Weekly News- 17.2.23


Well done for a fantastic Spring 1 term! We are very proud of you all and we have loved our topic ‘Tribal Tales!’

Have a lovely half-term break. Get plenty of rest and we cannot wait to see what our Spring term 2 will bring!


Here are a few pictures from our spectacular Stone Age Day. The children had a blast creating a tribal headdress and some tribal jewellery, taking part in archery with Mr G, creating Stonehenge using Multilink and stone painting. The children looked amazing in their Stone Age dress up and we are so grateful for the hard work and effort from all the children and parents.

What a day!

Pupil of the Week

The Pupil of the Week award in 2NS goes to Edith! Edith puts 100% effort into all she is asked to do. Her books are always beautifully presented too!

The Pupil of the Week award in 2ZH goes to Ruben! Ruben always has lovely manners. Well done, Ruben!

Inspire, Enjoy & Achieve

Each half-term, we celebrate the work and effort of children who demonstrate our 3 key values- inspire, enjoy and achieve.

InspireAmber for inspiring other children to try their very best!

Enjoy- Shanaya G for enjoying school life!

Achieve- Hazel for achieving excellent results in her PE lessons!

Reading Stars

Our reading stars this week are:

Jack for outstanding Accelerated Reader results this half term!

Amber for achieving 15x 100% scores in a row on her reading quizzes!

Bailey for super scores on his reading quizzes!


Well done to Harry, Mason and Nancy this week. Your homework was brilliant and you tried your absolute best. Well done!

Sports Award

The Sports Award in 2ZH goes to Leia for demonstrating PASSION when being a hockey umpire!

The Sports Award in 2NS goes to Dayton & Esmae for demonstrating RESPECT when taking part in a hockey tournament.


We would like to wish Nancy, Shanaya-Rai and Bella a huge HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Have a fabulous day girls!

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