Congratulations to our World Book Day costume winners:
Reception – Louis (Owls), Gabriel (Robins) and Julia (Blackbirds)
KS1 – Ruby (Kingfishers), Daisy (Woodpeckers), Poppy (Parrots), Thomas (Flamingos), Harry (Penguins) and Joseph (Hummingbirds)
KS2 – Alfie (Puffins), Issy (Eagles), Ellie (Pelicans), Michal (Nightingales), Jasmine (Jackdaws), Jack (Skylarks), Fendi (Swifts), Emily (Falcons), Kaitlin (Kestrels) and Ria (Peacocks)
An exclusive and amazing new TMHP Recipe Book made with help of parents and children is finally published!
With this fantastic TMHP Recipe Book, you can learn how to make cakes from all over the world. It costs only £3.00 so grab yourself a bargain! You can buy it from the school office or Mrs Lowson.
In our school we like to celebrate children’s achievements in all areas, and we are very proud that one of our pupils was chosen to be a football mascot last week. Harry Goulding from Penguins class accompanied the Arsenal and Bayern Munich players onto the pitch during Wednesday’s game. Click on the pictures to make them bigger.
Well done Harry! The school is very proud of you!
Today, KS1 children have experienced what school was like for children in Victorian times. Their teachers dressed in Victorian clothes and taught children woodwork, sewing, handwriting, drill and cooking.
Children were not told about this before so that they had the full experience! This introduces our new topic about Brunel and Victorian times.
Lots of children have been practising their times table at home using flash cards. In each class, children competed to have a chance to take part in a special assembly.
Today we held the Valentine’s Times Table Competition between the top 4 children in assembly.
Runner up: Abdul
Well done to everyone who took part. Keep on practising as you might be the champion next time!
Science Week starts with a bang!
Today Mr G came into school to show us how fun and exciting science can be. He really inspired us ready for our science week. Check out these photos and why not try some of the simple things he showed you at home? (Obviously with help from a capable adult)
Today, Monday 6th, and tomorrow, Tuesday 7th, are both INSET days. Children are due back in school on Wednesday 8th January.
Happy New Year to everyone.
I asked Mrs McAll if we could hold a Create a Christmas Decoration Competition and these are the winners:
Reception: Morgan and McKenzie
Y1: Maria, Dom and Kaylie
Y2: Daisy, Argent and Joe
Y3: Daniel and Chloe
Y5: Daisy and Ella
by Cerys and Ibad
This Monday Mr McAll came in to school to help the digital leaders have a go at coding. They used some resources from Code Club to create a brilliant Christmas game. We were both very impressed at the skills on show and the way that the children worked together to complete the challenge of coding. They all have a brilliant future ahead of them!
Here is an example of one of the games made by Simone in Jackdaws Class.
What a great game – Can you get to fifty presents and save Christmas?
If you would like to have a go at coding at home, then why not visit:
It is free to sign up and is full of brilliant resources to help you learn how to code by yourself! You can even build your own computer games and share them with other people. If you make anything then come and show me!!!