Mrs. Power asked the children to produce a video book review for World Book Day.
Mrs. Power asked the children to produce a book review recommendation as part of World Book Day.
Mrs Power asked the children to review a book that they would recommend to other children as part of World Book Day.
Art work produced by Osprey, Hare, Badger and Squirrel classes.
We have been unable to meet as a whole school and restrictions have meant that we are unable to sing as we usually would. It is amazing the difference music makes to your mood and well-being. We hope that you enjoy listening to these songs as much as we have in making them. Merry Christmas.
As we are unable to go to the church for our annual Christingle Service, this year Osprey Class led our virtual Christingle Service. We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we did.
Our annual Nativity performance from Owl, Robin and Fox classes. We hope you enjoy it as much as we have.
Christmas music played by our clarinet performers - years 4, 5 and 6. Our thanks to Lewis Blythe our music teacher provided by Suffolk County Music Service.
A message from Santa for everyone in Owl Class
An updated version of the leavers' video (containing those videos accidentally missed off). We hope you enjoy. Thank you to everyone who shared their memories and hopes for the future. Thanks too to Mrs Pennistone and Leo for their work in completing the final version of the video. Goodbye and good luck to all of our lovely leavers.
As we were all in Lockdown this summer due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, we had to be creative with our leavers' celebrations. Mrs Pennistone asked our lovely year 6 children to film their memories as well as their hopes for the future and send this in to create a video. Leo offered to compile all of the videos and I am sure that you will agree that he has done a fantastic job. Thank you Leo for all of your hard work. Thank you to all year 6 children and good luck in your new schools.
In response to our staff toilet roll video, it was wonderful to see many of our children throwing their own toilet rolls back at us! We hope it makes you smile as much as we did! Stay positive and stay safe.
During the Covid-19 Lockdown the staff decided to make a video to try to raise the spirits of everyone in the school by playing "pass the toilet roll" between us all! We hope you enjoy some light relief during this time and that it helps to bring a smile to your face! Take care and stay safe, Mrs Ratley and the team #GREAT #team #enjoy
Hare Class Talk for Writing about zoos.
Year 3 showing the story of Pirate Island through Talk for Writing.
Squirrel Class (year 3) have been observing signs of activity from the Great Barton Ridgeback Dragon. They have been writing non-chronological reports based on their findings.
An introduction for our value this half term based on our Imaginor scheme. It includes interactive elements and is exactly what our first whole school worship would have been were we in school this half term. Listen out for children you may know as well as some of the adults who are in school at the moment. We hope you find it a valuable resource for some reflection at home.
As part of our performance at the Cathedral we were involved in some Swahili singing.
During the Thankfulness service at the cathedral in Bury St Edmunds, 21 of our super-stars performed a dance (taught to them by Irene Leech) to The Lord's Prayer.