Well done to Oak Family who, today, became the first winners of the ‘Isham Values’ Trophy. This morning, the children worked together in their families to create amazing Easter Bonnets which they then showcased in our Easter Bonnet Parade. It was a fabulous morning and we were incredibly proud of all the children for how they worked together […]Continue reading
This term the children have all become members of their own value family: Oak, Willow, Beech or Sycamore.. The children are working together to collect value tokens for their family by displaying the Christian Values that are at the heart of the school. At the moment, Oak Family have a slight lead over the other families, but it […]Continue reading
Despite the snow and freezing conditions, we all made it to school to celebrate World Book Day. The children had clearly thought carefully about their favourite book characters and all looked amazing in their costumes – a big thank you to all who got involved!Continue reading
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A very enjoyable eve was had by all, as we dutifully followed Nina’s great instructions to make our lovely wreaths. Also, a big thank you to Sarah for providing mulled wine and lovely home made cakes and mince pies.Continue reading
We just wanted to say a huge thank you to all of our amazing children for rising to the occasion and stepping out of their comfort zone to support Children In Need! As a school, we raised over £100 (final figure to be confirmed); a huge achievement!! Our staff made a huge effort and looked […]Continue reading
Here are a few photos that were taken at our traditional May Day event. It was a shame that the sun didn’t shine!Continue reading
To celebrate children’s book week we have been doing all sorts of exciting things in school from making potions to investigating crimes.
The winner for best story book costume in KS1/Reception was Jacob Brigden, who was the Cat in the Hat, and in KS2, it was Evie McGowan as Cruella De Vil.
The winner for reading in a “peculiar place” for KS1/Reception was Emily Kraftl, who was in a water butt and, for KS2 it was Sophia-Grace Franklin for reading on a fireman’s shoulder.
The final competition of the week, which was completed in school, involved designing a bookmark. The winners were Fraser Gray for KS1/Reception and Sienna Archer for KS2.
Here are a few photos from yesterday’s dress up day. Many thanks to all parents, grandparents, aunties and uncles for designing and making some fantastic costumes.