Monthly Archives: May 2015

Knights, Owls and a Great Week Away!

Well, that was a short half term, wasn’t it? It is amazing how much you can pack into five weeks: SATs, parents meetings, inspiration days and a residential visit for our Year 6 children are just a few highlights. This … Continue reading

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Fun in the sun and rain

Kingswood (for the time we’ve been here) has been one of the most exhilarating times of the Year 6’s lives. With supporting instructors and an amazing landscape, Kingswood has been an incredible adventure whilst developing a smile on every child’s … Continue reading

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Conquering Our Fears!

What a blast we had for our last activity today – the zip wire. Not everyone was feeling as confident as others, including me (Riley), however everyone at least gave it a go and had fun. The walk up the … Continue reading

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Wow! What a start to Residential!

We’ve only been here a day and a half and we’ve already done 6 activities. Each one of them has tested our perseverance, courage and team work. Our favourite so far has been the low ropes because there were lots … Continue reading

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A Busy SATs Week

We are always proud of the efforts of our children but this week we have been bursting with pride as our Year 6 children tackled their end of Key Stage 2 tests. From Monday to Thursday this week, the children … Continue reading

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And the Winner is…

My mother always told me that it was not a good thing to discuss religion or politics if you want to avoid controversy. Our children don’t believe that if this week’s evidence is anything to go by. Lots of classes … Continue reading

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It’s Good To Talk!

We started on Monday with an assembly in which I talked to the children about following your passions in life in order to be successful. I used the brilliant Yorkshire musician Kate Rusby as an example of someone who has … Continue reading

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