Trip to the Global theatre

We were lucky enough to take a trip into London. After a tour of the famous theatre, we then spent an enjoyable hour acting out the famous Shakespearian play Romeo and Juliet. We had a fabulous time exploring the sounds he used in the play: the consonants d, s and t represented angry sounds whereas the vowels a, e and o were love.

We also walked on a bridge that went over the Thames and saw other things from a distance too like the Tate Modern Art Galery, St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge, the Shard and if we looked quickly, the London eye!

Amy -you are a writing star !

Well done to Amy in Cherry class who beat thousands of entries and won the overall South east winning position in the Premier league Primary Stars writing competition. The poem was sent home as home learning and required children to write about when they had to keep trying … titled try, try again! An amazing achievement we are all super proud of you!

School Entrances

Good morning everyone! Due to the icy conditions this morning, when arriving at school, please use the following entrances:

Early Years, Year 5 & Year 6 – Please use the Early Years entrance

Years 1, 2, 3 & 4 – Please use the main entrance

Please make sure that all children wear sensible outdoor footwear with good grip today. We have worked hard to clear and grit paths this morning but the grounds are still icy in places.

Girls football tournaments

Well done to all the girls who took part in the football tournaments. For some of our girls it was their first time playing football so well done for having a go!

Congratulations to the to our blue team who won their tournament securing a gold medal each! We were amazed by not only your go for it attitudes but your good sportsmanship, teamwork and determination through 2 rounds of penalties! A brilliant day all round!