Gallery - How we've Grown

Year 2 Recorder Concert

The children showed their parents how far they have come in their recorder lessons this year.

Artist in Residence

Local Artist, Rachel Russell worked with the Year 2 children on creating lasting masterpieces that they can be proud of, and we can remember them by.

International Dance Day – 2nd July 2018

The children in Years 1 and 2 celebrated the World Cup through Dance from all over the world.


NED Show – 29th June 2018

The children were enthralled by the NED Show on 29th June.  The show encourages children to “Never give up, Encourage others and Do their best”. 

Everybody Writes Day – 6th June 2018

It was delightful to see the huge display of writing on the playground – the outcome of Everybody Writes Day. 

Heartstart – June 2018

Parents and children alike learned some very valuable lifesaving skills when this local charity, Heartstart, visited our school. 

Service Family Picnic – 19th June 2018

In celebration of Armed Forces Day (30th June), we invited our Service families to a special picnic on 19th June. 

Sports Day – 18th May 2018

We joined the Junior School for a fun morning of different sporting activities.  Well done to everyone who took part.

Year 1 Grandparents Tea Party – 26th April 2018

It was lovely to see so many Grandparents of our Year 1 children yesterday.  The children sang uplifting springtime songs and shared poems with their family members.  

Wear a Hat Day – 29th March 2018

We supported the charity “Brain Tumour Research” by joining their Wear a Hat Day.  Children created or decorated their own hats and there were some unique and wonderful masterpieces!

International Women’s Day – 8th March 2018

We celebrated International Women’s Day on 8th March where each class was given an influential woman from history to find out about, with the task of creating an exhibition about her life and achievements for a “museum” in the classroom.

Science Week – March 2018

Our Science week this year was all about getting out and about in our environment and taking part in some “hands on” science.

World Book Day – 1st March 2018

We celebrated World Book Day by dressing as book characters.  The children displayed their costumes in a whole school parade and also visited different classes across the school to share favourite stories.