Macmillan Biggest Coffee Morning

A big thank you to everyone who came along to our 'Macmillan's Biggest Coffee Morning' on Thursday 26th September. We had tea, coffee and lots of cake as well as running a 'guess how many sweets in the jar competition and a huge raffle. We raised a fantastic £172.89.

KS1 Celebration Assembly

There were lots of keyword certificates awarded this week. Well done and thank you for practising these and supporting the children at home! Well done to the children receiving achievement leaves for perseverance, independence and resilience, in line with our school values Our buddy awards were nominated for helping others and for being a good friend. Well done! Carnarvon won the team cup for the second week running 2B won the attendance cup with 97.3%. also for the second week running Can anyone stop Carnarvon and 2B from making it a hat-trick of wins next week?

KS2 Celebration Assembly

Our KS2 assembly this week was introduced by our school council who told us about the charity ‘Jeans for Genes’ and the excellent work that they do supporting people with genetic disorders. It was great to see everyone in school supporting our day by wearing their jeans to school. Well done to those children receiving achievement leaves this week for such great reasons as independent working, helping others, pushing themselves to exceed their targets and acting upon constructive criticism. Stormont won the team cup 4A won the attendance cup with a perfect 100%

Year 3 Stone Age Day

Year 3 started their new school year with an amazing stone age themed day. All the children came in wearing costumes and were excited to learn about their new topic. The day began with the children investigating a range of images of the stone age and generating some statements and questions about this period. In maths, we looked at early counting systems and then in groups we made our own counting system using different symbols to represent numbers. The afternoon was focused on art and making stone age bone necklaces from salt dough, moulded to look like bones or teeth of stone age animals. All the children thoroughly enjoyed designing and wearing their necklaces. Following this, the childr

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