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Alzheimer’s Cake Sale

A massive well done to James and William in year 6 for organising the Cake Sale this morning for The Alzheimer’s Society. There were so many gorgeous cakes and biscuits donated by yourselves, we are extremely grateful to you. The children loved them and really were spoilt for choice.

There are still some cakes left. They have been boxed up and will be sold for 50p a box at the end of the day outside the Year 6 classroom. It will be first come, first served and like a lucky dip as the boxes have all been sealed to keep the contents fresh.

At the moment we are not sure how much has been raised, hopefully we will know once the money has been all counted.

Mrs B.

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Alzheimer’s Society Cake Sale

James in Year 6, along with William are organising a cake sale on Wednesday 17th October outside the Year 6 classroom. Alzheimer’s is an illness that affects many of our lives in so many different ways.

Cakes will be 25p each, please send the correct money in for your child, preferably in a named envelope. We will limit the cakes to no more than two per child. If you wish to donate anything further that will be most welcome.

Look at for the posters around school. If you are able to donate any cakes that will be very welcome and much appreciated.

Many thanks.

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Year 4 go for a walk.

This morning Year 4 put on their wellies again, grabbed their science books and went for a lovely ramble around the field opposite school. We found and identified many trees, looked at the margin around the field left for wildlife and noticed how the hedgerow had been roughly cut back. We saw some fungi and discussed why we shouldn’t touch it because there are many types which are poisonous to us.

It was a pleasure to take the children out. They were enthusiastic, keen to work and best of all happy. Well done Year 4!

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Year 4 Look at human impact on the environment.

This afternoon we were really fortunate to have Alison Woodward, one of our parents and governor of the school, come in to talk with Year 4 about the local environment and the impact humans have had on

We also looked at habitats and what was going on in our Nature Alive Garden. The children helped to stamp in lots of wild flower seeds from all the villages locally as well as listening to Alison explain about the habitats there.

All in all, a great afternoon, thank you Alison.

We are looking forward to our walk Stibbard tomorrow where we shall identify different trees, bushes and flowers. Don’t forget your wellies, most of you have left them in school, but those who forgot today please try and remember them.

Mrs B.

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Collective Worship with Andy Jones

We had another great assembly with Andy this morning following our theme of Courage. The whole school were involved and very active. Well done to the four helpers who had to act out the story. Andy talked about how we get through difficult times with our problems and having the courage to find someone who will help us solve them.