We enjoyed an assembly from the County Music Service and listened to music on the recorder, fyfe, flute and clarinet.
Key Stage 1
We recently welcomed Jamie, a marine biologist, who came to talk to us about his travels around the world, working with wildlife. He had some fantastic photos and videos and kept us all entertained with his stories and fascinating facts. He is off to Antarctica soon for six months; we are going to write to
Welcome to Class One and our topic My Family and other Animals. I am pleased to say children are settling into our routines and forging some lovely friendships. The children have been busy painting self portraits and practising their cutting skills. They have enjoyed listening to the story The Tiger Who Came to Tea and
Sports Day was a great success on a hot summer’s day as the Chilterns, Red Kites, Swans and St. Giles went to battle. The children took part in hurdling, sprinting and long-distance races as well as javelin and bean bag throwing. The all important house relay race was the last race of the day, with
Years 1 – 6 visited St Mary’s in Thame for the Easter Experience. The children visited the different stations and talked to members of the St Mary’s congregation about the events of Holy week. They were commended on their behaviour, knowledge and interest. This is always a special event and the staff and children were
The children in Year 1-6 raised nearly £90 for Sport Relief on Tuesday 20th March. We did an assembly for Sport Relief and watched videos of what the money goes too such as, a skateboarding project for girls in Manchester and projects to help children access sports in Africa too. The children then took part