Greek Olympians conquer Isham

Wow!! What a fantastic few days Year 5 & 6 have had preparing and participating in their very first Olympic games. The children were split into five Greek states: Megarians, Argons, Spartans, Corinthians and Athenians. In order to fully embrace the afternoon, they then researched their Greek state to create their own flag, bunting, decorative […]

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Remembrance Day

As you know, Sunday marked 100 years since World War 1 ended. To commemorate this event, KS2 spent time learning about the lives of WW1 soldiers, with a particular focus on five from Isham who sadly lost their lives during the Great War. Year 5 & 6 wrote biographies detailing the lives of these five […]

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Teacher’s award 8.10.18

Well done to Bethan for receiving the teacher’s award this week for her gorgeous writing and to Robert, who was given the award for working exceptionally hard across the curriculum. Congratulations must also go to George, who received the school’s P.E award this week, and to Elliot for reaching 100 miles in the golden mile. […]

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Day 4

After another English breakfast and an endless amount toast, the children had the job of lighting their own fire. Maikeithia (also known as Bear Grylls) was the camp queen and could light a fire without even thinking about it! We then moved onto orienteering, where the children had to navigate their way around Kingswood to […]

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Day 3

Wow… we have had a jam packed day and, despite the weather being a bit dull, we haven’t got too wet! First activity of the day was learning how to fence; Amelie ended up being fencing champion! We then moved on to learning the skills of volleyball and had various games, girls against boys, and […]

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