Yellow T-shirt Winner

This week, Lola is wearing the yellow T-shirt in 6H. She has shown grit and determination all week to successfully complete her assessments despite feeling dreadful. I’m so proud of you young lady!

Mrs Haycock


Mo is Marvellous

Mo has been completing home learning to be proud of on a weekly basis. This week’s piece was my favourite so far…He made a chocolate alien. Let’s just say that Mrs Chapman and I devoured it so quickly that it must have been delicious!

Well done Mo – you really are a superstar!

Mrs Haycock


We are artists

Year 5 have been studying the drawing style of Quentin Blake for our expedition. We have used this style to draw our trains ready for our final product.


5T are very busy preparing for their final product. We are inking our sketches and are preparing to watercolour them tomorrow! We can’t wait to share them with you, after our celebration of learning is recorded next week. #LovePlover

Bring KS1 your rubbish!🚮♻️

Plover Crew – KS1 would like you to bring in any plastic bottles, plastic lids and plastic bags… as these will be very much needed for our Spring Expedition!

Also, if anyone knows any recycling experts, artivists or scientists who study the ocean (hydrologists), please come forward we would love to arrange an expert visit!

Get emptying those recycling bins 😅 thanks all!



Christmas Hamper – Green

5T, please remember our Christmas hamper colour is green. Please can you donate anything green that might be nice to put into our hamper? Anything in a green wrapper/packet/green in colour would all be brilliant. Some ideas might be green socks, green baubles, books that are green, anything green and Christmassy, sweets, tins, packets etc. Let your imagination run wild. Remember, the class who fetches the most individual items will win a prize! Thank you in advance for your support, and thank you to all who have already donated! #LovePlover

Christmas Boxes

As a caring school, this year we have decided to support 2 worthy causes this Christmas. We are raising funds to support Dunelm’s ‘Deliver Joy this Christmas’ campaign and we are making up Christmas boxes to support the Wellness Center, in Intake with essentials and a Christmas surprise.

Both charities aim to support those in need which include the elderly with no family or a child in need.

If you would like to make a donation of £1 to support these 2 great causes then please pass this to your child’s class teacher by Friday 3rd December.

Thank you for your continued support.

Happy Christmas!

Miss Lister and Mrs Shuka