This term years 1 and 2 have found themselves in ‘The Forbidden Forest’. This term’s project is a science based project focussing on plants and animals, but it also allows the opportunity for us to explore a variety of traditional … Continue reading →
Today I received a letter from Rt Hon David Laws MP, Minister of State for Schools. A copy of the letter is displayed on the class notice boards and I quote,
‘It gives me great pleasure to congratulate you on the excellent performance of your pupils in the 2014 KS2 tests…
Your results show that 100% of your pupils gained Level 4B or above in reading and maths and Level 4 or above in writing. This makes you one of only 149 schools in the country to achieve this level of attainment.
I would like to congratulate your staff, governors and pupils for their hard work and success and thank you for your leadership in continuing the drive towards high standards of educational achievement.’
For additional info on school league tables, please see the DfE School Performance Tables. You may also wish to google the Ofsted Data Dashboard for Isham Primary.
It was lovely to have Year 3/4 back in school yesterday and it sounds like a wonderful Christmas holidays was had by all! Our new theme this term is the Rainforest – take a look at the gallery below for … Continue reading →
We’ve traveled from the South Pole to the North Pole and back again…
Welcome to our monthly newsletter.
If you’re new to The Golden Mile, the monthly newsletter lets you know if your school came in the top 3 schools for averaging the most miles per pupil, for last month; it’s the only fair way of doing it!
We’re delighted to say there has been no let up with schools clocking up an impressive 5000 miles in September, 12,000 in October and 14,463 in November, making 31,463 miles of physical activity so far this school year.
Here’s a brain numbing fact for you… 31,463 miles is the equivalent of travelling from the South Pole to the North Pole and back again!!
Top scorers – November 2014
The top 3 schools in November that averaged the most Golden Miles per pupil was -
1. Isham Church of England School, Kettering averaged 6.69 Golden Miles per pupil.
2.Hollesley Primary School,Woodbridge averaged 5.19 Golden Miles per pupil.
3.Reedham Primary School in Norwich averaged 4.65 Golden Miles per pupil.