The children helped to decorate the church for Harvest Festival and led our service on Monday afternoon. It was lovely to see so many families there to share this with the children.
Key Stage 2 children at Norwell had the opportunity to spend a day at Sherwood Forest learning all about hibernation and how animals in a forest cope with winter! We are really enjoyed making a nest for Doug the dormouse
We had a wonderful time visiting London last Wednesday- some of us had not been on the Underground before! The Van Gogh exhibition at the Tate was wonderful and the children discussed about the paintings with great knowledge. The walk
The Year 5 and 6 children learnt so much at Safety Zone including the importance of wearing seatbelts in the back of the car and the consequences that can happen if you don’t! They also enjoyed the talk about beach
The Key Stage 1 Maths Café gave us the opportunity to show off our new maths scheme – Power Maths! The children are loving their new books and were proud to show parents their hard work!
We were invited down for the official opening of the playpark. The children loved trying out the new play equipment and even helped to cut the ribbon!
The local history projects created by the children for the Michael Wood Award in association with Laxton History group were excellent. The children had obviously put in so much effort into each project and they were all so varied! The parents, carers and visitors
The Year 5 and 6 children showed their competitive edge when taking part in the Tuxford family of schools annual rounders competition. Representing the Kite Primary Federation they bowled and batted eventually coming second and fourth! Well done to you
The children thought hard about questions they would like to ask Robert Jenrick about local and national issues which he answered in detail when he visited us today. There was no end to the questions and eventually it was decided
The Year 5 and 6 children had a wonderful time exploring the historical clues in Laxton with the help of the Laxton History Group and learnt how to be good historical detectives by looking closely at different buildings, brick patterns, names