So close! Our Wildlife Quiz team came second in the COUNTY QUIZ final this week – by a single point! The team battled hard, drawing on their considerable knowledge of animals and plants, but they lost out to Chalford Hill Primary. The team said “The questions were very hard.” “I was very pleased with how we did.”. “Some of the specimens this time were especially hard.” “From the start I had a feeling we might come second, and we did!” So the ‘runners up’ owl returns to our school, having been on display here in 2009 and 2011. Well done team, well done supporters and well done to Mrs Meyer and Mrs Bailey for all their help.
We had a fantastic time, joining Year 6 friends from the six primary schools in the Tyndale Cluster. 0
Have a tour of the school in the safe hands (!) of these sock puppets Norf and Nibles! North Nibley School Puppet Film from North Nibley C.of.E Primary on Vimeo. 0
Thank you to everyone who supported, with time, energy and money. A great time was had by all! ” order_by=”filename” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] 0
I’ve been thinking more about “success”. In almost every way you care to measure it, North Nibley is a successful school, enabling children to make significantly better progress in their learning than expected, whatever each child’s starting point. Yet ‘accademic’ success is not the only route to a satisfying and purposeful life. For many the…