Well done everyone. A successful and thankfully cooler day!
We would like to celebrate the excellent effort made by all of our children in Year 6 and staff for the good results in this year’s Key Stage 2 SATs. We are really pleased with the outcomes and, although there is still work to do, we are confident that this demonstrates the strides forwards that the school has made this year.
This morning, Year 6 had an exciting visit from pupils at local secondary schools who run a physics roadshow. They explained lots about how different things in the world work and showed us some really cool experiments. The children particularly enjoyed the giant balloons (representing molecules) and the fog machine. A really fun morning!!!
Year 3 took the chance to do some problem solving outside to make the most of the lovely weather. Some of the problems were much trickier than they looked! Lots of resilience was needed but they worked very well in teams to complete each activity.
Year 5 worked incredibly hard to produce an assortment of amazing cam toys. They ranged from single to three cams, rectangles to cubes…
Due to the once in a lifetime appearance of England in the semi-finals of the World Cup this Wednesday and Little Mix performing in Northampton on the following day, it has been decided to move the Year 6 production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream to Tuesday 17th July at 6pm. the Leavers’ Disco will be rescheduled for Thursday 19th July. Many apologies for any inconvenience caused, but we feel that this is the best solution for all involved.
Marshmallows and bread dough cooking on the fire. We have learnt how to set up and start a fire as well as how to keep safe.
- We have just finished our last activity and are calming down before packing and leaving. The children have had a really busy day and are having a drink and snack. We are all really proud of each and every child for their resilience and effort. They will be tired, hungry and a bit dirty but have had a fantastic experience. We would like to compliment the children for their fantastic behaviour. Many thanks to the staff who have given up their own family time to make this an unforgettable experience.
Year 4 residential adventurers have had a peaceful final night under canvas. We have a few more activities in our action packed day before we say goodbye to SSG. We have been visited overnight by the sock fairy who has mixed up most of our socks!! Let me know if you find a Darth Vader pair!! We hope to be home on time and will keep you updated via text message. See you all soon.