Year 6 trip to Blundell’s

On Thursday 26th May, our Year 6 children were invited to Blundell’s for a day of fantastic biology and sports activities.

In the morning, the children spent time in the science labs and enjoyed exploring real life fossils, discovering parts of the human body and studying microorganisms using a microscope. They even had the chance to handle live stick insects, hissing cockroaches and African land snails!

In the afternoon, we explored the communal areas of the school, then the sixth formers of Blundell’s led some cricket and ball games on the field.

Our Year 6 children had a brilliant time and we look forward to making more links with Blundell’s in the future.

The Queen’s Jubilee celebrations

What a great time we had on our jubilee celebration day. Thank you to everyone for their support and participation.  The day was enjoyed by both pupils and staff and it was lovely to see so many happy, smiley faces enjoying the special occasion. Children enjoyed lots of Jubilee  related activities throughout the day including a whole school lunch on the field with music and dancing by both adults and children.

A big thank you to all those who entered the art competition we were overwhelmed with how many entries we received (nearly 140!). Miss Higginson and Mrs Crook had the very difficult job of being judges. It was so lovely to see such a variety of entries and how we have so many talented artists in our school. We hope you enjoyed producing your art work as much as we enjoyed seeing it!