Some of our children attended the Remembrance Service in the Public Gardens on Sunday to pay their respects. Thank you to everyone who came.
A big thank you to all the parents who sent in flowers today for the Flower Festival. Sainburys also donated some flowers. The residents of Colne View and Riverside Court were overwhelmed by our children's generosity, behaviour and maturity.
The Book Bus came to visit us today. Children from Year 4, 5 and 6 swapped some of our library books for new ones. The children can't wait to get reading!
Year Five enjoyed an exciting trip to The Ramsey Academy this week as part of their topic on The Ancient Greeks and ceramics. They learnt new skills and made clay pots that will be fired and then painted at school. The children found making the pots a good challenge but they had great fun making them and they learnt a lot. Thank you to The Ramsey Academy for hosting the sessions.
We have an exciting few weeks back at school! We've welcomed our new Reception children and they are settling well into the school community.
Last week, Year 5 stayed at Kingswood in West Runton.
Year 6 enjoyed a trip to London last week to watch Disney's Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre. They walked from the London Eye and over Tower Bridge to the theatre, taking in the landmarks of London.
On Wednesday, pupils and staff from the school dressed up as 'A Moment in History'. We had rockabilly chicks, evacuees, flower power and everything neon! The children also were taught a Victorian curriculum throughout the day. On Thursday morning, each year group took it in turns to participate in our Dance-a-Thon! We also recreated a Victorian photo outside the school to compare how times have changed.
Today we enjoyed our first day of festivites! Please click read more to find out what we got up to!
Artist in residence and ex pupil Will Claridge worked with every pupil in the school to create a very special memory to mark the school's 175th anniversary. We are delighted with the finished work of art.
We have some very special events planned for our 175th Anniversary Celebration! To celebrate this amazing milestone, we have a week full of festivities planned! Click to see the full article with more information.
Local artist, Will Claridge, visited Year 3 this week. He engaged the children by talking about his own artwork and inspirations. He linked the artwork to their topic of Jack and The Beanstalk by doing leaf printing.