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SUMMER TERM


Week 11

​We are so near the end of term- time has passed so quickly!

This week we had a visit from Ofsted who were so pleased that it was such a happy school.

Years 3 and 4 went out on a trip to Hatton Country World where they had a great day in the sunshine.

We had our special awards and attendance assemblies- look on the Bronze, Silver and Gold page as well as the Attendance page  for more details of this.​

Our Pupils of the Year ​were also chosen- well done to Paige, Mia, Kara, Sadaf, Myrah, Anna, Freya, Summer, Sofia and Holly-Jo.

We ended the week with our Disney Garden Party where we shared picnics with our families  and sang our favourite Disney songs.​







Week 10


What a busy week it was at our lovely school.

We have been continuing to think about the diverssity o our school in our assembles as well as preparing our​ Disney songs ready for the Garden Party.

It has been trip time for many classes this week-Year 2 spent a day at the seaside in Bosworth Park,the reception classes went to Ryton Pools and Year 1 classes went to Brandon Marsh. the children enjoyed sunny weather and had a fantastic time.

We ended the week with the Summer Fair - we all had an amzing time and took lots of super prizes home!​ We raised over £1000, thank you for all your support.




Week 9

We can't beleive how near it is to the end of term with only 3 weeks to go!

In our assemblies we have been thinking about the diversity within our school​- we have children form so many countries and we enjoy celebrating our different cultures.

Reception Chestnut did a lovely assembly all about spiders.

The rain stayed away for the KS2 Sports Day and we had a lovely time with our friends and families. Well done to Alvis A team who won- well led by Mrs Haymes and Mrs Convery.​

​We are incredibly lucky to have received a donation from ASDA Abbey Park for Lunchtime play equipment for the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 pupils.  We received some lovely things including badminton, golf and croquet eqipment, along with a giant Connect 4!  Thank you ASDA Abbey Park for your kind donation.


Week 8

Wow! What a hot week it has been at Whitley Abbey with temperatures soaring into the 30's!

We have managed to keep cool with some of our afternoon lessons under the shade of our lovely trees​- classes have been sketching, learning French, making music and taking part in circle time activities.

In our assemblies we have been reminding ourselves of the people who keep us safe in our school and how they do so.

Reception Willow did a lovely assembly about​ all the work they have been doing-maths, stories and reading,

There have been lots of sporting activities taking place this week- Miss Bourne has taken children to a tennis tournament and Mr Brown has taken other children to a rounders tournament- they were both proud of how well the children participated and showed their great sportsman skills.

In our Achievement Assembly our FKS and KS1 Stars of the Week were: Ayyan, Betsy, Ashwanth, Nila, Eliza, Tejasv, Mario, Ella,Daniel, Dhanshri, Layla and Kamil. Year 1 Ash showcased their pirate song which we all loved.

Week 7

Last week ended with a Camp out for Years 4 and 5 and a Sundowner Event for Year 3​. The childen enjoyed a BBQ, games, camp fire and of course being in their tents! See more on our Special Events Page.

We began our Walking Bus this week- lots of children joined members of staff for the walk to school- we are hoping to encourage more people to use this rather than drop off outside the school gates.​

This week it was Year 5's turn to go swimming- again the children made so much progress in their confidence of being in the water.

In our assemblies we thought about the heroes and heroines​ in our lives including the fire service heroes in the Grenfell Tower disaster.

We had a week of special lunches with our dads to celebrate ​Father's Day- more pictures on our Special Events Page.

We ended the week with glorious weather for our FKS and KS1 Sports Afternoon which was a great success.​

Week 6

We returned to school after the half term to a very wet Whitley Abbey!

It is our last half term at school with lots of lovely things planned as well as lots of hard work!

In our assemblies we have been thinking about Changes the emotions we feel.

We had a visit form Malcolm at Severn Trent Water who told us about all the water we use and ways in which we can save this precious liquid.

Year 6 have had an Election Week where they have been looking at the different political parties and writing their own manifestoes.

Week 5​

What a lovely sunny week it has been at Whitley Abbey! We welcomed Mrs Hall back after her wedding and looked at some photos of her happy day.

Year 6 went off to Dol-Y-Moch and had a fantastic time in Wales.

