Summer term 1 Y5 Extended homework

Off With Her Head! Is our topic this half term. There are some great ideas on the link below. ( Children received a paper copy of this at the end of last half term) These are just suggestions. Other ideas can be used to support your child’s learning about the interesting Tudor era. Please encourage your child to do as many read more…

Y6 WOW day reminder

Y6 parents /carers World War Two Wow Day 🎟 It’s tomorrow! 🎟 Monday 19th March 1:30pm onwards Join Year 6 for a relaxed celebration of our WW2 topic 🎉 Wander around our mini museum of children’s topic work 👩🏻‍🏫👨‍🏫👩‍🎓👨🏽‍🎓 See the children’s textile projects and outfits 👕👗 Watch our mini performances of WW2 songs 🎤🎼 Enjoy jam tarts and honey biscuits baked by some of the read more…

Phew!

I can’t believe how much we’ve managed to do this week and am relieved that we’ve made it to the weekend! Sincere thanks to FoS for organising last night’s Easter Bingo which raised the amazing total of £610 for school. It was a great night and lots of people went home with bags full of chocolate and Easter themed goodies.

Easter Egg Raffle

For just 20p a ticket you could win a HUGE chocolate egg. Increase your chances of winning by purchasing more tickets – a strip of 5 tickets will just cost £1. Children from Tigers’ class will come around classrooms selling tickets. So have your money ready. Why not take a chance and you could be a lucky winner!  

Gardening Club

Gardening Club will start on Tuesday 13th March at 3.30 pm. Each session will be an hour long. You will need a change of clothes that you don’t mind getting muddy because we even garden in the rain. A change of foot wear – wellies would be best but not essential. We shall grow vegetables and flowers and help the Eco-club read more…

Y5 literacy group poems to learn

        Davy’s First Switchback He clung to the metal bar, clenching it TIGHT as it swung and wrenched him left, right backforwards sideways and Oh up up up UP (will it never touch the top?) to a sickening PLUNGE and an endless drop drop dropping down a dark pitshaft that’s Davy’s stomach. Then a sudden lunge and read more…

Non Uniform Day

Don’t forget it’s Non-uniform day tomorrow. Please bring £1 – to raise funds for the FoS fundraising Bingo event. Thanks

Back to normal

Last week we were struggling with the “Beast from the East” and the snow and ice but I am pleased to say that everything is back to normal and we’re all back in our routines and working hard to catch up. It’s great testament to everyone in school that we are able to demonstrate resilience and have the ability to read more…

Snow!

It’s hard to believe that we’re only a couple of weeks away from spring following the snow and ice we’ve experienced this week! It has certainly caused chaos and although we made the decision to close school as a result of the weather we have been incredibly lucky in comparison to other parts of the country. The snow makes everything read more…

Choir – starts on Thursday!

Choir will be starting back up after school this week. Children do not need to have been in the YV Choir to attend. It is open to children in any year and will run for this half term (4 weeks) on Thursdays after school. After this time we will have lunchtime rehearsals once a week. Children need to be sure read more…