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17
May
2024
Puffin News
17/05/2024 5:09 PM

What a week it has been! 

I want to start by saying a HUGE well done to every single Year for their hard work and determination to succeed this week. It has not been an easy week but they all rose to the challenge and faced some pretty tough questions. I could not be prouder of each and every one of them. You are all amazing! 

The week was made far more fun with a hearty breakfast of waffles, pancakes, toast, brioche and fresh fruit, which was all devoured within minutes each day! After this feast, all of Year 6 went into the hall to have some fun and let loose with some team games and dancing. This meant that they were all in high spirits and ready for action. Take a look at the class page on the website for some photos of them enjoying the mornings.

The week ended with a Treat Morning today in which we all got soaked in the water fight; played hide and seek and other games in the meadow; cycled round the cycle track; challenged each other to a game of tug-of-war; and enjoyed ice cream sundaes with loads of toppings! Photos of this morning are on the class pages on the website. 

They all definitely deserve a rest this weekend. 

Well done Puffin Class. 

 

19
May
2024
Peacocks History challenge!
19/05/2024 10:35 PM

Peacocks have been finding out more about the Victorian period this week and  have found out all about the railways and the workhouses. The children used their historical enquiry skills to examine historical sources and thought about the views for and against the workhouses from Victorian times. They also did a fab drawing of a workhouse to present their findings.

 Assessments started on Friday with their first maths paper and everyone did an amazing job! Well done everyone! 

Just a reminder about projects, DT and Victorian day coming up.

Thank you to those who have already brought in a shoebox. Please could they all be in after the holidays.

Projects were sent home a couple of weeks ago are due Monday 10th June.

Victorian day is the first Friday back (one of the two day week) 7th June. We would love it if the children could come dressed the part for our fun Victorian school role play day.

Finally, year four have their national times tables test when we get back. We will be starting the week commencing 10th June.

 

17
May
2024
Kestrel News
17/05/2024 5:43 PM

Well done to EVERYONE in Kestrels for getting through an incredibly tricky week. Both Year 5 and Year 6 have had their final set of formal assessments for the year this week, and both year groups have been just fantastic.

A special thank you to our Year 5s who have been displaced to the community room each morning to be taught by Mr Allen, and have not fussed or complained once. They have wished Year 6 good luck each morning and been very patient with any short-tempers that may have surfaced on occasion!! We're really proud of you! We hope they enjoyed your icecreams and fun activities this morning as much as our Year 6s did.

Year 6 have been exemplary throughout the week. It was nationally agreed that the second maths paper was particularly challenging, but not a single person gave-up or let it defeat them. Their positivity and resilience was unbelieveable and everyone can hold their head up high knowing they have done their very best. We have had a great time this morning with our Tug-o-War, den building, waterfights, ice-cream sundae making and much more taking place; a just reward for all of their hard work.

Please see our class web page for a full gallery of pictures from the week (some can be found on the Puffin class page also).

We all need to go away this weekend and have a good rest and reset, ready for some welcome normality and new lessons next week!

Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Jarvis

17
May
2024
Puffin News
17/05/2024 5:09 PM

What a week it has been! 

I want to start by saying a HUGE well done to every single Year for their hard work and determination to succeed this week. It has not been an easy week but they all rose to the challenge and faced some pretty tough questions. I could not be prouder of each and every one of them. You are all amazing! 

The week was made far more fun with a hearty breakfast of waffles, pancakes, toast, brioche and fresh fruit, which was all devoured within minutes each day! After this feast, all of Year 6 went into the hall to have some fun and let loose with some team games and dancing. This meant that they were all in high spirits and ready for action. Take a look at the class page on the website for some photos of them enjoying the mornings.

The week ended with a Treat Morning today in which we all got soaked in the water fight; played hide and seek and other games in the meadow; cycled round the cycle track; challenged each other to a game of tug-of-war; and enjoyed ice cream sundaes with loads of toppings! Photos of this morning are on the class pages on the website. 

