On Friday, Rachel and Georgina prepared a ‘picnic lunch’ school dinner, with sandwiches, fruit, sausage rolls and cream scones to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday. The hall was decorated with Union Jack flags and tablecloths and a fun time was had by all. Thank you Rachel and Georgina for the food and to Mrs Allum for decorating […]
Today the Swans and Owls kiddles went to London for a Roald Dahl experience. First stop was the South Bank Centre to see ‘Wondercrump’, a magical interactive journey revealing the secrets of Dahl’s extraordinary life. With a fair amount of frothbugglingness it was a gloriumptious experience! After a crodscollopping lunch we splatch-winkled over to the Theatre […]
On a very wet day at Trinity Park, some of our students, staff and parents (& grandparents) braved the weather to see our 3m x 3m garden at the Suffolk Show. We met and talked to the judges and awaited the results; we were delighted to receive a ‘gold award’ and were presented with a framed certificate together with some new […]
The School Council met on Thursday to talk to Mrs Ellingham. Mrs Ellingham has been working on improving the play area in the village. All the children in the school completed a questionnaire giving their ideas and thoughts on what they liked and disliked about the existing play area and what they would like to see […]
Swans have been busy designing a garden for the Suffolk Show based around the theme ‘A slice of Suffolk history’. The chosen design featured Boudicca’s trip through Suffolk en route to Colchester. Two children from Swans class and a parent helper joined Mr Wheals to prepare and plant the garden ready for judging on Wednesday […]
On Thursday afternoon, our school hosted a Dodgeball Tournament. Shotley and Capel St Mary schools brought 2 teams each of Year 3 & 4 children to join 2 teams from our school. The children enjoyed three different types of dodgeball games and played really well both individually and as teams. Thank you to our Year 5 […]
Four children from the Owls class represented our school at the recent mini-tennis competition held at East Bergholt High School. Each child had 3 singles matches and some doubles matches too. The children played well and came away with the Bronze certificate.
This week was rather busy for our sports teams. On Tuesday, 8 Owls class children took part in a handball tournament at Inspire Ipswich. We didn’t win the tournament, but all the children showed great skill, team work and determination. On Friday 8 children represented our school in the High 5 competition at East Bergholt High […]
We are very excited to be conducting an experiment with rocket seeds that have been on an incredible journey, having travelled all the way to space and back. Thousands of schools applied to take part in the experiment organised by the Royal Horticultural Society and the UK Space Agency so we are very lucky to be […]
Owls Class shared photographs and explained about their recent visit to Trinity Park for the Schools Farm and Country Show. They also showed their research of where Rainforests are in the world and one member of the class played his violin. Well done Owls, a great assembly.
On Thursday 21st April, Owls class joined approximately 4000 other Suffolk School children at Trinity Park for the annual Schools Farm and Country Show. They were able to take part in many different activities. They made their own fruit smoothies using ‘pedal power’, ate fruit kebabs, tried ‘mushy peas’, learnt about wheat, malt, sugar beet, beans […]
Just look at how far the children have come on with their skiing. After only two half terms of lessons they have the confidence to ski from the top of the big slope. As you can see have so much fun doing it.