As part of Healthy week we had an athlete join us today - Justine Lucas has represented England on numerous occasions most recently the Women's rugby world cup! Despite being aggressive on the field, off the field Justine loves mentoring the future generation and pushing them to achieve their dreams. She spent time with each class and despite the heat the children had fun and some now want to join a Rugby team. A huge thank you to Justine and to Mrs Nicholls for organising.
What a lovely day, the sun was shinning, happy smiley children and Earith’s got talent showed us some confident little artists. A huge!!! thanks goes to FOES for all their hard work and dedication to make this event happen and raise funds for the school.
A little clip from Earith's Got Talent
On Thursday we had French Day as part of our Modern Foreign Languages. The children looked wonderful dressed in red, white and blue: the colours of the French flag. The children looked at a variety of things over the day including learning all about France, French landmarks and French artists. They had extra French lessons and sang French songs. They tasted a variety of French pastries, and later a mixture of French cheeses with baguette.
The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves, as did the staff.
Thank you to Jo in the kitchen for putting together a French menu for the day. We also had a joke menu for the children in registration - their faces were a picture!
Squirrels and Hedgehogs had a wonderful day today and really dressed up for the occasion. One of the highlights was the spam sandwiches for lunch, a first for many. The children behaved brilliantly and were a credit to the school. Thank you to our volunteers for helping today.
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.