Some of our Year 6 pupils went on their residential trip to the Isle of Wight this month. Going on the residential is a great way to celebrate the end of Year 6/primary school. Residential experiences provide many benefits to pupils and help support the development of a range of skills including confidence building, self-esteem, independence and team building to name only a few.
They had a super time and here is just a snapshot of what they got up to!
Our allotment is looking fabulous and we wanted to be able to share some photographs with you. We are growing rhubarb, onions, carrotts, strawberries, tomatoes, turnips and potatoes amongst other things! The children love the opportunity to go down there especially on sunny days like we have been having! Mrs Smith and Mrs Richardson have been working very hard to create this wonderful space for our children to enjoy and learn new things.
With eight schools attending in total, our year 5 boys team took point in their first tournament of the year. Winning the first game 3-0 and coming up with a 0-0 draw and a 1-0 loss in the group stage, we went through by coming in at second place in the group stage.