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Armchair Basketball Winners

This evening we held an armchair basketball competition at school. We played teams from Hillside Primary School and St Ann's Primary School. Our children had never played the sport before and it certainly looked trickier than you might have imagined.

I am delighted to say that our A team won the competition. Congratulations to Lauren, Daniel, Adam and Temple.

 

Welcome Reverend James

We had a fabulous assembly this morning to welcome the new vicar at St Andrew's Church, Reverend James. He visited our school with Mr Dabbs and KS1 and KS2 welcomed him in their own special way. We shared information about our schoool including:

Mothers' Day Activities

It was lovely to welcome mums into school today in Y1 and Y5 for our 'Bring your mum to school week'. They were enjoying some excellent fun maths activities together which was lovely to see. I particularly enjoyed watching the children who were doubling numbers using iced biscuits and chocolate drops. Learning is always better if we can combine it with food!

We love inviting our families into school and we hope that all mums who come into school have a great time learning alongside their children.

Mrs Lee's Sewing Club - Mondays, Y1 and 2

Every Monday lunchtime I meet with 10 girls from KS1 and have lots of fun in Sewing Club. The girls have been making hand puppets and the first one was finished today.

Here is a very proud Zoya with her hand puppet. Well done Zoya!

Y4 Residential Visit to London - 16th and 17th March, 2017

It was an absolute delight to join Y4 on their trip to London last week. We left school at 6.30am and travelled down with 30 excitable children and 6 jolly staff and arrived to a London bathed in bright sunshine. Then began a fun filled two days worth of activities.

Y3 Assembly

This morning I watched a stunning class assembly by the year 3 children all about The Great Kapok Tree that they have been reading in English. The performance was stunning. The children all spoke beautifully, their acting was excellent and the singing was delightful. I was very proud of them all.

Well done Year 3. You were fabulous!

Meerkat Mayhem

On Friday 3rd March we had a mobile zoo come and visit Y2 as part of their learning around the book Meerkat Mail. We had two very lively (and smelly the children said) meerkats who we were able to watch and touch who came to play in our new building. They bought along with them a hedgehog, a snake and an owl too.

World Book Day fun

Today we celebrated World Book Day. We had great fun. All children dressed up as their favourite book character and spent the day looking at 'A Child of Books' by Oliver Jeffers. The following photos show the book we have read and Amaan dressed as George from George's Marvellous Medicine.

          

It is a wonderful book which demonstrates how we are all a product of what we read.

5M Police Cadets Presentation - 17.2.17

We had a fabulous day in school today. Our first police cadets were presented with certificates to mark their successful completion of the Police Cadets course that they studied with PC Justine. They really enjoyed the course. They learned so much that will be useful to them as adults out in the wide world.

Congratulations to Alexia, Gracie, Mackenzie, Isha, Leah, Lauren and Dawson. We are very proud of you.

Fencing Competition Winners

On Monday we had a fencing competition at Sneyd Green Primary. Lots of schools from across the city came along to take part in the challenge. We entered a team and the children were very enthusiastic about the competition. They participated well and behaved impeccably.

I was absolutely delighted to discover that the overall winner was James Dawes from Year 3. Well done James. We are so impressed with you.

Here he is in action.

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Headteacher's blog

Armchair Basketball Winners

This evening we held an armchair basketball competition at school. We played teams from Hillside Primary School and St Ann's Primary School. Our children had never played the sport before and it certainly looked trickier than you might have imagined.

I am delighted to say that our A team won the competition. Congratulations to Lauren, Daniel, Adam and Temple.

 

Welcome Reverend James

We had a fabulous assembly this morning to welcome the new vicar at St Andrew's Church, Reverend James. He visited our school with Mr Dabbs and KS1 and KS2 welcomed him in their own special way. We shared information about our schoool including:

Mothers' Day Activities

It was lovely to welcome mums into school today in Y1 and Y5 for our 'Bring your mum to school week'. They were enjoying some excellent fun maths activities together which was lovely to see. I particularly enjoyed watching the children who were doubling numbers using iced biscuits and chocolate drops. Learning is always better if we can combine it with food!

We love inviting our families into school and we hope that all mums who come into school have a great time learning alongside their children.

Mrs Lee's Sewing Club - Mondays, Y1 and 2

Every Monday lunchtime I meet with 10 girls from KS1 and have lots of fun in Sewing Club. The girls have been making hand puppets and the first one was finished today.

Here is a very proud Zoya with her hand puppet. Well done Zoya!

Y4 Residential Visit to London - 16th and 17th March, 2017

It was an absolute delight to join Y4 on their trip to London last week. We left school at 6.30am and travelled down with 30 excitable children and 6 jolly staff and arrived to a London bathed in bright sunshine. Then began a fun filled two days worth of activities.

Y3 Assembly

This morning I watched a stunning class assembly by the year 3 children all about The Great Kapok Tree that they have been reading in English. The performance was stunning. The children all spoke beautifully, their acting was excellent and the singing was delightful. I was very proud of them all.

Well done Year 3. You were fabulous!

Meerkat Mayhem

On Friday 3rd March we had a mobile zoo come and visit Y2 as part of their learning around the book Meerkat Mail. We had two very lively (and smelly the children said) meerkats who we were able to watch and touch who came to play in our new building. They bought along with them a hedgehog, a snake and an owl too.

World Book Day fun

Today we celebrated World Book Day. We had great fun. All children dressed up as their favourite book character and spent the day looking at 'A Child of Books' by Oliver Jeffers. The following photos show the book we have read and Amaan dressed as George from George's Marvellous Medicine.

          

It is a wonderful book which demonstrates how we are all a product of what we read.

5M Police Cadets Presentation - 17.2.17

We had a fabulous day in school today. Our first police cadets were presented with certificates to mark their successful completion of the Police Cadets course that they studied with PC Justine. They really enjoyed the course. They learned so much that will be useful to them as adults out in the wide world.

Congratulations to Alexia, Gracie, Mackenzie, Isha, Leah, Lauren and Dawson. We are very proud of you.

Fencing Competition Winners

On Monday we had a fencing competition at Sneyd Green Primary. Lots of schools from across the city came along to take part in the challenge. We entered a team and the children were very enthusiastic about the competition. They participated well and behaved impeccably.

I was absolutely delighted to discover that the overall winner was James Dawes from Year 3. Well done James. We are so impressed with you.

Here he is in action.

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