Archive | July, 2014


Our school garden

Our school garden was open last weekend for the National Gardens Scheme.  Lots of people came to see our beautiful garden, including staff and governors from other schools. £305 was raised by selling  drinks and yummy cakes. By Ryley  and Alfie Click here to view photographs of our garden

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Celebration Assembly in the garden

Year 2 had a celebration assembly. Our parents came to see our work in our classrooms and the school garden. Thank you to parents for coming, and thank you to the Garden Gang for looking after our beautiful and colourful garden. Click here to view some photographs of our garden. By Ellis and Naomi

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Garden Open Day success! UPDATE

UPDATE: On the weekend of 19th and 20th July, we opened our school garden to the public under the National Gardens Scheme.  We raised £305 selling refreshments and cakes and welcomed many visitors who signed our visitors book.  Some of their comments are displayed at the bottom of this page. We had a very successful read more »

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WW2 vehicles

World War Two Week

As part of our history learning, the school was involved in a commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the WW2 D-Day landings. 1940’s clothing was displayed in the school library, and guests were invited to speak about their wartime experiences.  Year 6 pupils helped other children across the school learn about the sacrifices made by read more »

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Our Miniature Gardens

In June our class made miniature gardens. We each had a container which we filled with soil. Mrs Palmer had a box containing shells, bark, sticks and string which we used to decorate our gardens. We enjoyed looking in the box for things to decorate with. We liked the washing lines which some people made for read more »

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