School Council 2018-19
Miss Gilberthorpe is leading weekly forest school sessions across the school. During our first sessions, children illustrated bunting to show what they hoped to do over the coming weeks, dens were built, clay monsters created and, above all, the children worked independently, beginning to understand how they need to take responsibility for managing risks in order to stay safe.
The children will be asked to bring waterproof clothing including stout footwear such as wellies or hiking boots and waterproof trousers, as we intend to go to the woods in fair weather or foul!
Thank you to friends and family for their support on our MacMillan Coffee afternoon - once again this was a great success. We are very proud of the way the School Council organised, greeted and generally took the lead in running this event. There are definitely a few leaders in business growing in our ranks!
We raised a fabulous £100.74 while enjoying lovely cakes and great company.
Blue Planet Fortnight
We are excited to be taking part in a project inspired by the current concerns about the negative impact of plastic on our environment which was highlighted on David Attenborough's recent programme 'The Blue Planet'. Please click on the link below to find details of some of the activities and events that are taking place across our Partnership.
Fee, Fie, Fo, Fum!
Our end of term production this year, was another great success! Here are some photos from our evening performance:
Whole School Trip to Eden
We had a wonderful day out at the Eden Project this year. The trip linked to our topics of 'Gardening' (KS2)and 'Jack and the Beanstalk' (EYFS/KS1) but was also planned as a reward for a year of learning!
Every December, the school puts on a fantastic end of term performance for their families and friends at Lee Moor Public Hall. Last year's play was 'Dick Whittington'.