"Teach a child in the way it should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." Proverbs 22.6

Our vision: 'To create a welcoming Christian community of mutual love and care, where all are valued for who they are, where everyone is inspired to reach their full potential.'

Emily Barker Y4
Writer Winner!
Emily Barker Y4
During the course of the half term, Y4 have been learning to write in the style of a journalist. To demonstrate the writing skills we have learnt, the children wrote their own report. Currently, we are reading a book called 'Meet me by the Steelmen'.  The report was based on an mysterious brake-in, which took place at Meadowhall. Emily won the award for writing an engaging and detailed newspaper report. Keep an eye for for the next star writer! 

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  • Art Day! On Wednesday we had a whole school art day. The focus was upon sculpture.In Year 3 and 4 the children looked at the work of Lowry, also Giacommeti’s bronze men statues. The stimuli was then sketched and the children designed their own steel man. The children created their own steel man sculpture using varied thicknesses of wire. They thoroughly enjoyed seeing the figure appear as the day progressed. Finally a wire umbrella was added as a nod towards Samuel Fox and the paragon umbrella.In Year 5 and 6 the children created a clay model of a foot. This linked to the current theme of 'Journeys'. Children sketched the human foot thinking about the potential journey the foot ...
    Posted 12 Feb 2014 06:59 by Mrs Bradwell
  • Bake Sale! Yesterday Y6 girls hosted a bake sale to raise funds for Bluebell Wood Hospice. The girls made a variety of tasty morsels which sold 'like hot cakes' !!!! We are currently counting up the money raised and are very grateful to anyone who bought and donated money to such a worthwhile cause. We are planning another one this half term, so keep an eye out for an upcoming date.
    Posted 22 Jan 2014 08:45 by Mrs Bradwell
  • Macmillan Coffee Morning and Open Afternoon. Today we had our Macmillan 'Coffee Morning' in the afternoon! We invited parents to join us for a tea or coffee and a piece of delicious cake and then visit their child in their classroom. It was lovely to see so many parents and carers having tea and cake and going into classes to find out about their learning. Thanks go to Mrs Ashton who has baked with the children this week to provide cakes, flapjack and buns for us this afternoon.       
    Posted 27 Sep 2013 10:54 by Mrs Bradwell
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