Royal main stamp competition for national heroes!

Your child will come home tonight with a letter regarding this competition- all details can be found on the following link

If your child would like to submit an entry (and there are fantastic prizes to be won). Please bring your entry to 6B by Tuedsay 25th May and we will send your entries off on your behalf. 5 crew coins to everyone that gets involved!

-Miss Blackham


Thank you Doncaster Stories!

The children were beyond excited with their goody bags today. Thank you Doncaster Stories! We can’t wait to get started on our reading competition and I am sure many children will be doing creative work with their new packs tonight! #LovePlover

Pyjamarama Day

Year 3 had so much fun learning in their pyjamas today. We also enjoyed activities such as designing door hangers, colouring book marks, creating plans of our dream bedroom, writing stories for younger children and much more! #LovePlover

Thank you Doncaster Stories

Today we feel really lucky as Doncaster Stories, the Children’s University and the Doncaster Opportunity area have provided all KS2 children with bags and craft resources to take part in the Doncaster Reading Miles challenge!

All Children in years 3, 4, 5 and 6 are being encouraged to read at least 10 minutes a day and to work their way round their Doncaster map, earning stickers as they reach their destination.

Completing the map will count towards the Children’s University graduation and will earn the children certificates.

We are also going to have our own friendly competition in school.

To find out more, check out the YouTube video:

Mrs Graves


Thank you!

Thank you to Jack’s mum and Usborne for this incredibly generous donation of books on Pyjamarama Day. There are books to stay at school to support out topic, as well as a book for every child to take home for themselves. We are blown away by this generosity – thank you! #LovePlover

Expedition Celebration

A big thank you to the children who learnt their lines so well for the celebration event on Tuesday.

Mrs Poncia was our special guest to the finale event to celebrate the completion of our “How can we protect people from Natural Disasters?” expedition before Easter.

We presented her with the poem that we wrote, as she lives in the village of Fishlake, devastated by the floods in 2019 – she is even mentioned in one of the verses! She was very impressed and loved our artwork.

The final product will be going to Fishlake.

Mrs Graves


NSPCC Number Day

We had great fun on Friday during NSPCC’s number day. We went into the hall to do some active learning with positional language before using jellybeans to support our understanding of 3D shapes! #LovePlover