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Visit from the Life Education Bus

We went into the Life Education Bus to find out all about our body. Can you remember where your lungs, heart and stomach are in your body? We learnt about how to keep our bodies clean and healthy. We met Harold the Giraffe and his friend Sam Continue Reading

Village Walk

We went for a walk around Huntley to learn about some of the places that are there. We followed our route on a map. Can you remember the names of these places?                             We found the post box so that we could a letter to our house.    … Continue Reading

GPJ 2018

On Wednesday 4th July, year 6 participated in the GPJ Sports event at Newent, and competed excellently. The children had to work as a team in a range of activities, including long jump, kwik cricket and end ball. Mrs Curtis was very proud of you all returning to school with a silver medal and scoring… Continue Reading

Dean Field Study Centre 29th June – 1st July

This years residential for years 4, 5 and 6 was a very fun and exciting one, when we visited the Dean Field Study Centre in Parkend. After all arriving and having our first evening meal on Friday, we then went out for our birds of prey display. Unfortunately it was too hot to fly the… Continue Reading

Bellboating Regatta

On Thursday 28th June, years 5 and 6 attended the regatta at Tewkesbury Sailing Club. We had an absolutely brilliant time and worked really well as a team. We displayed many of values, including perseverance, courage and responsibility.   Thank you so much to all of the parents that came and helped us, and to… Continue Reading

Netball Festival

On the 22nd June, the girls from years 5 and 6 participated in the Netball Festball at Denmark Road. The girls showed fantastic skill and team work throughout the day, with A team and B team showing excellent sportsmanship and support to each other throughout the whole tournament. Despite the extremely hot weather, we played… Continue Reading

World War 2 Evacuation Experience

On Tuesday 12th June, the children in class Estuary were sent back to 1940 and became evacuees for a day! Once we arrived at the station, we were met by Farmer Wells who helped organise us into our new roles, but not before keeping us safe from the danger in the sky! As soon as… Continue Reading

Visit to Gloucester Docks

We went to Gloucester Docks and the Waterways Museum. We learnt about building a canal. We explored the museum. We learnt about the best shape for making a boat and tested it to see how much weight it would hold. We went on a boat down the canal and had our lunch. We saw a… Continue Reading