RADIO 2 500 WORDS COMPETITION UPDATE
I am delighted to let you know that yet again we have had major competition success - this time in a National competition. Emily L (yr 5) and Brendan (yr 6) were amongst the shortlisted entrants in the second phase of the competition. Their stories were amongst the 5000 selected from an incredible 135,000! Congratulations to both of our talented writers.
UPDATE REGARDING 100 WORD AMAZING ADVENTURES
I have just heard that the publication of your mini-sagas has been delayed and will take place on 12 June. Your copies of the book will go out to home addresses if that is the option you selected, or kept at school until it reopens.
Important message from the parents that organise the Yr 6 leavers treats:
"The parents organising the leavers hoodies etc are still hoping to go ahead with as many of the normal year 6 leavers' things as possible. We are looking to place the order for the year 6 leavers' hoodies on 8th May. With this in mind can parents please return their order forms and cash to either Sarah Hooper, Kim Hill or Amanda Davies. If you didn't receive the letter and form please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy. The double decker bus is still booked and a deposit has been paid. If we are back to normal or as close as possible then the intention is for the Yr 6 leavers to still have this treat too."
THE PAGE IS PRINTED COMPETITION - Tacchi Morris - A Door Opens...
Fabulous news - we have won another creative writing competition! Heather Cooke (Year 5 Tigers) has won the Under 18 prize. She will be invited along to the Awards and Readings evening once gatherings are permitted again, and her work is to be published in an anthology. Congratulations to Heather - a very talented writer indeed!
KILVE COURT RESIDENTIAL - OCTOBER 2019
The Year 6 children had a wonderful time at Kilve Court. Although the weather was a little disappointing, it didn't deter us from making the most of our few days away. The children put their skills of resilience and teamwork to the test, and showed courage and determination on the various activities. In addition to a long beach walk, fossil hunting, a field walk and shelter-building, the children also participated in abseiling, climbing, grass-sledging and archery. In the evenings, after more outdoor adventures (and a quiz on our second night), the children were happy (and even eager!) to go to bed. A very successful trip with a great year group! More photos to follow.