Friday 7th June 2024

Key Information

  • Volunteers wanted – Please get in touch if you are able to help out at the summer fair on 29th June. We are looking for people to help run stalls and set up. The more volunteers we have the more fun we will all have.
  • Warmer weather – As the weather is finally getting warmer please be mindful of sending your children to school with sun hats and suncream where appropriate. Please note that we are not allowed to apply suncream children (including Nursery), so please apply this before they attend.
  • No Dogs on the Plaza – Please remember that dogs are not allowed on the school plaza. This is in line with Government Policy and for the safety and wellbeing of our children.


  • Friday 14th June – Sports Olympian visit
  • Tuesday 18th June – Wrens and Yr1 Eastnor Castle Trip
  • Thursday 20th June – Year 6 Trip to Hereford Cathedral
  • Saturday 29th June 12-4pm – Summer Fayre
  • Tuesday 2nd and Wednesday 3rd July (evening) – Year 5 and 6 Performance of ‘Oliver’
  • Thursday 4th July – Move up Morning
  • Tuesday 9th July – Year 6 Trip to West Midlands Safari Park
  • Wednesday 10th July (morning) – Sports Day
  • Wednesday 10th July @ 6.30pm – Music Concert
  • Thursday 18th July @ 9am – Year 6 Leavers Service at Church
  • Friday 19th July – Start of the Summer Holidays!!

Stars of the Week

Reception Florence and Bryn
Year 1 Heidi and Allie
Year 2 Lyra , Ruby and Laurie
Year 3 Matthew and Arthur
Year 4 Sofia and Noah
Year 5 Robyn and Noah
Year 6 Beth and Harry M

Mrs Harrison’s Star of the Week Eliza (Year 2)

Wren Class Plant Sale

Wrens’ green fingers worked hard to grow vegetables and flowers from seed with the help of Bridget from Caves Folly. We welcomed our families to the Wrens Plant Sale where we sold our produce and even provided grown ups with special instructions for how to grow a beanstalk. We made £78.90 and the Wrens were absolute superstars!


Outdoor Classroom Day 2024

In celebration of Outdoor Classroom Day, this year we explored the work of Wassily Kandinsky. We then worked collaboratively as a whole school to produce a giant art work in chalk on our playground. We are incredibly grateful for the help of Mr and Mrs Maiden who brought their drone to capture some fantastic photographs. We celebrated with an extra half an hour playtime!

Whole School

Snap Shot of the Week

This week Year 1 have been using directions to give the Beebots an instruction. They had lots of fun instructing the Beebots and using buttons to explore directions. Our key words included, left, right, forward, and backward.

Year 1

Snapshot of the week

We had a lovely time making wild art this week! We planted lots of veggies into our bed and also started our new art topic – stick transformation. Our art topic is all about using natural materials. We began by finding things in our forest school area that we could use to create art. Lots of the children used mud to join their materials together and what an excellent job they did!

Year 2

Snap Shot of the Week

This week, Year 4 have been preparing to learn their new model text in English. The children were excited to create canal safety posters in response to a letter from “the local council” warning of the dangers of water. Hopefully this activity gave the children lots of ideas that they will be able to use in their writing over the coming weeks

Year 4

Year 6

Year 6 have begun rehearsals for Oliver!  All of a sudden the hall is full of Dickensian ne’er-do-wells.  We’ve visited a Victorian workhouse, an undertakers, the streets of London and a dingy thieves hideout.  The school has also been filled with the sound of singing – “Food Glorious Food” and “Consider Yourself” being two firm favourites!  We can’t wait for what’s next!

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