A huge thank you to the PSA who organised an Easter bonnet and Easter garden competition for the end of term. It was lovely to welcome Hilary back to judge the entries!
KS2 took a trip out to Wadebridge show ground to the school Farm and Country Days. We had lots of great experiences!
KS2 have been lucky enough to have a fantastic gymnastics coach visiting this term. Look at what they have achieved!
Walking home alone.
Please note that the school advises that children under the age of 8 MUST be accompanied by an adult.
If you would like your child to walk home and they are over this age, please come to the office to complete a form.
Children who are aged 7 and above can walk home with older siblings at the discretion of their parents.
17th November 2017
The children on the school council decided that we should all come to school in our pyjamas to raise money for Children in Need. The PSA kindly decorated biscuits with the children. We raised £126.12 for this fantastic charity. Thank-you to everyone who supported this event.
14th November 2017
We had a visit from three archaeologists as part of a Heritage Lottery-funded project, Understanding Landscapes. Activities included learning about the Iron Age, making round houses using sticks and playdough, removing the sticks, then covering them in sand to represent soil before excavating each other’s sites to find the marks left by the structures. The children were really engaged in the activities and learnt a lot about the work of archaeologists and what it was like to live in the Iron age.
28th June 2017
Thank-you to everyone who took part in our Race for Life today. Unfortunately we had a typical summers day with lots of rain but despite this everyone took part with great enthusiasm. Some children were so enthusiastic they wanted to run the circuit again when they finished! Maybe next time we'll have to plan a longer route for some children! A huge well done to everyone who took part. Even though it wasn't a race as the challenge was to complete the distance whether that was running or walking some children did exceptionally well. George M (Y5) came first, Simon (Y3) came second and Jake (Y5) came third. These children were closely followed by Mathew (Y2), Jack (Y5), Owen (Y3), Arthur (Y1) and Alfie (Y2). We will let you know how much money we raised next week.