Becoming History Detectives at the New Walk Museum was a fantastic way to spend a school day! Here's what we got up to;
'When we arrived at the Museum, we went to a Egyptian gallery with a women called Jeannie. We sat on the floor and Jeannie showed us different objects
In preparation for the Robin Hood Marathon, Richard Whitehead came into our school to talk to us about his sporting career and help us train for Sunday's run.
'Richard Whitehead is a Paralympic gold medalist. His greatest gift from God was to run. He has taken part and won in the
Our creative liturgy leaders lead our collective worship in the allotment. It was a beautiful day in the sun and we thoroughly enjoyed gathering together to reflect upon ‘New Life’. They led us in our Boot Camp exercises to jump in joy for the Lord’s love, press-ups (to lift the
Year 4 have been using the green screen app to create short movies based on Acts 8: 26-30, 34 – 38.
Philip was a follower of Jesus. One day he went walking on the desert road from Jerusalem to Gaza. A chariot passed him. In it was an officer of
Well done to Year 4. A fantastic concert and you really made the staff and your parents proud. You were a brilliant example for the school.
Today year 4 celebrated a very prayerful and reflective mass about the Holy Spirit. They spoke and sang beautifully, even creating their own Lord have mercy. A huge well done to all the children, and a special thank you to Tom for supporting us with the planning and the music, and
This week we have kicked off our new topic, 'I'm a year four... get me out of here' by competing in our very own St Edmund Campion Bushtucker Trial!
The children had to participate in an obstacle course, blindfolded eating challenge, feely bag challenge and basket challenge to win stars for
A superbly organised day, for the Year of Mercy. After being addressed by Bishop Patrick, the 7 corporal acts of mercy were reflected across the school to deepen the children's understanding. Each group consisted of 4 children from each class, who would take part in an activity to reflect each act.
The act in
Last Wednesday, 40 brave children from KS2 braved the elements for the annual Rushcliffe Relay Challenge, at Rushcliffe Country Park. It involved a girl and a boy from year group in the juniors (Y3-6) and running for about 8-10 minutes each - a good test! As always, 'Why take one team,