To coincide with World Book Day we hosted a Scholastic Book Fayre in the school hall. Children visited the fayre with their class during the day and the fayre was opened to parents on Monday and Wednesday afternoon. The school receives money from each book sold and this will be used to improve our own class library in school. We will let you know the amount raised shortly. Thank you to everyone who supported us.
On Tuesday 13th March, all classes from Year R to Year 5 participated in a legendary Lego workshop for our DT day. Two amazing people called Mr Garside and Maria hosted the event. We were challenged to build a sports village complete with houses, train stations, ports and sporting arenas (many were impeccably built). At the end of the workshop all of the children came together to share and look at their amazing designs and inventions. Sadly we had to dismantle the models (a few tears were shed)! We all thoroughly enjoyed the workshops. Mrs Clarke, who organised the event, said "The teamwork and engagement was fabulous - it was a great day!" Sophie H in Year 5 said "There is only one word to sum up the event...AMAZING!" Thank you to the PTFA for funding the event.
Written by Ruby and Hayden G
During the Full Governing Body Meeting on Tuesday, our Pupil Parliament Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister gave a very impressive presentation to the governors. Elaina and Lily were both confident, clear and very knowledgeable and they shared their enthusiasm for our Pupil Parliament so well.
Mrs Clark accompanied two Eco Warriors to a cluster event at Bengeworth Academy on Thursday. They met with children from other local schools and shared their ideas.