On a very cold wintery day, Year 5 and 6 travelled to the Horstead Centre for their three day residential and days, all the pupils had a wonderful time challenging themselves on a range of adventurous activities. Most pupils agreed that the climbing wall and zip-wire were the scariest activities but everyone tried their best, and some even reached the top of the climbing wall – a very challenging task!
The favourite activity was definitely the crate stacking which everyone loved – the highest stack being 13 crates. That was very high and there was lots of screams and laughter when the crates fell and everyone was left swinging in the air!
It was a wonderful three days and the staff agreed that all the class were an absolute pleasure to take away and spend time with.
On Friday the 14th of July, much fun was had by all at our end of year sports day. The pupils took part in a number of races including the egg and spoon and the sack race, which caused much laughter! All the pupils tried their hardest with nearly everyone receiving a first, second or […]
On Friday the 31st of March, we all celebrated Easter at school with a wonderful Easter service where we sang hymns and presented our Easter project on breads of the world. In Design Technology, Diamond Class investigated different bread including all the different ingredients and then explored making the dough in a focussed practical task. […]
Christmas Party Day
We were lucky on the last day of term to receive a visit from Father Christmas who gave every single pupil a wonderful Christmas present for being so good and working so hard all year. We all thanked Father Christmas and gave him a box of chocolates and some carrots for Rudolph to keep them […]