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  • Shambo the Bull

    March 8, 2019

    Last Friday, Class VW conducted a debate about Shambo the bull.  In 2007, Shambo was issued with a slaughter notice due to being infected with TB. The Hindu monks at Skanda Vale, Wales wanted to care for him until he died rather than have him slaughtered; they started a petition and even went to court.  Ultimately, Shambo was removed from the temple and slaughtered in line with disease prevention strategies.   The Class got into small groups and represented different organisations including DEFRA, The Welsh Assembly, The Hindu Forum of Britain, vets, etc. They researched the group they were representing and…

  • Online Safety poster competition

    March 8, 2019

    During 'Safer Internet week',  we launched the online safety poster competition.   Thank you to all of those in Key Stage 2 who entered the online safety poster competition.  Mrs Picton, Mrs Colchester, a few other teachers and myself had the tricky decision  to chose.  With so many entries,  rather than having just two winners, we also chose three runners up.   Upper Key Stage 2 winner - Joshua Lower Key Stage 2 winner - Eira Runner-up - Matilda (Year 6)  We particularly liked the flaps with messages written underneath.   Runner up - Thomas (year 5) Runner up - Annabel (year 6) The…

  • FOREST SCHOOL - CLASS KM

    March 8, 2019

    WEEK 1 Another busy but blustery morning at Forest School. The children enjoyed taking part in a woodland animal scavenger hunt and creating shelters for the animals.                                                                 Mud kitchen creations!                                    Creating a wand using a feather found in the wood.                      …

  • Open the book

    March 8, 2019

    'Open the book' assembly told the miracle of Jesus meeting Peter the fisherman.    We heard the story of how Peter the fisherman set sail overnight and caught nothing after hours and hours of trying to catch some fish.  Yet, after Jesus had spoken to him and told him to try again, he caught an abundance of fish. The fishermen were astonished by the miracle and understood it was a sign that the presence of God was around.  This was the first step in understanding who Jesus was.  Jesus called all the fishermen to leave everything and become his disciples as fishers…

  • Mardi Gras

    March 8, 2019

    Classes SC and JT celebrated Mardi Gras (a little late) during their French lessons today. They practised how to greet the waiter, ask for a crepe politely, thank the waiter and say goodbye.  Here is what they said about the café:“I enjoyed the sweet and sugary treat whilst learning French in a fun and exciting way” (Audrey SC)Max (SC) said “I ordered a pancake by saying ‘Je voudrais une crepe au citron at sucre s’il vous plait’. They were delicious”“it was the best French lesson ever” (Edward SC)

  • World Book Day

    March 8, 2019

    Fantastic! What a super turn out of costumes today from children and staff. Many classes have done paired reading today, with the older children reading favourite stories to the young ones. Here is just a small selection of photos from today, there are many more images on the website gallery - do take a look. Thank you to everyone for their donation to Book Aid International today, we're still counting but will update the amount soon.

  • School Books from EADT Tokens

    March 7, 2019

    Thank you to all the families who collected the EADT book tokens for our school. Here is the terrific selection of books that we have ordered from the scheme.

  • Rugby Festival 2019

    March 8, 2019

    On Wednesday 6th March. nineteen pupils represented the school in a Rugby Festival at Thomas Mills High School. The pupils showed great bravery, strength and power during the matches. Both teams were very successful with some close matches and many high scores. We would like to thank our parent helpers for walking with us and supporting the matches so positively. If parents have any photos of this event, we would like to add them to this post please. 

  • Chess Tournament

    March 5, 2019

    The chess tournament which started before Christmas reached its climax on Monday when 2 boys from Year 5 played out a very good match.  Congratulations to Tommaso the runner up and to Angus, the 2019 champion!

  • Guitar Assembly

    March 1, 2019

    Our talented guitar pupils showed off their skills today in an assembly to the whole school. Mr Butcher, the tutor, did a great job in leading the children today, who performed a number of superb pieces really well. The parents of the performers were invited along to enjoy the show.

  • March 1, 2019

    On Thursday 28th February, twelve pupils competed in level 2 Hockey competition at Hartismere High School ,Eye. This is what a parent thought:  'It was lovely to see the children from our school show not only great hockey skills but also perseverance and good sportsmanship qualities at the Hockey Tournament today. There were some very challenging games and the children were hugely supportive and encouraging of each other. Thank you Mr Peck for a great day!'   We would like to thank the parent helpers for supporting this event. We are very grateful. Finally, well done children. 

  • FOREST SCHOOL CLASS KM

    February 28, 2019

    WEEK 1 A lovely busy morning spent at Robin Wood. The children were introduced to the Forest School code of conduct before playing a game of 1,2,3 Where are you? They found some good places to hide around the wood. We discovered some camouflaged elf hair which led us to a letter from Willow the woodland elf asking us to help find his lost woodland friends. He very kindly left us a special treat of hot chocolate and biscuits to enjoy at snack time. The children spent the rest of the morning enjoying freeplay and exploring the woodland. We finished the morning…

  • Sports Leaders at SRH

    February 26, 2019

    This year to date, forty pupils from year five and six have officiated School Games activity. The pupils in the photograph below officiated the House Hockey Festival for RH, LC, KVJA and SC. Leading a sports event is one part of the sports leader offering at SRH. Other duties have included attending sports leader training. Of which, most pupils did earlier this year, and this was in their break time. What keen learners we have! 

