This year we are putting together some shoeboxes as part of Operation Christmas Child. We will be collecting for a boy and a girl aged 2-4 as well as a boy and girl aged 5-9. If you would like to donate items towards this project, we would appreciate toiletries, small stationary items or new toys…. Read more »
This week the children have been learning about different aspects of safety. Today the classes presented their learning in assembly. Mrs Saye also spoke to the children about the defibrillator which is situated by the village hall in Tolleshunt D’Arcy. Thank you to the whole team for their hard work supporting children with these important… Read more »
This morning we hosted a very successful cross country event. Thank you to all the other schools who attended and a massive well done to all the children who took part.
Today James came to speak to us in assembly to promote a new Gymnastics Club which will start on Monday 5th November. Please contact the school office for more details.
Today a group of children displayed our poppies around the Maypole and built a wall of remembrance in our school library. Thank you to John from the council for supporting this project and to all the staff and children for their hard work and enthusiasm.
Today we went to church to celebrate Harvest. Thank you everyone for your hard work and support. Keep the donations coming – Maldon food bank will be collecting our collection on Thursday.
Today, Kate from Essex Fire and Police came to visit us in assembly. We thought about how to keep ourselves safe around fireworks. Thank you Kate for helping us to keep safe.
Today we had a visitor in assembly from Little Havens who spoke to us about the work that they do to support children and their families. The Rota Kids are busy planning the charities that they will support this year. Information has been sent home with the children if you would like to support this… Read more »
This morning year 6 went out to go to crucial crew. It was about safety including, fire, road, first aid, park rangers and drugs. Thanks to Miss Burrows and Mrs Gibbs for organising this trip.
Today John came to talk to us and introduce TommyWWI. This year we are marking 100 years since the end of World War I. As part of our learning about our responsibility within the community to remember the soldiers, we will be making poppies to decorate the maypole with.