Our swimming continued with Year 4 - they have become confident swimmers and enjoyed being in the pool during this hot weather.

In our assemblies we thought about the tragic events in Manchester and wrote prayers for peace at this sad time.

Year 1 Maple did a fantastic assembly about Farmer Duck and showed us just how ready they are for moving into Year 2.

In our Achievement Assembly we celebrated the achievements of our adult learners who had completed their phonics course with Dorothy from Adult Learning.

Our stars of the week were all of Reception Willow and Reception Chestnut, Lewis, Fiona, Jack, Lila-Belle, Harry, Joshua, Taige and Beau.

Week 4

The whole got involved for Mrs Harrison's Special Wedding Assembly. Each class made her a lovely keepsake which included a special picture or message from every child in their class. We sang Mrs Harrison's favourite songs and she loved it so much it made her cry!

It has been a very wet week at Whitley Abbey but very busy with lots of hard work and exciting events.
Year 3 children have been swimming every afternoon and Miss Johnston has been really pleased with their resilience and confidence in the water.
In Reception classes, the children named their chicks in a special ceremony. They named them Star, Joey, Jason, Ted, Happy, Snowflake, Amy and Kyla.

Year 4 took part in a Quad Kids Athletics Event at Manor Park School. Mrs Bi was so pleased with their attitude and determination to succeed. They came third- well done Year 4.

Year 6 experienced life at a university with a Science Campus Day at Warwick.

It was a special day on Thursday- we celebrated Mrs Harrison’s wedding – she is getting married on Saturday and will come back to school as Mrs Hall. We presented her with cards and gifts and sang her favourite songs in assembly.

In our Achievement Assembly our Stars of the Week were Morgan, Kian, All of Year 4 Yew, Hamza and Arian. Year 6 showcased their experiences of SATs week.

Week 3

It has been a very important week for Year 6 this week as they have been doing their SATs. We are so proud with how hard they worked and the positive attitude they had.
On Sunday, some members of our choir sang at The Warwick Arts Centre with the Coventry and Warwickshire Youth Orchestra. It was a great occasion- see our Special Events page for pictures.
It was an exciting time in Reception as they watched the chicks hatch- see our Special Events Page for more pictures.
Clubs started this week – so many children are taking part of lots of activities such as running, football, self-defence, WhAM, netball rounders and others.

Week 1

We all came back to school after a long holiday, chocolate eggs eaten ​and ready to work!

In our assemblies this week we have been celebrating Earth Day and thinking of ways in which we can help our planet. Mrs Harrison set us a competition all about trees with gardening kits for the winners.

Four members of Year 6, Michael, Ryan, Rosie and Kiara, took part in a Maths Challenge Event at the University of Warwick. There were lots of tricky maths problems to solve but they had a great time and worked well as a team.​

KS2 classes had a visit from our favoutite scientist, Nick from the University of Warwick. He did some amazing chemistry with all of the children- see our Special Events page for some photos.

Some members of Year 6 went to a Maths Challenge Day at the University of Warwick where they competed against schools from the city and Warwickshire. They worked really hard as a team and had a great day!

In our Achievement Assembly we shared the maths learning of Reception Chestnut.

Stars of the Week were Hannah, Reception Willow, Harris, Lilly-Rose, Lily, Joseph,​ Amelia, Ruby-Rose, Summer, Anna, Gracie and Mihnea.



Spring Term 2017- 2nd half term

Week 1

Our first week back after our half term break and we all came back ready to work hard.

Lots of classes made pancakes to celebrate Shrove Tuesday which we also learnt about in assembly.

It has been a busy sporting week- Year 1 have been to multi sports at Whitley Academy,our netballers played in a tournament at the Alan Higgs Centre and some members of Year 2 took part in a gymnatsics event at the Alan Higgs Centre too.

We celebrated World Book Day with lots of exciting events- see our Special Events Page for photos of our day.

In our Achievement Assembly we celebrated our Stars of the Week from Reception and KS1- Bethany, James, Dayyan, Nathan, Lila-Belle, Rafael, Poppy,Karolis,Poppy, Indie and the whole of Year 1 Maple who also performed a Lion King Dance for us.

Week 2


It seems that Spring is in the air at Whitley Abbey this week with lighter mornings, lighter nights and a chance to go onto the field at last!

