It’s British Science Week! The theme this year is ‘Innovating for the Future’ and the children will be thinking about what homes will be like in the future. We’ve all been spending far more time at home than usual and using more technology than ever before. So how could this change in another 10, 20 … Read more
Mrs Driver wants to welcome everyone to 2021 in her assembly. This would normally be shared with the whole school in class but as so many of you are home learning, we thought this was the best way to share it! Look out for future assemblies!
The Orbit team have been busy writing articles for the Spring edition of the Orbit. As many children will not be at school for the next few weeks we have decided to upload it to the website instead of sending out a printed issue this term.We hope you enjoy reading it!Don’t forget to enter the … Read more
Science Week 2020 was launched on Friday with a presentation and demonstration based on this year’s theme ‘Our Diverse Planet.’ In the whole school assembly, children heard about what makes our planet so amazing and the diversity on it; from landscapes to animal life, materials obtained from it and products created and the weather subjected … Read more
Shrove Tuesday comes round more quickly every year. With this year, it being just after half term, the house captains had plenty of time to pick their teams! Mrs Hall was in charge of providing the pancakes and she was determined that her pancakes were not going to fall apart during the course of the … Read more
Every half term a pupil is chosen to receive the Kindness Award. All adults working in school can nominate children for the award and they will all receive a certificate. The pupil with the most nominations is awarded a certificate and the award for the next half term. These pupils all received a highly commended … Read more