As we near the end of term, the Year 5 children have been sharing their homework projects for the very last time. They were ALL amazing and it was very clear how much effort and time the children had put in to their work. It was very hard to choose an outright winner so the adults chose two: Amelie and Blair. Well done to those two and well deserved. Overall, the year 5's have worked so hard this year and gained so much from their work. Thank you to the parents for their ongoing support with these projects. It means a lot to see everybody getting involved and actually enjoying their homework. Have a lovely Summer.
The Year 6 children have been spending their last few sessions with their "Buddies". The now "not so young" Reception children will spread their wings and continue to grow more independently as they move to Year 1 (and Year 6 move on to their high schools.) The children will miss their "Buddies" but leave knowing they are ready to make the next step in their journey through school. A huge thank you to the Year 6 children for being so kind, helpful and caring towards the younger children.
Year 6 and their Buddies
Y6 Winmarleigh Hall Residential Visit
All the children have safely returned from their residential trip to Winmarleigh Hall, very tired (and probably very dirty!) having had a wonderful time. Their behaviour and conduct was a credit to our school - as ever! Thank you so much to all the staff who gave up their time to accompany the children on the visit and helped to take such good care of them.
During MADD Week, year 5 and 6 had a visit from the Marton Operatic Society where we dressed up and joined in with an opera. We loved working together and we had such fun.
Marton Operatic Society
As part of our M.A.D Week (Music, Art and Drama), we have been working with the band : Lazy Mondays, to help us to create a fabulous Leaver's song.