Monthly Archives: May 2017
Tuesday 23rd May saw some of our Swans children taking part in a High 5 Netball competition at Ipswich High School’s Eaton Place. High 5 Netball involves children changing position after each half, so everyone gets a chance at playing in a different position. We came 4th overall in our group; with some great goals […]
During the Forest Fun session this week, the children in Kingfishers used their creative skills to create a potion. The children used coloured water to make their potion. They had to think about what their potion could be made of using items from the forest and what their potion could do. The children were given a container […]
Staff, children and parents put on their walking shoes this week and took part in Walk to School Week. The JRSO’s organised the event and the children designed posters to promote it. Staff ran a ‘walking bus’ so children who travel to school in a car could be dropped off and then walk to school. […]
The JRSO’s asked the children to wear their favourite footwear on Wednesday 17th May to raise money for our Action Aid Child (during Walk to School Week). The children wore an assortment of footwear including trainers, sandals and slippers. Thank you very much for all your donations.
The Kingfishers Class took to the stage for their class assembly. The children were confident to stand up, talk and sing to the audience. The children proudly showed their work and talked about what they had learnt. The children talked about their Maths, counting back from 20 with their rockets, counting in 2s, 5s and […]
Friday 19th May saw some of our children taking part in a gymnastics festival at Westbourne Academy. In the morning, it was the turn of our Woodpeckers children to show their routines and jumping and landing skills using the springboard. In the afternoon, it was the turn of our Key Stage 2 children who performed […]
Friday the 12th of May was the Woodpeckers assembly where they shared their work from the last half term. They shared writing, demonstrated some Maths and showed of their French knowledge by singing a song in French! Well done Woodpeckers!
Five children from the Owls class took part in a recent handball tournament. They played lots of games against other Ipswich schools. There was some brilliant shooting, defending, goal-keeping and team play. Well done Owls!