The latest newsletter and menu have been sent out – look here.
Last Friday disaster struck our partner school in Uganda when the year 1 and boy’s dormitory roofs were severely damaged by torrential rain and storms. We are asking for extra support to help them to repair the damage swiftly. Sadly, many books and other resources were also lost.
Help with the fundraising by making and/or buying cakes after school on Friday 7th April @ 3.15pm.
Thank you to all parents, grandparents and children who have supported us on Red Nose Day 2017. We are all wearing red, we held a special assembly and this afternoon we will be holding wacky races on the playground and school field, with tea and cakes.
And here are the wacky races for key stage 1 (with brilliant help and leadership from our school sports ambassadors), and the cross-country running for key stage 2.
Thanks to all the children (and parents/grandparents!) who supported our Fairtrade Breakfast this morning. They enjoyed hot chocolate, juice, bananas and toast and jam. Key Stage 2 tomorrow! Also, thank you to the staff and PTA who provided and organized the breakfast.
Well done to all the members of our successful hockey and tag rugby teams.
We are successfully using the Maths No Problem scheme of work throughout the school beginning in year 1. This scheme has been developed using the principles of how maths is so successfully taught in Singapore. There are some excellent videos that explain some of the thinking and methods. If you prefer to read about it, have a look under the ‘Our Approach’ tab on the Maths No Problem website.