With Covid-19 restrictions easing, we were delighted to be able to take all our KS2 pupils from across the federation to Murton Park in York for an immersive Roman Day to enrich the topic work we are learning in school.
The children at both Norwell and St Matthews had an enjoyable day bringing their topic to life! They joined in with geography based activities such as orienteering and map reading, as well as role-play and crafts all based around the
The children across the Federation had an enjoyable day at Perlethorpe in the lead up to Christmas! They re-enacted the journey Mary and Joseph took to Bethlehem and had the opportunity to role-play events and dress up as different characters.
The children from both schools had a fantastic day as part of their ‘Fire, Fire’ topic. Tuxford Fire Brigade came to talk about fire safety. The children got to meet the Fire Fighters and asked lots of questions. Later in
Remembrance Day was commemorated at both school’s in different ways. At Norwell the children walked down to church and shared readings, poems and prayers. They laid a cross with the name of each person who had fallen in conflict. At
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.
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.