Enjoy our KS1 Music Teacher's weekly musical/sing-a-long sessions. Click on the image below to direct you to these sessions.
Happy Easter to all our pupils and their families!
Here's a song that we normally sing at our Easter service.
Crank up your speakers and join in!
If you would like some more Easter themed activities and puzzles, visit the Barnabas in Schools page.
We've compiled a list of home learning resources. As parents may have older children, we've included links for KS3 and 4.
Hope parents find it useful.
Thank you all for your wonderful work you have emailed in to us, this term, to share on our school Blog this term.
Olivia, in Class 5, has been working on the story, 'The Nowhere Emporium', a whole class shared-read.
Sonny and Lottie in Class 2, have been working on Spring poems at home. Well done!
This week's blog chat is about saying Thank You.
During these strange and difficult times, it's especially important to show people that we care and appreciate the things they do for us.
Tell us who you have said thank you to recently, and why? (This can include the people you live with!) You might have thanked someone in person, on the phone, or even online. Tell us all about it!
Here's this week's virtual assembly videos for you to discuss at home with your families.
Lots of people might be joining in with the applause for the NHS this evening. So I thought it might be fun to share this happy song for you to join in at home!
Keep up the great work everyone. I've really enjoyed seeing all your fantastic work!
There's some activities to go with the song here!
Lincoln and Ellie, in Class 2, have been writing Spring poems in school.
Grace Kinsey (Y4) in Class 4, has been working hard on her newspaper report and sister Ophelia Kinsey (Y2) Class 2, has been busy, being creative, writing a poem about Spring. Great work girls!
Matthew Overton (Y2) Class 2, is delighted with his information writing on 'The Wright Brothers'.
Thank you and a BIG well done to you all! It's lovely to be able to see and share your work from home and school. Keep them coming in!
The Key Stage 2 children in Childcare today have written these fiendishly difficult puzzles for you to solve.
Click on the Comments to read each one, and if you think you know the answer, click Reply on that puzzle. Get your thinking caps on folks!