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
We took part in the Caunton tennis club’s Tennis Festival with our Year 1s and 2s. They practised different skills including balancing, catching and using a racket to hit a tennis ball. The children thoroughly enjoyed the day and learnt
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
KS2 have made a prayer paper chain for Thy Kingdom Come, a global prayer movement.
The EYFS/KS1 children from Norwell and St Matthews had a fantastic day! They built castles, designed coats of arms, rode horses, competed in jousting and the Year 1s and 2s tried archery! Everyone’s costumes were brilliant and thank you to
The children had a fantastic time at the Gymnastics Festival today! During the morning they had the opportunity to explore lots of different equipment. The children tried new things that they had not tried before….they were all very brave!
What a fantastic World Book Day! All the children and staff looked brilliant in their costumes and enjoyed sharing different stories. The Beauty and the Beast themed cafe was a huge success and the afternoon tea went down a treat.
The Zig-Zags were given technology home learning challenges over the half-term holiday and some children amazed us with the robots they made. They all could do fantastic things, like clean up the house! What amazing robots!
This week the children learned about the story behind the Chinese New Year and how it is the year of the pig! We also looked at how people celebrate it today. The children enjoyed creative and literacy based activities and
Class 1’s art exhibition featured the children’s artwork from our Topic this half term: “Carnival of Colours”. We displayed our diva lamps, rangoli patterns, the Autumn homework, Piet Mondrian paintings and Paul Klee paintings. The artwork looked fantastic and the