part! Actually, the weather was fairly good since we managed to catch a gap just after lunch. The children were very pleased with themselves!
A selection of photos from our Dressing Up day. ” order_by=”filename” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
District Champions! North Nibley pupils add “Rugby District Champion” status to their already impressive haul of other “Championship”wins in athletics, tennis, orienteering and cricket. Amelie said “North Nibley pupils split into two different rugby teams.” Each team in the tournament (and there were 14 teams all together) represented a country in the Rugby World Cup….
A fun filled evening of thrills, food and fireworks! Thank you to the fantastic FONNS team for putting together another amazing evening of support, cider and sausages. Well done everyone. Haiden took these four super photos! ” order_by=”filename” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
The best laid plans… When the Government has a great idea, like the Schools Information Regulations 2012, I think that they tend to forget small primaries, where heads have teaching commitments, and consider secondary schools only, where it seems to me there is greater capacity to enact the latest requirements. We are well on the…
Highlights of our trip to Holland in March 2011, with half the Year 6 children.
The life of a head teacher is a strange one, swinging between two extremes, when everything is full-on, non-stop deadline driven excitement, pressure and surprise. And then there is August! As we braved the winds and rain this week the summer seems long passed. This last week there have been plenty of unexpected surprises. We…