Friday 31st March saw the children entertain the parents with an end of term assembly. The children shared their poems, prayers and facts about Easter around the world; they all sang beautifully too! Well done children and we all hope you, and your families have a great Easter break.
On Wednesday morning, 16 children took part in a cross-country run at the Royal Hospital School. There were several hundred children from schools all over Suffolk taking part in a variety of races. Five of our children came in the top 25 for each of their age groups (out of approximately 100-140 runners), but all […]
Thank you to all our visitors who joined us for our Mother’s Day meal on Thursday; there were just under 50 guests and the reason why we had 2 sittings! There was an amazing atmosphere in the school, we enjoyed hearing the children explain the rules and routines of dinner time and seeing you enjoy some […]
On Friday 17th March the children were involved in a PE ‘Enrichment Day’. Mr Ross taught the children skills, rules and tactics associated with the game of Ice Hockey. Even though the sun was shining, the children still used a ‘puck’ which slid well on the playground and in the school hall. Great work children […]
Eco-School themed week is ‘Waste Week’ with a focus on ‘up-cycling’. The whole school up-cycled a different item which may have just been thrown away. Woodpeckers up-cycled ceramic pots into bumble bees (which will be used for the Suffolk Show garden), Swans class designed and up-cycled old wellington boots into footwear of the future, under the […]
On Monday 6th March, 6 children from the Swans class represented our school in a Quicksticks Hockey competition. The children competed against other schools from Ipswich and the surrounding areas. They won some games, lost some and drew some. Although it was quite cold and threatening with rain all afternoon, the heavy downpour happened just as […]
Swans class have been learning all about the Ancient Egyptians. In literacy, they have been learning the features of newspaper reports and wrote an article based on the finding of King Tut’s tomb as well as writing a diary entry. In addition to this, in their art lessons, they have been using charcoal and clay […]
We were very pleased to welcome James Harris into our school on Wednesday afternoon as part of the ‘Tractors in School’ project. He talked to the children about the tractor and the work which is done on his farm in East Bergholt. Even though it was raining, we all managed to have our photos taken!
Tuesday 7th February was Safer Internet Day. The children learnt about many things and were involved in a variety of activities; these included how to stay safe online and what to do if they see things they don’t like or are inappropriate. Further details can be found at https://www.saferinternetday.org/