We had a gift of money sent to the school a while back and decided that this sum should be spent on something that we can’t and don’t normally spend money on. As it was a unique gift, we thought we needed something permanent and long lasting. Our dragon bench on the school field was…
A big thank you to our Year 1 and 2 children for leading a wonderful Easter Service this morning. Everyone spoke and sang beautifully. Many children joined in to make an Easter bonnet which made the whole event much more colourful. The last song was absolutely beautiful, one which I am keen for everyone to…
Year 3 have enjoyed looking at how plants use water to grow.
Science week activities in Year 4. The children loved all of the experiments.
Year 2 had a fantastic Science day! They have been busy hunting for mini-beasts and then making them a wonderful bug hotel. They have also had a great time been pond dipping. They finished the day by looking very closely at things using our new microscopes.
For science week Reception have been trying to make a volcano explode! They whooped with excitement as we added vinegar to baking soda and washing up liquid. It was fantastic to see the coloured lava erupting from the top. What a fun experiment!
Our children have really enjoyed working with Ian Cotton, a sculptor, who we have commissioned to work on an art project. Look out for the sculpture after Easter.
Due to the continuing poor weather conditions, school will be closed on Friday 2nd March.
As per the most recent text message, children are to be picked up at 12:30pm as the school will be closed this afternoon. A decision regarding opening tomorrow will be made as early as possible and we will inform you by text message/southglos school closure message and school website. Many thanks for your patience!
Take a look at all of the books that we have been able to put into classes, which was raised through the commission of our School Book Fair before Christmas. Thank you so much for supporting it, think of how many children will take pleasure in reading these.