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Latest News WC 26.03.18

On Thursday 22nd February children took part in ‘World Thinking Day. This is a special day when Brownies, Rainbows and Guides think about their girl guide and girl scout sisters around the world. Children who are a Brownie, Rainbow, Guide, Beaver, Scout or a member of another similar organisation were invited to wear their organisation’s uniform on this day.

This half term the children have been taking part in a range of new sporting activities. Children in KS1 have enjoyed tag rugby each Wednesday morning, whereas KS2 children have developed their cricket skills on a Monday afternoons. Many KS2 have developed their skills further on Mondays after school, at the new cricket club, which runs until 4.30pm. If you haven’t tried it yet please come along and have a go!

Sports club, on a Thursday after school, has been archery this half term.  Children from all year groups have improved their bow firing technique during these sessions.

Netball club will be on Mondays in the summer term and rugby club will take place on a Wednesday. These clubs are open to all children in KS2.

Baking club has seen children in years 3 and 4 make a range of delicious sweet and savoury treats. This will continue for the final group for two weeks after Easter.

Singing club has been taking place each Friday lunchtime. Many children from Reception to Year 6 have been coming along to sing a range of songs together.

World book day was a great success and the pictures can be seen in the online gallery. Thank you to everyone for their excellent effort in creating costumes and especially to the children for joining in with our wonderful parade in the sun.

A theatre company came to school on Tuesday 20th March, and years 3 and 4 will learnt about staying safe online and how to deal with cyberbullying. Children in years 5 and 6 explored peace of mind whilst developing their awareness of mental health. Both performances were fantastic to watch, so thankyou to all of the children who took part.

On Wednesday 21st of March, we welcomed all parents and carers to visit our, ‘Askwith art exhibition’, which was held in the school hall. It was great to see so many people there enjoying and celebrating the artwork. Pictures can be seen in the gallery along with a ‘virtual tour’ of the event.

This term children in KS2 have been busy raising money for the school charity. Through a bookmark sale and bun sale, the children raised £80.00. What an excellent effort! Thank you to all of those kind people who have supported the children in making these events possible.

This year our Design and Technology challenge took place on Wednesday 28th March. The focus for the challenge was to design ‘an egg transporter’. The range of designs was fantastic and these can be seen in the online gallery. Well done to the children for their hard work and creative designs.

Thursday 29th March was the last day of the spring term. On this day, the staff and children came together for another tasty Easter lunch. We look forward to seeing you all back after the break.

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