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The whole school received the lovely gift of an ice cream this afternoon. What a week we are having!

Today we celebrated our Year 6 Leavers. They shared memories of their time with us in school and their hopes and dreams for the future. We wish them all the very best!

Our annual Dodgeball competition Year 6 versus Staff. We'll let the children tell you who won!

The children have missed so many of their friend’s birthday celebrations this year that we thought we would have a whole school birthday party. We enjoyed games, a picnic and sang our special birthday song to each other.

The sun shone brightly yesterday as we had another fun day at school. We received an anonymous donation for us to give the children a treat after a difficult year. We chose a great selection of inflatables that were enjoyed by all the children and staff. We would like to say a huge thank you.

A great atmosphere at our Sport’s Day despite not being able to have spectators. Everyone did so well!

We had great fun yesterday whilst learning about the important work that the police do in our community. A big thank you to PC Walker who spent the afternoon showing the children and staff around the police van and the various pieces of equipment they use. We also had the added bonus of sunshine.

Thanks to a very kind donation, yesterday, we were able to invite Emma from eBublio to school. She entertained us with an amazing display of bubbles, before the children all got a chance to make their own. Stay & Play were able to join us for a fantastic afternoon. https://ebublio.co.uk/

Our Brass lesson have resumed!

Lots of opportunities of nature watching in our school grounds this week.

The children were very excited today with the Easter Egg Hunt and our hardworking PTFA also organised a chocolate tombola. Could be chocolate overload this Easter! Thank you to all who have supported us over this last challenging term. We would like to wish everyone a happy, restful and safe Easter.

The whole school made the most of the beautiful weather yesterday to take their learning outside in our forest area.

This National Day of Reflection, March 23rd 2021, marks one year since the first UK lockdown. We came together to reflect on our collective loss of loved ones, and our hopes and plans. We thank all those who have helped us in so many ways and we hung yellow ribbons as a sign of our hope for a brighter future.

Throughout lockdown our Key Worker's children have enjoyed spending their afternoons learning life skills in the classroom and the forest.

Throughout Advent the whole school have joined daily for a time of worship, a Christmas story and to open a door of the Advent Calendar around a tree decorated by the children. Today we ended with a time of celebration and the children cheered on the staff in a time of fun and games. May we take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy and healthy Christmas and thank you for all your support during this last challenging year.

The whole school enjoyed a day of tree planting today, thanks to the free saplings provided by the Woodland Trust. We have planted 5 silver birch trees, 4 Rowans and 3 ‘mystery trees’ (the particular species is yet to be confirmed) The children enjoyed a hot juice and a biscuit by the fire and all the adults were super impressed with Class 1’s story in their circle time!

Christmas Party Day!