Whole School Gallery
Woburn Safari - Whole School Trip
Sports Day 2017
Number Day- NSPCC Fundraiser
We had a fantastic, fun-filled day of Maths on Friday 3rd February. We took part in Number Day to raise money for the charity NSPCC. Throughout the day, the children took part in lots of exciting and challenging Maths activities, including: number hunts, making cakes, measuring suspicious foot prints, adding scores made on target boards, quizes, solving alien secret messages, creating shapes, problem solving and exploring triangluar, square and cubed numbers! The whole school were also set a secret code challenge by Mrs Varley. They had to find 10 hidden sums around the school, they then worked out the sums and matched the answer to a letter. The letters then created a secret message (Maths is fun!). All of the correct entries went into a prize draw at the end of the day!
Children in Need
Autumn Home learning
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The Queen's 90th Birthday celebrations at Church
We had a great time celebrating the Queen's 90th Birthday at Church. Reverend Liz and some people from the local community set up lots of exciting activities for us to take part in. The children made a birthday card, decorated cakes, made crowns, made bunting, wrote prayers and learnt how to play the national anthem on the hand bells!
Although we ended up with soggy socks, we all had a great time running a mile around our school field to raise money for Sport Relief. We learnt about the charity and where/ who our money would help and the children were very proud of their fundraising efforts!
World Book Day
We had a super day for World Book Day. The children and the staff all dressed up as their favourite book characters and everyone looked great. Throughout the day the children took part in lots of book activities but the highlight of the day was when the staff acted out a story for the children in assembly!
The children look forward to their Christmas lunch every year. It is always a very festive occasion with the children all sitting together in the village hall, pulling crackers, singing Christmas songs and enjoying their turkey dinner (served to them by their teachers)!
Art Exhibition at the Methodist Church
An art exhibition was held at our local Methodist church to showcase some of our fantatsic art work. All of the children completed different pieces of art work which linked to some of our school's Core Christian Values. The children were very proud to see their art work up on display and enjoyed admiring each others work
Year 3/4 football tournament
Nine Year 3 and 4 children took part in the local schools football tournament in Lutterworth. Many of the children had never played football before but they all tried really hard in every match they played. The children had a great time and were delighted when Max scored a fantastic goal against Sherrier school!
The Women's Tour
The children really enjoyed a BMX demonstration from rider Keelan Phillips on the school playground. Keelan came to our school to promote cycling and BMX bike riding. He was keen to demonstrate his tricks and we were very impressed! Some of the children and staff even got a chance to have a go!
Our school was chosen to have this great opportunity as the forthcoming Women's Cycling Tour will pass by our school on Thursday 8th May.
The Women's Tour is Britain's first International level stage race for women in the UK, taking place for the first time from 7th to 11th of May 2014. The tour will attract the best riders in the world, including Olympic and World Champions. Click on the logo to go to their website to find out more.
We celebrated Science and Engineering week by dedicating a special day to Science. The children took part in a variety of exciting activities which involved making slime and putty, balloon rockets, chromatography, mixing solids and liquids and two special forensic science challenges. We were very lucky to have Mrs Green and Mrs Rowley running science sessions, as well as Nicola from the Education Group. Nicole ran two forensic science activities which involved the children working out who broke into a safe and who stole the dog. This was done by identifying DNA samples, footprints and fingerprints.
We managed to raise £193 for sport relief this year! The children raised the money by dressing up in sporty clothes, running a mile around the school field, roller skating on the playground and buying tickets for a sporty raffle!
World Book Day
In order to celebrate World Book day, the children dressed up as their favourite book characters. Can you guess who the children are?