Well done to all our pianists who performed their pieces in school today. Keep being amazing and enjoying your learning!
Today, EYFS and KS1 had the WHOLE school to themselves… lucky ahe? So, we took full advantage and did a free flow of activities between Class 1, 2 and the hall. Those in the hall got their creative vibes flowing with some art. We used a range of resources from chalk, pastels, water colours and… Read more »
On Thursday the 1st of July, Classes 1 and 2 went for their school trip to Maldon Promenade. Firstly, we went to the petting zoo. This was such an amazing experience for the children to see quite rare animals and to actually touch/hold them. Afterwards, we had a picnic and then went to play in… Read more »
What a very special delivery we’ve had this afternoon! Our new play huts have arrived and they are ready and waiting for the children to explore tomorrow! We can’t wait to see what the children will get up to. Isit a train station? Is it a beach hut? Who knows… As you can see, the… Read more »
It was wonderful to see so much wonderful arts and crafts on display at the D’Arcy Horticultural Show on Saturday. There is so much amazing talent amongst us! Here are some of the pictures displayed by the children at school.
First, I would like to say a massive well done to all the children that took part in the National STEM wearable tech competition. We have some fantastic news!!!! Watch this video to see Alex from Class 3 be the runner up in the Primary category. STEM Clubs Week 2021 Competition Winners and Closing Speech… Read more »
Today was Sport Day and it was split into two separate events, Key Stage 1 in the morning and Key Stage 2 in the afternoon. Many different activities were completed including: relay race, egg and spoon race and a sprint. Everyone had such an amazing time. Thank you to all staff members for their hard… Read more »
Here are some of the photos of our amazing year 6 leavers.
I just want to say well done to the children that took part in the wearable tech competition. I have currently submitted 2 innovative ideas and I know that I am waiting on one more. The children have really worked hard on this project and I have to say that I am very impressed with… Read more »
This year, we thought it would be fantastic to be involved in a national STEM competition! It is something to look forward to after all the uncertainty of the lockdowns. The children were involved in an assembly today with Mrs Whybrow talking about wearable technology. Most of us have either a Fitbit or an Apple… Read more »