Today we welcomed a visitor to both sites from the charity NSPCC. They led an assembly on the theme of ‘Speak Out Stay Safe.’ Children were encouraged to think about the worries that some of them may have , and how if they speak out and tell a trusted adult, they can get help to deal with any problems they [...]
On Friday the Juniors went to Dinton Church for a service of Remembrance to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of WW1- to remember those who died for our freedom. During the service we discussed how important it is to remember them. "We will remember them." We read our class prayer about armistice day. After that [...]
The Land Army have harvested their produce and chopped up onions, garlic, pepper, courgette and potatoes ready for the big soup tomorrow.
Year 3 and 4 enjoyed spending the day at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, exploring the ancient Greek statues, modals, artefacts and vases. Groups enjoyed a private tour which included searching for evidence of ancient Greek sports from the original olympic games; carefully handling ancient Greek artefacts and presenting back to our friends. During our [...]
Thank you to all the children, parents, brothers and sisters who helped Year 3 and 4 take part in the annual Whizz Fizz Fest parade in Aylesbury. The sun baked down, cheers were heard and all children had a fabulous experience parading with the carnival.
A huge congratulations to Mrs Brogan and Miss Wootton's dance troupe who performed in The Whizz Fizz Fest dance finale. Darcey Bussell judged the finalists and although we didn't win (this time) she clearly enjoyed our dance and boogied along to the beat. Well done team for a fantastic experience and performance to a [...]
Year 3 and 4 have enjoyed a busy week designing and constructing models for the Whizz Fizz Fest Parade in Aylesbury. The children have used: willow, wet-strength tissue paper, cardboard with plenty of paint and glue! The constructions they made are of an exceptional high standard.
The Land Army has had a fruitful harvest as we dug up more potatoes and 3 radishes. One was quite a whopper! Five courgette plants were planted today along with some sweetcorn and broccoli. Many thanks to the Chantrey family, the Taylor family, Mrs Huxley and Mrs Clarke for their kind donations to our [...]