School News

Today, the EYFS and KS1 children got the opportunity to see a real tractor and sit in the driving seat! It wasn't just the children who had a great time...all of the teachers had a sneaky drive of the tractor too!

Full marks to Mr Knight for organising this wonderful opportunity that supported our learning about farming.

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On the 12th October 2017, 9:30am - 11:30am we will be having our Open Morning where you and your child will be able to see the school in action and meet the Early Years staff and the Head Teacher. We look forward to meeting you.

Yesterday saw our EYFS and KS1 children taking part in the annual competitive Sports Day. The rain held off and the children demonstrated drive and determination on the track. The children took part in the relay race, egg and spoon race, sack race and the sprint. We were so proud of all of our children who did so well. Everyone definitely earned an ice pop at the end of the morning!

Thanks to the pre school children who came along and raced brilliantly! We have some budding athletes joining us in September!

Again, our parents did us proud and the children cheered wildly as the mums and dads raced for the finish line in the sprint and the three legged race.

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Even the teachers joined in the fun with a three legged race. Miss Jackson was determined that she would gain first place over last years champion, Mr Hainsworth. With the support of Mrs Peacock, great drive and passion were shown on their faces as they steamed ahead, overtaking the other teachers from a very early point on the track! 

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All in all, a very happy and successful day!

Today we enjoyed a red, white and blue picnic to celebrate the Queen's birthday.

On Thursday children in year 3 visited Westonbirt Arboretum and explored the new Treetop Walkway.

Children in Year 4 enjoyed a fantastic few days at the Wilderness Centre this week.

Wellbeing Week - What a fabulous week it has been. The children have demonstrated lots of sporting values this week especially self belief, perseverance and teamwork.

Our school Prefects and House Captains had a real treat today when they were given a tour of Gloucester Rugby's Kingsholm Stadium.KH3

The children in Key Stage 2 had a fabulous time playing wheelchair basketball today.

Yesterday saw our wonderful and efficient librarians running their very own cake and book stall outside The Den. The girls came up with the idea themselves and ran the stall amazingly well.

We are very proud of you girls. A huge WELL DONE! You raised a whopping £53.98.

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