The Great Fire of London Expedition – Celebration of Learning

Although the Spring term may have been different and provided challenges – ultimately we were so proud of KS1 for their perseverance, resilience and creativity!

Please find our celebration of learning video which shows the journey of our fantastic expedition whether it was at home or in school.

The poems we all created along with the awesome artwork for our final product anthology will be published and donated to the local library for the community to enjoy.

KS1 Crew


What a Wonderful World

Before Easter we completed our expedition by recording our Plover version of the song ‘What a Wonderful World!’ We will be using this in the celebration of our Spring Expedition in May but we thought you would like a sneak peak. You can watch it on Youtube here:

We have also completed giant collaborative artwork for our final product, The Great Wave.

We decided to delay celebrating our expedition until all children had returned to school, to ensure that they could all contribute to the Final Product- I am so glad we did as the result is fantastic.

Mrs Graves


We are scientists in LKS2

We have had great fun in LKS2 during Hook Week and we can’t wait until our dress up as a scientist/medic day tomorrow.

As well as getting creative to immerse our classrooms for our new theme “How do we make Doncaster more Healthy?”, we have developed our inner scientist, learning about animals and humans.

We have researched and learnt how to classify animal species and played a giant game of Tag to learn about food chains

I have spoken to so many children who have been really excited about our new expedition and cannot wait to find out more.

I look forward to seeing what this expedition has in store!

Mrs Graves


Our celebration video from last term’s Expedition!

We are so proud of you 5/6 for not only producing awesome work last term during challenging times when some of you were working from home and adapting to online lessons but also for the amazing fundraising you all contributed to for Markham Main mining memorial. You are all amazing and I hope you enjoy this video capturing a truly awesome Expedition!
-Miss Blackham


Red Nose Day!

All the children at Plover made a great effort for Red Nose day with their funky hair and their red outfits. Thanks to your generous contributions we raised a total of £251.50!

Also a massive thanks to our cook Adele for the Red Nose goodies, they were delicious!

The Lost Spells

Thank you to The National Literacy Trust, who have kindly given Plover School a copy of, ‘The Lost Spells’ for our children to enjoy. This has been donated as a result of a crowdfunding campaign, assisted by the Rotary Club. #LovePlover