Year 6 and Year 5 visited the Imperial War Museum in London. They had the opportunity to look at all sorts of exhibits, including: a spitfire; the fuselage of a bomber; a tank; and the remains of a Japanese fighter plane. Year 6 took part in a workshop with two extremely kind and funny teachers and got to investigate artefacts that were key during the 1940s.
“It was fun!” Owen Jackson
“I really enjoyed it, we learnt lots of exciting facts.” Brandon Price
“It was a great experience, I’d like to go again.” Callum Kidwell
“The journey was a bit of a downer, but overall it was a great day.” David Nelson
For more pictures take a look at: Children-Year 6
Personal Assistant to the Academy Executive Team
Contract: Grade 6 Point 20 – 22 £9.87 – £10.50 hourly rate
Hours: 5 ½ hours per day Monday to Friday Term Time Only
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, efficient, able and friendly PA to assist our Academy Trust’s Executive Team, which consists of the Chief Executive Officer, Director of Teaching & Learning and the Chief Financial Officer.
If you would like more details please go to: http://schoolsworks.org/work-with-schoolsworks/
We are very pleased to have been granted £10,000 by Baker’s Solar Farm Community Fund! We put in a bid to replace the playground equipment that had to be removed from the edge of the school field. The children will be consulted about how we should spend the money. We are really pleased to have received this grant and it will make a considerable difference to the children during playtimes.
On Friday 13th March we raised £237.05 for Comic Relief. Red Jellies were sold at break time and anyone who found a jelly bean in their jelly could claim a Red Nose sticker. The children also had the opportunity to make a funny face too. Thank you to Mrs Ault for organising the event and to everyone who helped out by making the jellies. Here are year 3