• Anti-bullying Workshop

    Yesterday we visited a workshop based around anti-bullying. Two people came into school and informed us about bullying and how to treat it. They performed dozens of small plays that gave us information about how to cope with bullying. One of the characters was called Ricky and he was being bullied by Sam. The audience gave Ricky advise on how to stand up for himself. We enjoyed this because it gave us lots of ideas to stop bullying, such as: increase your confidence, body posture, contact teacher or parent and how to stand up for yourself. We found the performance amusing and interesting, due to small jokes and parts of information snuck into the performance.
    Written by Isaac and Joshua

  • Year 1 Visit to Carymoor Environmental Centre

    On a recent warm, damp Autumn morning, Year 1 ventured to Castle Cary to visit Carymoor Environmental Centre. When we arrived, there were posters displayed to say that Henry the Hedgehog had sadly gone missing. The staff asked if we could help them to find him, which we all agreed we would love to! Over the next few hours, we learned about Henry’s habitat and those of his friends, Freddie Fox, Vicky Vole, Bertie Badger……..

  • Learning in Reception

    Forest School: making a spark, linked to our learning about Diwali, the Hindu festival of light.

     

  • Author Visit

    Pupils in KS1 were treated to a visit from author Tracy Cordoroy which included a workshop on illustrating on of her characters.

  • Open Mornings for Prospective Parents

    The school will be open for visits by prospective parents during the week September 18th -22nd.  Please contact the School Office to arrange a time.

  • EYFS Theatre Trip

    Children in our EYFS have today been enjoying a trip to the theatre.

  • Gardening Club

    Amazing results from our Gardening Club!  Many thanks to parents and Wansdyke Play Association for all your support.

  • Cricket Tournament

    10 Year 5 boys travelled to Bath to take part in a large cricket tournament involving 20 schools. The boys did an amazing job, showing off great team work, awesome bowling skills and excellent fielding. We won two games and lost two games in the group stages and got through to the quarter finals, where we had a really close game against a very good side and only just missed out on a place in the semi’s. The boys should be proud of representing the school in the way they did and we look forward to more cricket as the summer goes on!

  • Year 5 Kwik Cricket Festival

    On Wednesday, 10 Year 5s went to Keynsham to take part in a cricket festival against other schools from the area. It was a complete scorcher of a day and the girls battled on really well despite the heat and some very tough opposition!

    Every girl gave their best for the team, winning two matches, drawing one and losing two. We saw some magnificent boundaries, some excellent bowling and some superb run outs! The girls should all be proud of themselves, they did the school proud!

     

  • Message from Glasgow

    Please click on the link to see a video message from Year 6 pupils in Glasgow.

    Year6Glasgow