Our children always show kindness and respect to others. Here is some of their artwork to show our England team that we are behind them and support them. In two words – be kind!

Over the last two days, Year 6 students have had a wonderful time on their residential camping trip. Whilst unfortunately we couldn't go far and wide for our residential this year, all of our students had fun at Ulley Activity Centre and camping out on Wickersley Partnership Trust's Cranworth fields. The students got stuck into [...]
Y6 had an amazing time at their prom on Tuesday night. They played games, ate lots of yummy food and danced the night away! It was so nice for the children to do something together in their last few weeks of primary school. I am so proud to be their teacher and thank you to [...]
Year 3 student, Jack Scott, has published his very own book, 'Connor'! During the trials and tribulations of lockdown boredom, Jack took to his diary to entertain himself and wrote about a talking dog who was his best friend. After reading snippets of the story to his mum, she encouraged Jack to type it up [...]

This week, Year 6 completed a dissection of a pig’s heart in science. We built up to this dissection, by learning the different parts of the heart and its function. We cut into the heart carefully and opened it up to see where the blood would flow, through the different vessels. Well done Y6 for […]

Class 2 have been in investigating how some plants grow from bulbs and some grow from seed.

Y1 and Y2 have commemorated the life of Captain Sir Tom Moore and they’ve discussed how he has influenced us.

Year 3 and 4 have had a very successful first week of home learning and have also been superstars in school. They've been scientists, builders and completed lots of fantastic Maths and English learning. We are so proud of all of them! We can't wait to see what they achieve this week as we begin [...]

We were artists in residence today painting portraits of Queen Victoria. We have built up our art skills over the last few weeks to look at colour mixing for skin tone and developing texture. We did an amazing job and they should be in an art gallery!  

Year 2 have been learning skills which Victorians would have used. We designed our own remembrance poppies and then worked with fabric to do running stitches.   We are really proud of our DT work!