We had a Roman day at school on Thursday 6th December and dressed up as Romans or Celts. We made wreaths from coloured paper, drawing lines to add detail to leaves and cut them out. Our teachers measured our heads and we stuck the leaves onto card which was then put around our heads to read more »
Today our year 2 pupils witnessed their own tiny version of the Great Fire of London. They watched as the wind blew the flames from house to house until the blaze engulfed the entire town. The memorable event was thoroughly enjoyed by the pupils and staff who now have a greater understanding of the event read more »
As part of our Victorian topic, we visited Scaplen’s Court in Poole. Year 5 dressed as Victorians and we took the coach to Poole. We experienced life as Victorians – it was scary, especially Mrs Jelly (who showed us around) when she was playing the role of a Victorian! We played Victorian games such as read more »
Visit to the school 08.10.2018 regarding Health & Safety I met with Julie Pullman (Finance and Business Manager) to investigate and discuss the school’s procedures regarding Health & Safety, having been tasked by the FGB with the responsibility of overseeing this area on behalf of the Governing body. To begin with we discussed the current read more »
GOVERNORS NAMES: Ellen Zapiec and James Baker DATE: 21.9.2018 TEACHER: Mrs. Kate Bladon, Mrs Clare Parkinson Governor’s comments & observations: I met with Kate and Clare to discuss how the provision for SEND pupils was at the beginning of this new academic year 2018/19. I was told that there are currently 104/578 of pupils on read more »
Good evening all. As the heavens decided to well and truly open after school, our gardening club took the opportunity to enjoy some garden inspired art. Sycamore seed dragonflies were on the menu and making them was a thoroughly enjoyable way to spend our time in the dry and warm.