Christmas Dinner – The deadline for ordering and payment is 9th December. Pantomime the deadline for the consent form is Monday 2nd December and for payment is Wednesday 11th December.
Just a quick reminder that Bikeability permission slips are required to be back in school by Friday 4th October. This allows enough time for us to order the bikes that we wish to borrow.
Just a reminder that the new academic year begins on Thursday 5th September at the usual time. We look forward to seeing you after, what we hope has been, a lovely summer break.
It’s that time of the year again where Y5 and Y6 are hard at work rehearsing for their production. This year’s production will be ‘What A Knight‘. The ticket reservation date has now passed meaning that tickets are now available for everyone on a first-come first-serve basis.
So what’s it all about…?
A castle full of colourful characters join in the fun, including precocious princesses, a talking dragon – and not forgetting Merlin and his magic mirror! When young squire Watt Cobblers is expelled from Knight School, he reluctantly becomes Merlin’s new apprentice. But trouble is never far away, and soon Camelot Castle collapses into chaos. Merlin has lost Excalibur, King Arthur’s daughters have been kidnapped and his brave knights have turned into chickens. Watt and his new found friends Dusty Dragon and wayward Princess Alice set off on the biggest quest of their lives. But can our unlikely heroes rescue the princesses, save Excalibur and defeat the evil Black Knight? The answers are found in this magical production, where everyone is guaranteed to sing a lot, dance a lot and laugh a lot… at Camelot!
Sports Day 2013 was a superb event with all children giving it their very best effort. Well done to all.
Photos will be uploaded here soon.
As part of our World Book Day celebrations, we were very privileged to have a visit from the famous children’s author Michael Cox on Wednesday 13th March. You can find out more about Michael Cox, check out his books or just admire his website by clicking here.
Check out the class blogs to find out what the children got up to, what they thought and find out which of his books they have bought and enjoyed…
Furthermore, it’s well worth checking out www.lovereading4kids.co.uk for children’s books. Not only can you view them by genre or age group, but you can also download a free sample of most books which can then be viewed on a computer, tablet device, e-reader or even printed out onto good old paper! Perfect for deciding whether a book is for you or not.
You can now read a virtual copy of our school brochure online by clicking here or clicking the front cover below. You can also turn the little virtual pages as you would a real page. Sometimes, it’s the little details…
Good news – the blog writing page is all fixed and you can now post as before. I would love to take the credit for it, but unfortunately it wasn’t me who fixed it. A big thank you to Mr Sutton from Creative Blogs for doing it so rapidly.