On Friday the 30th of June, an unusual event took place in the junior hall; a professional excavator performed an amazing assembly about dinosaurs. He focused on one particular dinosaur: the T- Rex. During the assembly, he presented to the school a three-week-old T-Rex, a footprint of a fully grown T-Rex and finally a giant 7 year old T-Rex. This was epic as they brought an actual 7-year-old T-Rex int the hall. The hall went wild with excitement as the dinosaur wondered around the hall. Year 4 got pictures with this beast as this was their topic. Thanks to Mr Adams for organising this event.
The Reception classes have been visited by Mrs Lake, a school Nurse and parent volunteer, who has been teaching them to ‘be aware and wash with care’ in order to stop the spreading of germs!
The children took it in turns to check for germs on their hands using a special gel and light box and watched a demonstration on how to wash their hands properly.
After a quick trip to the bathroom to practise their new hand-washing technique the children checked their hands in the light box again to see how effective their hand washing had been. There were some surprises!
We would like to thank Mrs. Lake for taking the time to come and teach the Reception children the importance of good hand hygiene in a way that was both fun and informative!
Today the Nursery children participated in a ‘Sports Day’ event and had a fantastic time on the field, running races, tackling obstacle courses and playing ‘beat the goalie’.
It was brilliant to see so many parents there supporting, and we hope that you had as good a time watching the children compete as we did.
Well done to those that won the ‘Parents’ Race’ and to all who participated!
And a BIG thank you on behalf of the Nursery children to Mrs. Seal for organising such a fab event! 🙂
On the 26th May, year six were ‘treated’ to a hands-on first aid experience. Their fist aid instructor taught them various methods to save citizens’ lives and heal various wounds. Firstly, they learnt about the recovery position and what to do if they saw an unconscious person. Then they learnt about CPR and Mouth to Mouth Contact. They used mannequins to practise this as it is dangerous to do it on a conscious person. Finally they discussed burns and practised bandaging other people. Year six had a wonderful day learning about how to save lives…
On the 25th May, a music competition took place with a bucketload of musical talent. Mr Adams and Mrs Braddock – the school’s singing teachers – judged this competition. Eventually, after a hard week of contemplating who won, the decision was made. In the next whole-school-assembly they announced the winners and the school congratulated them with a humungous round of applause. We thanks Mr Adams and Mrs Braddock for organising this wonderful event.