Posted in Year 6 Messages

Life saving skills!

Year Six were delighted to be visited by Gary from fleximed yesterday. He taught us a whole range of first aid procedures. We met Gary’s helpers, flat Eric and flat Stan. Together, they helped us learn what to do if someone stops breathing and we all had a go at compression only CPR.

We used Eric and Stan to practise what to do if someone is choking and we now know how to deal with nose bleeds, large cuts and burns.

Several members of the class have expressed an interest in medicine as a career choice in the future; paramedics, vets, doctors, nurses and pharmacists were all mentioned!

Everyone taking part passed with flying colours and have been awarded their “Junior First Aid Awareness Course” certificate. Well done!

Posted in Year 6 Messages

Year Six first-aid training

Year Six have a very important morning planned for tomorrow, Friday 5th October. The Fleximed training team will be visiting our class and the children will be working towards their “junior first aid awareness course” certificate. They will learn the basic first aid procedures and what to do in an emergency. We will update you tomorrow with information about how they get on!

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Year Six swimming

Just to remind Year Six that they will be swimming every Tuesday this half term, starting from tomorrow, Tuesday 11th September. A letter explaining more about the sessions has gone home with the Year Six children today. The required kit for swimming is outlined in the letter.

Enjoy your swimming lesson tomorrow Year Six!

Posted in Year 3 Messages, Year 4 Messages

Y3 and Y4 production of Zoom!

This week the Year 3 and 4 children have worked their socks off preparing for the productions of ZOOM. They have gone from strength to strength and are (very nearly) ready for the dress rehearsal on Monday afternoon.

Costumes- Thank you to everyone who has brought their costumes into school already. Please could all remaining costumes be sent in to school on Monday morning. It would be extremely helpful if costumes could be named and brought to school in a named carrier bag. Do let a member of staff know if you need any help with any part of the costumes.

Performances- There will be two performances on Wednesday 18th July. If you haven’t already booked your tickets, please send your ticket requests into school on Monday. Tickets are free. Please bring your tickets with you when you come to watch the performances.

Afternoon performance- the afternoon performance will start at 1:30 and will be finished before the end of the school day at 3pm.

Evening performance- For the evening performance, children need to be back in school by 6pm. Please could you bring them into school through the front entrance. If you are staying for the performance, you will be able to take your seats at this time. If you are not staying for the performance, the children will be ready to collect at 7:30 from their usual classrooms.

We look forward to seeing you all next week.