Year Six Community & Gardening Morning
Yesterday one half of Y6 were with Mrs Sharples designing, making and decorating clay pots which they later filled with spring plants. They hope to take the flowers to residents of Elm Grove next week as an Easter gift. Continue reading
On Wednesday 26th March 2014, the National Union of Teachers has stated that their members will take strike action. On this day, the school will be closed to pupils in classes 1RW and 2CW. School will be open for all other children. Continue reading
A group of Y5 pupils completed their cycle training this week – well done to everyone who took part. Certificates will be given out shortly. Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who attended parents’ evenings this week. I hope you found the meetings informative. If you haven’t yet made an appointment, please speak to your child’s class teacher to arrange one. Continue reading
Netball / Football Club
There will be no after school netball club on Wednesday, 5th March because of parents’ evening.
Instead, extra sessions have been arranged for Monday, 3rd March and Monday, 10th March. It is also hoped to have netball on Wednesday, 12th March although it does now clash with the rearranged Kingshill Cross Country.
It is essential that as many children as possible attend netball practices in the next fortnight as the tournament is on Thursday, 13th March at Deer Park. Continue reading
Year Six Local History Museum
Congratulations to all the members of Class 6DK who produced such a wonderful array of items for our museum of Victorian Cirencester. The range and quality was amazing and everybody will be receiving a merit for their efforts. Work included models of local buildings’ Powerpoint presentations, replica diaries and scrapbooks. The amount of research that went into the topic was very impressive and I think we have all learnt something new this term. Continue reading
Monday, 10th Feb will be the last Cross Country Club. Congratulations to all the children who have taken part, and many thanks to Mrs Sharples and Mr & Mrs Gray, who have braved the weather and helped inspire everyone to keep going. Everyone has made great improvements in stamina and distance. Continue reading
Year Six visit to Deer Park
Y6 pupils visited Deer Park School on Wednesday to take part in hockey coaching led by Y10 BTech students. Despite the weather it was an excellent afternoon and the Deer Park staff commented on the very good behaviour and skills of our children. The Deer Park students should also be commended for their enthusiasm and careful preparation of their sessions. Continue reading
There will be no after school football club on Thursday, 30th January as Mr Ballard and the teaching staff will be involved in PE training. Football will resume as usual on Thursday, 6th February. Continue reading
Congratulations to all the children (and Mrs Gray and Mrs Sharples) who did so well at Cross Country Club on Monday, especially as the weather was less than kind for our first outing. The levels of fitness and enthusiasm were very impressive. Continue reading