Monthly Archives: September 2018

Robin Hood Performance


On Monday,  the school was treated to a production of ‘Robin Hood’ by Image Theatre Group. Year 4 joined in the performance enthusiastically with songs and actions. We all enjoyed the antics of Robin, Maid Marion and the Sheriff of Nottingham.

We all developed our speaking and listening skills and were fascinated by the exagerated actions and expressions on stage!

Some Year 4 pupils were even part of the onstage action!



Robin Hood Peg Dolls

After watching Image Theatre perform ‘Robin Hood’ the children have thoroughly enjoyed making peg dolls of Robin Hood and Maid Marion to take home!

We think the children have done a fantastic job!!

Year 1 Team

Crunchy Carrots

Back in June our little  gardeners sowed some carrot seeds. Last week they pulled them out,  which was very exciting for the children. The staff enjoyed a magical moment too as we watched their faces light up.

Nuggets of gold!

Our colourful carrots were crunchy.

We’re looking forward to picking our sweetcorn next.

Mrs Gibson

Autumn Walk

We would like to give you advance notice of an Autumn Walk we are planning for the Nursery children.

We will be walking from Nursery to the Flower Park, looking at different buildings and other things we may see on our walk to school. We will look at the different trees and the wildlife in the park before walking back via the shops.

We have decided to go on Tuesday 9th October in the afternoon (12.45pm) and on Wednesday 10th October in the morning (9.15am).

We can only go with the support of parents and adult friends so if you are able to help on either day please let a member of staff know and we can add you to the list. We would need around 10 extra adults per session.

Thank you

The Nursery Team

Year 2 Visit to Clifton View

The Year 2s represented our school very well when they visited Clifton View this week. Our first group of children (part of a 6 week project) went to find out about toys with some elderly residents. The children played games and chatted with their new friends. It was a rewarding experience for all concerned.

Mrs Baggley and Miss Watts