We had a fantastic time away at Hathersage where we had the opportunity to explore the beautiful surroundings! We enjoyed a variety of activities including dry stone walling, orienteering, hiking, den building and much more!
The children at St Matthews CofE and Norwell CofE Primary enjoyed a fantastic day at Duxford Imperial War Museum! They had the opportunity to see many different aircraft and they were especially excited about walking on the famous Concorde!
The children loved seeing and learning about the different birds of prey today. They had plenty of questions to ask Simon and Laura from Go-Active Falconry and were even lucky enough to stroke some of the birds!
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 trip to the zoo was a huge success! The children enjoyed looking at the animals and seeing their habitats. They also learnt lots about the different types of animals and how they adapt to their habitats in the workshop
We had a wonderful Kite Federation Sports Day with beautiful sunshine. The children took part so well and having all our parents there, made it special. Thank you for coming and supporting the children.
The Mini Kites Toddler Group enjoyed another beautiful morning in the sunshine! All the children were very busy exploring and playing with their friends in the outdoor classroom area and on school field.
Year 3 and 4 from both Norwell and St Matthews had a fantastic time on their recent residential to Perlethorpe. So much was packed into the two days and the children benefited from a wide range of team building activities,
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