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Year 5 hit the slopes!

We had a fantastic day skiing with year 5 in Norwich today. The children did so well and embraced every opportunity available to them. My apologies if I didn’t manage to get a photo of every child but they were here there and everywhere and were hard to snap in action.

Next week it would be great if the children could definitely have a full drinks bottle to take as it’s thirsty work out there!

Posted in Reception Messages, Year 1 Messages, Year 2 Messages, Year 3 Messages, Year 4 Messages, Year 5 Messages, Year 6 Messages

Lego Tokens

Year 6 have started counting all the tokens that have been sent in so far. Thank you.

Please continue to cut out the tokens in the EDP or its sister papers and send them into school.

Alternatively, you can leave them at either Guist or Ryburgh shop from where they’ll be collected.

We’re very grateful to The Friends and Ryburgh Amenity Group for promoting and supporting this initiative.

Posted in Sport, Year 4 Messages

Extra PE Opportunities Year 4

Year 4 are very lucky this morning to be having an extra PE session with Jason from the Norfolk Cricket Board. They are trying lots of different catching activities to help improve their eye to hand coordination. After lunch they will be working with bats and hopefully ending with a mini game of cricket.

Quite a few children are finding catching a little hard, perhaps it is another fun activity you can try at home. Get your child to show you the different activities and try them yourselves.

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Easter Service

What a great start to our new term. The whole school walked to the church with their gorgeous posies, once there the posies were fitted to the cross. It looks amazing. Please pop by the church on your way home and have a look at it, we’ve left it by the front porch of the church so everyone can see it. Thank you for taking the time to put the posies together, we really do appreciate the effort that has been made by yourselves.

The service was led by Father Mike and the Open The Book team who told the story of discovering Jesus had risen once again after being placed in the tomb.

The choir sang as part of the service and some children from Year 6 led the prayers.

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Year 4 message

Dear Year 4,

I hope you’ve had a lovely break from school and enjoyed yourselves. I’m looking forward to reading your holiday scrapbooks, you can start to bring them in this week, Friday at the latest.

You have Games/PE tomorrow afternoon. Remember to pack your PE kit. Black or blue shorts, white top and trainers!

You won’t need your Chrome books tomorrow but make sure they are fully charged ready to bring in and use on Wednesday.

We will be starting to read Friend or Foe later this week.

How Hill Residential is only 3 Wednesdays away. Have all payments been made and have you read the kit list?

Don’t forget a posy of flowers for tomorrow.

See you in the morning.

Mrs B.