Wear it Wild Day 2015

Today, pupils from every class participated in Wear it Wild Day. The purpose of the day was raise awareness about animal extinction and pupils have undertaken a variety of activities during the day to help them learn about this crucial topic. The children dressed-up in suitable ‘animal clothing’ and donated £1 to WWF in order to try and help this wonderful cause. Below is a Flipagram video made by pupils from Mr Cooper’s Y6 class. Further photographs and work will follow ASAP!

New at Number 10

Reception 1A have been learning about the General Election. Despite still being around 14 years away from the legal voting age, the children have taken a great interest in recent proceedings! They produced some high quality art work to depict the current situation. Well done!

Pupils cast their votes…

School Council members have finally been elected by their peers in classes around the school. All members are presented with a prestigious badge which they can wear proudly on their ties. This year, the group will focus on planning ideas for the outdoor area near to the bottom playground as well working towards an Eco-Award. More news will follow as it happens so watch this space…