They all definitely deserve a rest this weekend. 

Well done Puffin Class. 

 

19
May
2024
Peacocks History challenge!
19/05/2024 10:35 PM

Peacocks have been finding out more about the Victorian period this week and  have found out all about the railways and the workhouses. The children used their historical enquiry skills to examine historical sources and thought about the views for and against the workhouses from Victorian times. They also did a fab drawing of a workhouse to present their findings.

 Assessments started on Friday with their first maths paper and everyone did an amazing job! Well done everyone! 

Just a reminder about projects, DT and Victorian day coming up.

Thank you to those who have already brought in a shoebox. Please could they all be in after the holidays.

Projects were sent home a couple of weeks ago are due Monday 10th June.

Victorian day is the first Friday back (one of the two day week) 7th June. We would love it if the children could come dressed the part for our fun Victorian school role play day.

Finally, year four have their national times tables test when we get back. We will be starting the week commencing 10th June.

 

News

19
May
2024
Peacocks History challenge!
19/05/2024 10:35 PM

Peacocks have been finding out more about the Victorian period this week and  have found out all about the railways and the workhouses. The children used their historical enquiry skills to examine historical sources and thought about the views for and against the workhouses from Victorian times. They also did a fab drawing of a workhouse to present their findings.

 Assessments started on Friday with their first maths paper and everyone did an amazing job! Well done everyone! 

Just a reminder about projects, DT and Victorian day coming up.

Thank you to those who have already brought in a shoebox. Please could they all be in after the holidays.

Projects were sent home a couple of weeks ago are due Monday 10th June.

Victorian day is the first Friday back (one of the two day week) 7th June. We would love it if the children could come dressed the part for our fun Victorian school role play day.

Finally, year four have their national times tables test when we get back. We will be starting the week commencing 10th June.

 

17
May
2024
Kestrel News
17/05/2024 5:43 PM

Well done to EVERYONE in Kestrels for getting through an incredibly tricky week. Both Year 5 and Year 6 have had their final set of formal assessments for the year this week, and both year groups have been just fantastic.

A special thank you to our Year 5s who have been displaced to the community room each morning to be taught by Mr Allen, and have not fussed or complained once. They have wished Year 6 good luck each morning and been very patient with any short-tempers that may have surfaced on occasion!! We're really proud of you! We hope they enjoyed your icecreams and fun activities this morning as much as our Year 6s did.

Year 6 have been exemplary throughout the week. It was nationally agreed that the second maths paper was particularly challenging, but not a single person gave-up or let it defeat them. Their positivity and resilience was unbelieveable and everyone can hold their head up high knowing they have done their very best. We have had a great time this morning with our Tug-o-War, den building, waterfights, ice-cream sundae making and much more taking place; a just reward for all of their hard work.

Please see our class web page for a full gallery of pictures from the week (some can be found on the Puffin class page also).

We all need to go away this weekend and have a good rest and reset, ready for some welcome normality and new lessons next week!

Have a lovely weekend,

Mrs Jarvis

17
May
2024
Puffin News
17/05/2024 5:09 PM

What a week it has been! 

I want to start by saying a HUGE well done to every single Year for their hard work and determination to succeed this week. It has not been an easy week but they all rose to the challenge and faced some pretty tough questions. I could not be prouder of each and every one of them. You are all amazing! 

The week was made far more fun with a hearty breakfast of waffles, pancakes, toast, brioche and fresh fruit, which was all devoured within minutes each day! After this feast, all of Year 6 went into the hall to have some fun and let loose with some team games and dancing. This meant that they were all in high spirits and ready for action. Take a look at the class page on the website for some photos of them enjoying the mornings.

The week ended with a Treat Morning today in which we all got soaked in the water fight; played hide and seek and other games in the meadow; cycled round the cycle track; challenged each other to a game of tug-of-war; and enjoyed ice cream sundaes with loads of toppings! Photos of this morning are on the class pages on the website. 

They all definitely deserve a rest this weekend. 

Well done Puffin Class.