Event Gallery Archive 2015-2016
'We are a Church School' focus day Summer 2016.
On Monday 13th June we all came together to celebrate, explore, wonder and question what it means to belong to a church school. We looked at how we live our church values in our lives at school and at home. We also explored our mission statement,
'that they may have life, life in all it's fullness, 'John 10:10
Our Church Values Day Spring Term
On January 7th 2016 the whole school took part in a day of workshops to explore our church values. We deepened our understanding of the Holy Trinity, what the values mean to each of us, took part in an agape and explored what spirituality means.
KS 2 Languages Workshops 25/11/15
Thank you to Mrs. Whiting and Mrs. McGwyer who came in to teach us. We learnt to hold a conversation in French, sing songs in German, learnt about Spanish traditions and played bingo in Portuguese.
We all had a fabulous time at our Harvest Assembly. It was full of poems, prayers and songs. Thank you to all who donated a contribution to Taunton Foodbank. We are sure our contributions will go a long way in helping local people.
(16/10/2015) Birch, Maple and Sycamore had a fab afternoon learning new Tag Rugby skills! All children worked really hard and showed great teamwork and effort. Fun was had by all!
If your child is in KS2 and would like to sign up for the Tag Rugby After School Club, please ask in the Office.
Sports Day 2015 KS 1 photos
Come and Sing at Wellington Junior School- March 2015
The school choir, along with the choir from Staplegrove, took part in the annual Come and Sing event at Wellington Junior School. It was a fantastic day and the children loved performing songs with children from 21 other schools from across the county. The children sang songs from well known musicals and films. They sounded fantastic! Have a look at the photos and video below...
The Bare Necessities
Road Safety Day!
What a fabulous day was had by all!!
We all had great fun learning about road safety. We drove around the hall on mobility scooter cars and looked in the police vehicles; we even had our fingerprints taken! The aim of the day was to highlight the importance of Road Safety and every child received a high vis cap. (Please make sure that your child has put their name in their cap so that it doesn’t get lost!) We hope that your child has told you all about how to stay safe by the road! A huge thank you to our local PCSO, Tony Wearmouth, who organised this fantastic day.