Thursday 8 September 2016

As parents have been made aware (by email) the current website is being replaced. Mr Lambillion-Jameson has spent a considerable time during the summer holiday designing a new site. It is almost ready and will go live very soon. Please look out for it. The old website is no longer being updated. Thank you for your co-operation.

Wednesday 13 July 2016

African Adventure Day 3: Another very active day.The three main activities were:
Low Ropes
Climbing Wall
The three groups took turns to complete each activity. This was followed by orienteering before an African supper. The boys also prepared for their night in the Village before their evening meal. Let's hope that the weather is fairly warm overnight.

Tuesday 12 July 2016

Day 2 The day was rounded off with a trip to the beach. Where has Joseph's body gone?

DAY 2 : Tuesday.
Another activity involved building a bridge so that some keys could be retrieved from a raft in a lake. It was amazing to see how sturdy our structures were.
Tuesday 12 July

Each group experienced working as a team to clear a minefield. It was tricky work and at least one team set a mine off before it was made safe.

Monday 11 July 2016

African Adventure 2016 Day 1

An excellent start to the week.We have spent time in an African Village and enjoyed activities around the centre.  We have made new friends and are now enjoying a cup of hot chocolate before bed.

Wednesday 15 June 2016

PTFA Glow Party

A fantastic time was had by everyone who attended the PTFA Glow party on the evening of Friday 10th June 2016.

Queen's birthday

On Friday 10th June, in celebration of the Queen's 90th Birthday, the pupils enjoyed a very different lunch. They had a 'street party' on the playground. Red Class made a union flag cake with different types of fruit providing the colours.

Friday 27 May 2016

Visit to Framlingham, May 2016

The whole school enjoyed a trip to Framlingham Castle on Monday 23rd May 2016. Blue Class also visited the church and looked at the tombs inside. Pupils took notes for their history studies and made sketches to be developed in to prints and pictures back at school. The trip inspired some excellent writing which was demonstrated by some of the writers of the week.

Wall of fame 27th May 2016

Awards 27th May 2016

Friday 29 April 2016

Community Award

 April 29th 2016       Community Award: Following Rules

Writer Of The Week

Mathematician of the Week 29th April 2016
Writer of the Week April 29th 2016

Friday 18 March 2016

Hockey Match

Last week, pupils from Y5 and 6 took on a group of Y7 pupils from the high school in a hockey match. Led by their coach, Mr Kendall, the team faced an opposition much older and bigger than them, but played fantastically, winning the game 8-1.

A big thank you to Mr Kendall for his coaching and organisation of the match and Mrs Sandall for fielding a Y7 team to pitch against us.

Red Class Mail Art

Mrs Elliott recently worked with pupils in Red Class to do some Mail Art, using mono-printing techniques to produce hearts and envelopes.

They were sent to Mail Artist Rebecca Guyver who has posted them on her blog.

Thursday 3 March 2016

World Book Day

Today, for World Book Day,  pupils and staff celebrated their favourite books by dressing up as a book character. I hope you enjoy the photos below. Thank you to all the parents, who provided such excellent costumes.