After the Easter break our SMILE topic will be Self-esteem. Please discuss this word at home, see the questions below to aid your discussions. What does this word mean to you? What are you good at at school? How do you help at home? What do you think are your best qualities? What do you […]
Congratulations to Millie Emery 5RB who chose the winning name ‘Harmony!’ It was a very tough choice for our student council as all of the entries were fantastic. We feel that the name Harmony represents peace, calmness and working together all aspects of the SMILE project! Well-done to all of those who entered! Miss McNally […]
Many children from Year R to Year 3 take part in our weekly Family FUNS sessions. They are an opportunity for children and their families to develop their sporting and social skills in scenario based play and above all to have fun! Please see our Family FUNS blog to find out more! Miss McNally and […]
The Ancient Greeks believed that all of the different forms of love could be categorised into 4 groups. If you could sort the forms into 4 groups what would you call them? Please comment with the category titles and examples!
Thank-you to all of the children who have taken part in our mascot naming competition so far. We were due to announce the winner in tomorrow’s assembly but would like to extend the deadline to give more children the chance to enter. Entries must be in by the morning of Friday 18th March. The school […]
On Monday we held a SMILE project assembly to keep our staff and children updated with our exciting project. Children from Year 3 and Red and Yellow class presented some of the activities that they had been involved with this term in our ‘Empathy, love and freindship’ topic. Children from Red and Yellow class also […]
Thank-you to all of our pupils, parents and staff who participated in our ‘Walk to School Week!’ We were very impressed with the number of people who made a fantastic effort to take part. The winning classes were 1DW with 24 pupils walking throughout the week and 4JD with 27. Pupils were presented with prizes […]