We visited Jurassic Park. In Forest School we dug out dinosaur footprints and made skeletons out of sticks. Some children made dinosaur food for them to eat. We drew, painted and made dinosaurs and fossils out of clay, soap and cotton buds. We found dinosaur footprints and dinosaur teeth and made a big skeleton of a dinosaur.
We recently had a very positive inspection from Ofsted on 6th February 2018.
Here are some of the comments:
Pupils' behaviour is impeccable and they are a credit to their families.
The school has built an enviable track record of academic improvement.
You are ably supported by a very capable team of senior leaders and expert teaching and support staff.
The school has "high quality teaching, an engaging and diverse curriculum and excellent levels of care, guidance and support, which promote pupils personal development well."
Parents and carers value the schools caring ethos and appreciate the schools tireless work on behalf of their children.
Governors have the skills to monitor and evaluate rigorously the effectiveness of school leadership and the schools performance. They are astute and discharge their duties diligently.
We saw many features of exceptional teaching.
Your provision for pupils who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities is outstanding.
The very effective development of children in Nursery and Reception is the foundation stone of the outstanding progress pupils go on to achieve.
We are very proud of everyone's achievements. Please read the full report here.
SNOW – OUR SCHOOL STAYED OPEN!
We had great fun. We made snow statues, snow people, snow animals. We had snowball fights and went sledging. We made igloos and ice sculptures. We had a wonderful time.
Chinese New Year 2018
We watched a film about Chinese New Year, getting ready for it and the Lion dance. We listened to Chinese music and made our own red envelopes. We did lots of different activities across school to celebrate.