Monthly Archives: October 2018

Attendance W/E Friday 26th October 2018

Our attendance this week was 95.8%.

Class 7 had outstanding attendance this week with 99%.

Class 9 were all here on time every day.

Have a great half term.

See you all on Monday 5th November.

Mrs Butler

NTU Clay Project

Year 3 had a fabulous time at Nottingham Trent University today.  They worked with a number of students in an art studio to bring their canopic jar designs to life!  They worked with clay and a number of different tools to become expert potters.  Their fantastic jars are going to be put in the kiln and then returned to school so that they can glaze them.  By Christmas, each child should have a beautiful, hand-crafted canopic jar of their own.

Adding in detail

Rolling the clay.

Shaping the Egyptian god.

Using our designs to help us!

Making a coil ready for the pot.

The children were an absolute delight to take and their behaviour during the session made us all proud.  All the Lower Key Stage Two staff would also like to thank the parents that came along to help – you made the trip go so smoothly!

Mrs Walker-Jones



The Reverend Owen Page led the assembly which included poems and prayers from Year 6 children. The choir also sang a beautiful song.


We spent our gardening session looking for signs of Autumn. We learnt what the difference is between deciduous and evergreen trees and the power of green in leaves!

KS1 Team

Class 5 – Toy Marble Jar Treat

Dear parent/carers,

On Thursday 25th October, Class 5 are having a marble jar treat. To end our Toy Topic, the children may bring in a toy from home to play with in class. Please ensure that the toy is inexpensive and not electrical. Please also make sure your child’s toy is clearly labelled with their name.

Thank you,

Miss Watts