That’s KS2 SATs over and done with for another year! Well done to all the Year 6 children for working so hard and giving each test their best across the week. We are all very proud of you all.
The children enjoyed celebrating the upcoming Royal wedding today. They had a cake and a drink in their classes this afternoon and joined in with activities such as singing the national anthem and making flags!
Owls class had a fantastic day finding out about the Great Fire of London as part of their Curriculum theme for this half term and what fantastic costumes! As part of the day children were involved in practical activities, drama, story telling and investigated about a specific job and family living in London in 1666. Thank you to HISTORY OFF THE PAGE and parent volunteers for helping on the day.
In the Spring term, Earith Primary School took part in a poetry competition run by the Rotary club. All children from year 2 to year 6 were asked to write a poem to celebrate the up coming wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. We are happy to announce that Thomas and Lola were winners for our local area and now will be judged nationally with other poems around the country. The top 50 poems will be presented to Harry and Meghan as a wedding gift! Thomas and Lola were presented with certificates in assembly on Friday and each given a cash prize. Three other individuals were also were presented with certificates and commended on their efforts: Mylo, Charisma and Georgina.
EASTER AFTERNOON AND EGG HUNT – a huge thank you to FOES for organising a wonderful afternoon. Children had lots of fun on the egg hunt, they made hats and decorated eggs for homework. Each class had a winner and were presented with a prize in assembly. Thanks to Mums and Dads for joining in – looks like it wasn’t just the children that had fun.
We wish you a very Happy Easter and see the children back to School on TUESDAY 17TH APRIL.
SPORTS RELIEF DAY -They all looked great in their sports kits which ranged from ballet to football to street dance. The children enjoyed taking part in the circuits which were set up in the hall. The activities included hula hooping, rope swinging, lunges and bench steps. There were lots of red faces at the end of the day! We will let you know how much money was raised for the charity. Thanks to Mrs Lawrence and School Council for organising.