Children of St Matthew’s back and raring to go after the long summer break! Doing their morning challenge based on Roald Dahl.
Congratulations to Heidi for passing her clarinet grade 1 exam, and to Philippa, Isaac and Finn for passing with merit. All that practising has paid off! Well done everyone and thanks to Miss Allen for her dedication.
Our year 5 children are thoroughly enjoying their indoor climbing lessons at Mill Adventure Base.
Our children joined with other Church of England primary schools in our diocese to celebrate Ascension day. It was a time of reflection and prayer. Upper Key Stage two children from Norwell came to St Matthews Church where we had
We all enjoyed ‘Bangers and Bingo’ in the fabulous sunshine. Thank you to everyone who came and made the evening a success, helping us to raise money for School Funds.
Anticipation was running high in school as we all waited to unveil our World Book Day Costumes. Families had obviously put in so much effort it was really difficult to select the winner for the World Book Day costume.
Our children and parents enjoyed sharing the work that we do in our arithmetic lessons over a coffee and croissant. Thanks to everyone for making it such a success.
On Monday 10th October 2016 Year 5/6 children from Norwell and St. Matthew’s had a fabulous day out in London. The visit was a part of their study of Shakespeare, his plays and London in his life time. It was
Our Reception and Year 1/2 opened for visitors this morning. Parents joined their children for a chance to see how they learn in our lovely EYFS/KS1 area. Miss Lower and Miss Archer led phonics, maths and writing sessions so that
On 29th and 30th September the two schools held their harvest festivals. These special services took place in our village churches and were a chance to come together with parents to give thanks and share some lovely produce. The display