Pancake Day!

The children have been celebrating ‘Shrove Tuesday’ and thinking about the start of LENT by making pancakes, tossing pancakes, racing with pancakes and best of all – eating pancakes! Great technique Mrs W!  
Read More

Project Rainforest

The Year 3 & Year 4 topic for Term 3 has been the Rainforest. In English they have heard stories about the RainforestĀ and written diary entries about living in it. In Geography they have investigated where in the world the Rainforest is and used their I.T. skills to find out what animals live there. All the children know the Rainforest comprises four layers: Floor, Understory, Canopy and Emergent and which animals live in which part. They have also done some fantastic artwork and this has formed the displays in the School Hall – perfect as a backdrop to our “I’m
Read More

Music Makers!

We think it is fantastic that all our Year 3 and Year 4 children can not only learn to read music, but also play the recorder and make it sound nice!! Here are some of Year 4 playing a piece in two parts – an ostinato and a tune! Super!
Read More

Jumping Gymnastics!

Year 5 have been working on Team Gymnastic routines this term with fantastic results. Each of the five groups composed routines themselves on a theme of mirroring, matching, synchronizing, rhythm and pace. Watch this group – evidence of all areas! Well done Y5!
Read More

Swimming Stars!

Our Y3/4 & Y5/6 Swimming Squads once again returned victorious from the Wolds School Sports Partnership event held at the Louth Meridian Centre. Competing in the Large Schools event, we achieved many individual and relay victories to come out on top in both categories and overall. This is a fantastic achievement as we were swimming against three schools larger than ourselves. Next stop the County Finals in Grantham which take place in March. Well done to everyone who took part.
Read More

Inuit Igloo!

A big thank you to everyone for drinking litres and litres of milk and sending in hundreds of containers to build our very own igloo in Foundation Stage. The children will be using it as a reading hideaway and living in it like an ‘Inuit’! Brilliant!
Read More

Away in a Manger

Foundation Stage recreated a delightful Nativity scene as seen through the eyes of Maurice, a grumpy donkey who didn’t like other animals using his manger! To think the children have only been in school a matter of weeks, they were amazing at remembering their lines and learning the songs. We heard every word – well and truly!! Wonderful!
Read More

A Celebration of Christmas Songs!

The children of Y1/2 looked and sounded great as they shared a variety of seasonal songs with parents, grandparents and friends for their annual Christmas Concert. Well done to all the children for a wonderful performance and for helping us to get into the Christmas spirit.
Read More

Carolling at Elizabeth Court!

Foundation Stage received a lovely reception from the residents of Elizabeth Court when they visited to sing a selection of the Christmas concert songs they have been learning. Naturally, all the residents thought the children were wonderful and a great time was had by all.
Read More

Tree-mendous Time!

Christmas fun for Foundation Stage! A wonderful afternoon was had by all in Foundation Stage when parents and grandparents joined the children in decorating the school Christmas tree and shared in a range of activities. Most popular must have been the decorating of ‘Rudolf Cakes’ which barely had chance to reach the sponge before they were eaten! To round off events, all the children sang ‘Away in a Manger’ and were given a ‘Real Advent Calendar’ so that the children can countdown to Christmas and learn about the Christmas Story at the same time as eating Fairtrade chocolate! Christmas can
Read More