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Trucks and children's safety visit October 2017
We had a visit from the police and TACS to talk to the children about how to stay safe on the roads. We saw how tricky it is for truck drivers to see pedestrians and how long it takes for them to stop. We also learnt about 'stop, look, listen and think' when we cross a road.
The year 5s and 6s thoroughly enjoyed caving, rock climbing and gorge walking to name but a few of the activities they took part in during their 3 day residential. The children challenged themselves to experience new things and had a chance to build upon their friendships with teamwork and shared challenges.
We said a fond fair well to our year 6s today in a lovely service at Spaxton Church. They shared memories with us and joined us in singing their favourite hymns. We were all feeling a bit sad to see them go but they ended on a high with a brilliant performance! All the best year 6s.
School Open Afternoon 2017
On the 12th of July, parents and guardians of the children were invited into the school to see the facilities, admire the children's work, have a little fun and see a few performances. We'd like to extend our thanks to all those who attended, as we hope you had an amazing afternoon.
Area Sports 2017
We had a reduced area sports this year facing North Newton Primary school. Although we didn't win, the children all demonstrated perseverance and gave it their all. Well done for your can do attitude.
Rounders competition 2017
Congratulations to our rounders team who, faced by much larger schools, managed to pull out in front for a clear win. We now wait to hear who we will be facing in the next round.
We opened the school up late for hot chocolates and biscuits and snuggled down to hear some great bedtime stories.The children could choose which story they wanted to hear and listened with their parents to Harry Potter, The Tiger who came to tea, The Worst Witch, Stormbreaker, Going on a Bear Hunt, What the Ladybird Heard and much more.
World book day 2017
The children really enjoyed dressing up as book characters and joining in with different activities such as a book cafe, musical books and book hunts. Matisse and Rembrandt also had a visitor from a local author who shared her stories about the human body. We learnt all about Bertie Bread's journey through the digestive system.
An author comes to call
World book day 2017
Kilve Court November 2016