School, class, or individual achievements.
Tuesday 10th July saw the Raising the Bar awards at Trinity Park. Our school had been shortlisted in the ‘Education Setting of the Year’ category. Whilst we didn’t win the category, we are all immensely proud of being shortlisted and are extremely proud of the achievements of the school. Our achievements are only possible through […]
Today Kingfishers Class received their Silver award for the RSPB Wild Challenge. The children received a banner and were very excited to see it displayed on the fence of the outside area. We hope you have seen it! The children received a letter thanking them for making a considerable contribution to the welfare of the environment and […]
The children in Woodpecker Class have been trying hard to read the measurements on different types of scale. They have looked at weight, length, height, temperature and liquid capacity using a range of different measures. Today they worked outside to measure how much water had been poured into various jugs. Some jugs showed the […]
During the Forest Fun sessions, Kingfishers Class have been completing activities towards a Bronze Certificate for the RSPB Wild Challenge. They have been weather wizards recording the weather. They have made bird cakes, They took part in the Big Schools Bird Watch. They have looked at natural objects and drawn a detailed picture of it. They […]
The children have enjoyed a variety of sessions in the outdoor environment this half term. The children have been working hard to complete activities for the RSPB Wild Challenge. The children have enjoyed doing the ‘Bird Watch’ and spotting different birds. The children have made bird cakes, animal homes and enjoyed recording the weather. Great […]
On Friday the Woodpeckers reached their first target of 25 class points. Class points are given when the whole class has done something good or worked well as a team. They decided that they wanted to do some cooking as their reward, so today they made ginger bread houses. They used biscuits, icing and […]
On Monday and Tuesday, 12 of our Year 5 children took part in Bikeability training sessions. They learnt (amongst other things) how to check their own bikes to ensure they were road-worthy, how to start and stop safely as well as perform some manoeuvres on the road. All the children concentrated and listened really well […]
Several poems from Key Stage 2 were submitted to the Suffolk Young Poets Competition. One of our Year 5’s was successful in being commended for her poem and attended an awards ceremony and workshop. Well done!
On Friday 6th October, the relatives of the children in Woodpecker class came in for a sharing afternoon. The children got to share their work with their parents and read aloud the work they were most proud of for their parents to hear. The children had their books out for parents to look through and explained how […]
Today the JRSO’s attended the Junior Road Safety Awards Event at Endeavour House in Ipswich. The JRSO’s met the Councillor, the cabinet member for Highways and Transport, listened to presentations from other JRSO’s and participated in a question and answer session. The JRSO’s were awarded a Gold award for their scrapbook which informed others of […]
On Thursday, Mrs Marshall and Mrs Bilner (and several parents) accompanied 17 children to the O2 in London. Since September, these children had been learning several songs; the finale of which was joining 7,500 other school children in a massive choir concert. The show was spectacular and the children were amazingly (but not surprisingly) well […]
Over the past couple of weeks, all the children have been set homework to create a Christmas decoration/ picture/ card to give to the patients at West Suffolk Hospital to cheer them up during their stay over the Christmas period. Miss Kluge’s Mum is a Ward Sister at the hospital and will deliver them to the patients. […]