Today we remember the symbol of the Lampedusa Cross. The people of Lampedusa helped to save the lives of 155 refugees in 2013. Tragically many of those people lost their lives in their quest for freedom and a chance of a new life... The cross also stands witness to the kindness of the people of the small island of Lampedusa who have done what they can for the refugees and migrants who arrive on their shores. Today we have performed a range of activities that promote us to live better by following their example.
World Book Day with Mr Fisher's class. A great way of learning and sharing our love for reading. We must do this more often!
2nd best in Somerset at indoor athletics. Incredible effort by the team and huge thanks to Mr Fisher for taking a huge amount of time to organise the event!
Here’s Year 6 rehearsing some performance poetry from WW2 detailing life during the air-raids in urbanised areas. Only their first attempt!
Here’s Harriet proudly providing a show and tell about her great grandfather who served heroically in the military.
Here’s our Year 6 chaplaincy team helping to deliver class collective worship today.
Working on our gymnastics routine before Mr Fisher takes some of our Year 6’s to competition.
Our WW2 display looking great. Please bring anything of relevance for us to share with class.
Year 5 and 6 dramatising some scenes from our topic book 'Number the Stars'.
Playground leaders. Today was our first day for this lunchtime project this year with Reception children
Today Professor Jones visited us to tell us more about the Aztec and Mayan origin of chocolate.
Today Mr Fisher and Miss Kelly showed off their dance moves at the production of Robin Hood. Go to their class page to check out the pictures.
A visit from Father Frank to discuss the purpose of prayer.
Here we're performing poetry for a specific Charlie and the Chocolate Factory character.