Every year, the children are invited into the hall to look at the Winter Production backdrop and take a guess at how many stars are on the backdrop. This year was a little different, a blizzard was painted so the children had to guess how many snowflakes. There were a handful of children that came
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Santa took time out from his busiest time of the year to visit the school in a fly-by. The RAF were on hand to give him a lift in a Puma helicopter whilst his sleigh is being prepped by elves for present delivery.
A fabulous time was had by all on Year 4’s on Chocolate Day, a day where we bend the rules and have chocolate for breakfast, lunch and tea (healthy eating returns the next day, don’t worry!). All the children dressed up and we had the full cast of Charlie and the Chocolate factory represented, complete
A huge well done to the Y6 boys’ football team for their success over the last two weeks in their first matches of the Oxfordshire Schools FA! 4-2 against St Nicholas School last week and a massive 13-1 against St Michael’s School this week!! Brilliant teamwork and sportsmanship from them all. Congratulations to the whole
KS2 Children were participated in an assembly show which involved lots of audience participation from pupils and staff alike. There was plenty of French vocabulary used, from a French directions rap song, to Pierre the main actor balancing on a unicycle! Food, the weather, numbers, time, colours, gender, parts of the body, directions, pets, animals,
Group 1 – Mountain Walking Group 2 – Mountain Walking Group 3 – Ropes, Zip and Climbing Wall Group 4 – Mountain Walking Group 5 – Mountain Walking Mr Eyre – Ropes, Zip and Climbing Wall