Monday began with a visit from Year 3 teacher Mrs Banks. The children had the opportunity to talk about Year 3 as part of their transition in KS2. Meanwhile Mrs Smith was invited to visit Year 1 which she found very useful.
On Wednesday, Mrs Benyon took the children to complete the final part of their Right STart Training. Everyone has passed and will receive a certificate but the main outcome will be that the children know how to stay safe near roads and when crossing. Thank you to the volunteer helpers, without whom the training couldn’t have happened!
On Thursday the whole school went into the hall to watch the poetry finals. We were amazed by the performances and proud of our own Rafferty who won the KS1 trophy!
The vegetables are continuing to be harvested and the children weighed our home grown radishes and compared them to the tiny shop bought produce- quite a contrast!
On Friday the sun shone down as we prepared for the Summer Fair. Thank you again to the parents who put in so much effort to ensure these events are successful.
Well done to all our amazing poetry performers and all those who entered our annual event in memory of former pupil Helen Leech. Mr Grice congratulated finalists on the very high standard which has been maintained this year. KS1 winner was Rafferty and KS2 winners were Libby and Niamh.