We are pupils, proud of our postcards!

The pupils below have caught my eye at some point this morning. They have been working hard, getting smart and being kind. Well done guys.

I wonder who will be awarded with postcards tomorrow? What will you do to catch my eye?

Mrs Haycock


Yellow T-Shirt Winner

This week, Agrima has been awarded the yellow t-shirt. She always pushes herself to be the best that she can be. Her aspirations are always high and she strives to achieve green standard daily as gold is simply not good enough for her!

Well done Agrima. You really do emulate every word of the Plover Pledge!

Mrs Haycock


Phonics Labs

Children this week will be recapping their phonics learning and focusing on spotting graphemes, then reading the words. They were f a n t a s t i c! #LovePlover

We are still scientists!

Today we have been conducting our scientific research into changing states – in particular how temperature changes in water as ice melts.

We grappled with using thermometers and then this afternoon, our English writing focus was how we write reports like scientists.

Well done 3G – we will report our results tomorrow!

Mrs Graves



Good afternoon year 1 & 2!

Reminder that we have our school trip on Wednesday, please turn up at 8:50am promptly in your normal place with your crew leaders! Ensure your children are wearing school uniforms and comfortable shoes with a warm/waterproof jacket in case of bad weather.

Thursday afternoon we have our jubilee celebration out on the field! You can come dressed as queens/kings/ princesses or in red/white/blue. If you’ve made a crown bring it for this afternoon, this will also be when we have our Great Plover Bake off!

On Friday children can wear red/white/blue clothing as we will be having a jubilee themed maths and English day!

We kindly ask that all KS1 children donate something red (chocolate, sweets, food, drink, candles, clothes, toys, games etc.) to be put into hampers for prizes at the Jubilee picnic!

Thanks everyone #LovePlover

Crew postcard

Last week we had visitors in school. I was delighted to find a postcard for all the children today from one of our visitors saying how impressed she was with the children’s learning especially phonics. Well done everyone. I am so proud of you.

Mrs Price