  • RH, LC , KVJA and SC Hockey Festival 2019

    February 26, 2019

    On Thursday 14th February 2019, pupils from four classes came together to compete in a Hockey festival. On eight pitches, sixty-four pupils competed in three matches against other houses in their year group. The teams were mixed and matches were officiated by sports leaders in year five. Teachers were delighted by the sporting conduct and fair play that was exhibited by all pupils. 

  • FOREST SCHOOL - CLASS CH

    February 15, 2019

    WEEK 6 Class CH enjoyed a lovely last session at Robbin Wood, the sun was shining and was perfect for a campfire. We started by introducing the fire triangle and the children helped to identify what was needed to light a fire, fuel, heat and oxygen. We talked about safety, as the fire was set ready for snack.   The children went and explored the woodland, accessing resources and using their imagination to create  stories using the woodland animals, while others went on a worm hunt. A wonderful home for the woodland friends. Lots of worms were found today.…

  • Bronze at Basketball Tournament

    February 16, 2019

    On Wednesday 13th February, eleven pupils from year five represented the school in a School Games level 2 basketball Tournament. The children have practised during their break times in preparation for the event.  Here's what some of our Year 5 Basketball team had to say about the tournament yesterday. Seth - It was exciting and there was good sportsmanship Lexi - It was very fun and everyone played well together Edi & Bella - It was great to score and be part of the first team from SRH to take part in a basketball tournament Kit - I really enjoyed…

  • London Trip - Year 6

    February 15, 2019

    Year 6 enjoyed a fantastic day in London on Wednesday, visiting Westminster Abbey and The Houses of Parliament.   First they explored the treasures, tombs and memorials in the Abbey and then they were lucky enough to watch part of  a live debate in the House of Commons. This enabled them to make their own debates  about  smoking and homework  in the Workshops very realistic.   The day ended with the much anticipated visit to the service station for tea on the way home.  It was agreed that everyone had all learned a great deal and been inspired by some amazing experiences.    A couple of images from…

  • 'Open the book'

    February 13, 2019

    Open the book shared the story of Jesus being baptised. The story was acted out with John wanting to live a very simple life.  Many people came to be baptised and follow in John's steps living a simple life. He sometimes even ate locusts or slept outside under the stars.   Jesus came to be baptised.  We heard how, as soon as Jesus was baptised, the sky opened up and the Holy Spirit came like a beautiful white dove, and landed right on Jesus shoulder.  Then a voice from heaven said, "This is my Son, I love him and I am pleased…

  • Shiver me timbers! There’s no scurvy in Class LH!!

    February 13, 2019

    What would you eat if you were marooned on an island?   We discussed the possibilities of going fishing, hunting for mammals and birds and then we thought about the vegetation and plants and what we might find that we could eat.  We discussed how, if pirates didn’t eat a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables, they often suffered from scurvy.  We all decided it would be better to eat fruit!!  We also talked about how we would catch the animals using natural materials such as sharpened sticks, bones from dead animals, beaks to act as a scoop and sharp…

  • VW PASB House Tag-Rugby Festival 2019

    February 16, 2019

    On Monday 11th February 2019, fifty-six pupils from VW and PASB participated in a Tag-Rugby Festival. In just five weeks, pupils' Tag-Rugby knowledge has blossomed and flourished. This has culminated in an incredible display of strategy and skill during the tournament. 

  • Tractor in School

    February 12, 2019

    As part of their topic work the Year 3/4 classes enjoyed a talk and demo with a big shiny John Deere tractor in the sunshine today.

  • Online safety

    February 8, 2019

    Throughout the week the school has embarked on embracing and delivering the message for safer internet day which this year was about getting permission.  From nursery right up to Year 6, the message about online etiquette has been shared with different ideas been talked about and role play scenarios been acted out.  Here are a few examples of the range of activities that the children have been doing. Nursery  - We watched a story with Buddy the dog about keeping safe online and talked about how the children should always ask for help if they see something strange if they are playing on…

  • Inspirational violin assembly

    February 7, 2019

    Cal Fell gave an inspiring and informative assembly about violins and violas.  Cal talked about how violins made the sound and shared with the children some homemade violins using different sizes of elastic bands and cereal boxes to demonstrate the length and width of the strings.  She then showed us these differences on the viola and the violin.   Two children held a piece of string taught and Cal plucked it to show how the sound was created.  She also shared how horse-tail hair was used for the bow. Cal and four children shared different playing techniques on their violins such as the…

  • FOREST SCHOOL - Thank you to Greener Fram

    February 7, 2019

    We would like to say a big thank you to Greener Fram for donating some money to Forest School. We have been able to buy a wormery for the children to recycle their snack waste and make our own compost.  We also purchased a wheelbarrow and a spade which the children have enjoyed using already.

  • FOREST SCHOOL-CLASS CH

    February 7, 2019

    WEEK 5 A very windy morning at Robin Wood meant that the children explored the outside of the woodland. We recapped on the fire circle game that we introduced last week and the children did a good job at remembering how to move around the fire circle safely. We discussed with the children how we could not have a fire this week and they helped to identify why. There was still lots to keep the children busy during the morning. Some wonderful obstacle courses were made by the children. They showed great team work, problem solving and creativity while also developing…

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