Congratulations to the Year 3 & 4 Cricketers who took part in the district tournament last week and won through to play in the COUNTY FINALS next week. My grateful thanks goes to all the staff, Governors, Pre-school and Nursery who have changed their timetables to allow these children to take part. I hope to have a full report next week, complete with results and quotes! We have seen our teams do phenomenally well this summer. Our District Sports teams won both District Field events AND District Track events, our Cricketers and Tennis players have reached County Finals, our Y5 Orienteering team won their event and we still have our swimming gala and pupil-led Sports Day to come!
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At VERY short notice we were able to re-schedule Class 3’s concert. Thankfully all the children rose to the occasion and played several tunes which delighted the other classes and a number of parents. We all clapped loudly! Please wait for the videos to fully load before attempting to play them.
The LENGTHS some people go to! Thank you to our amazing Open The Book team. They find creative way to bring Bible stories to life, with props, ad libs and moments of audience participation to delight our weekly gatherings of children, staff, parents and friends. In this picture, Sue Devine has transformed governor Peter Hall…
The school had invited a visiting teacher to hold a Diwali workshop with some of the children. Catriona said “We got to learn about Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, by acting out the story. Isabella added “It was a lot of fun. We did lots of things including a Diwali dance.
Assembly started and finished on time! All the bookbags were ready to go, stuffed full of numerous letters and forms, and our scarecrow for the annual village festival is outside now. Well done Class 3 for your excellent work on this project. Resplendent in his Union Jack trunks, the straw-and-sacking Tom Daley is captured mid-dive…