Someone has very kindly left a large mound of soil in front of the school gate this morning! If anyone has a wheelbarrow, spade and or sometime to spare to help move it we would be very grateful.
Please also be patient dropping children off and parking at the church where possible.
Thank you for your understanding.
Unfortunately printing issues meant I was unable to get the homework off my chrome book and into the pupil’s homework books this week. I have however set a multiplication challenge on Sumdog for pupils to complete. They have until Thursday to do this. They can also continue with their daily reading.
Yr 3 are currently learning about time so we decided to make the times using their bodies.
It would be great if you could make ‘time’ a regular discussion with your children to help them to fully engage with the topic.
The yr 3 team
We had lovely weather for our annual sports day today. The children had a great time competing together in mixed age groups first thing and then taking part in the class flat races. The occasion was enhanced with the addition of The Friends BBQ at lunchtime.
Thank you to all parents and Grandparents who came and supported the day and the Summer Fair.
Earlier this year we entered the Lego for Schools promotion which has seen hundreds of schools across Suffolk and Norfolk collecting LEGO tokens from their local newspapers.
As one of the schools who registered, we’ve been busy counting up our final numbers before the cut off-date of Friday, May 24 at 5pm.
Every school that has collected 1,000 tokens or more will receive £50 worth of LEGO vouchers and we’re pleased to say we’ve easily passed that figure.
The top three schools with the most tokens, as a ratio of pupils, will each receive £1,000 worth of LEGO vouchers. Whether or not we’ll be one of those remains to be seen, but if you have any vouchers hanging around at home, please send them in tomorrow.