It has been a busy working week with all the teachers being pleased with the hard work going on in their classes.

The children are still enjoying the after school clubs and it is great to see so many children taking part in them.

In our assemblies we have been thinking about people we can talk to if we are feeling sad.

stars of the week

In the KS2 Achievement Assembly we celebrated our stars of the week: Archie,Caspar,Aisha,Callum,Arian, Elyse and Daniel. Year 6 were presented with the certificates from their Cycling Proficiency Training and Savannah shared her success in Martial Arts.​

Week 3


It hard to believe​ how quickly the term is going! Years 3 and 4 went on an amazing trip to the Mosque and Gurdwara​ to experience other religions in our multi-cultural city. They had a great time and had lots of information to share with us. See our Special Events page for some photos of the trip.

Our football team have played this week against Stoke Heah- sadly we lost but the team contined to do their very best.

In our assemblies we have learnt about the Hindu festival of Holi and have thought about how working together is so helpful.

Year 2 's transport assembly was fantastic- we all liked the guest appearance by Mr Austin on his scooter!

Mrs Holland took some Year 4 children to Philmead House to do arts and crafts​- they really enjoyed working with the residents.

Reception Willow showcases their Funny Bones Work.

Good luck to those children taking part in the Dol y Moch Mile on Sunday as part of the Coventry Half Marathon.​

stars of the week

In our FS and KS1 Achievement Assembly,the stars of the week were Ben, Rose, Roxy, Marcus, Tejasv, Jackson, Alex, Amelia, Millie , Joshua and Shaney-Ellis.

Week 4

We have been part of the community this week by taking part or fundraising.

On Sunday, staff and pupils took part in the Dol Y Moch Mile as part of the Coventry Half Marathon- we were so proud of all the people who took part and their supporters. See more on the Special Events Page.

On Friday we had a special fund raising event for Myton Hospice who are supporting a family in our school- see more on the Special Events Page.​

During the week we had special Mother's Day Lunches when each class had a chance to have lunch with their mum or gramdma.

In our assemblies we have been thinking about our mental health and how important it is to keep our minds healthy as well as our bodies.

stars of the week

In our Achievement Assembly the Stars of the Week were Hannah, Philip, Osam, Charlie, Lucas, Sofia, Ewan and Ryan. Year 5 showcased their Literacy work - drama inspired by Friend or Foe.​

Week 5 ​


The clocks have gone forward and it feels like Spring is here!

This week has been assessment week - a chance for the teachers to see how well the children are doing ready for Parents' Evenings next week.

In our assemblies we have been thinking about our Code of Conduct and Inclusion.

Year 2 Aspen entertained us with their version of Where the Wild Things Are in their class assembly.

We have continued our fundraising for Myton Hospice and the total now is over £700. The raffle will be drawn next week.

stars of the week

In our Achievement Assembly we celebrated our adult learners who receieved their maths certificates and our Stars of the Week were Jenson, Harley, Layla, Ava, Ollie, Lily-Rose, Kasey, Ryley, Advika, Alex, Logan, Lucia and Drishika.

​Week 6

The end of term at Whitley Abbey Primary! We have been thinking about the festivals of Easter and Vaisakhi​ in our assemblies and lessons.

We went to St James' Church to take part in an Easter service.

Our Y2 Gymnasts came second in the Midlands Gymastics competition​- we are very proud of them! Look at the picture on the Special Events Page.

We had our parents evenings this week- it was so lovely to see so many people sharing in the successes of the children.

Lots of children took part in the Egg Transporter Competition. We had some amazing entries​ - check out our special Events Page.

At our special assemblies we celebrated our Gold, Silver and Bronze Winners - see the link to this on the scroll down bar of this page.

A Happy Easter to you all!​


Week 1

Welcome back to a very frosty and cold Whitley after a lovely Christmas. 

It was good to see all the children back looking so smart and ready to learn.

We have talked about our New Year's Resolutions and how we can use these in our work as we 'Go for Goals'.

We welcomed Miss Bennett to Year 6 - we know that she will be very happy here as part of the Whitley Team.

Year 6 started their Cycling Proficiency ​Training and will do this for the next 6 weeks.

Week 2

The snow fell this morning and there were some very excited children in the playground however the sun soon came out and melted it all away!

In our assemblies this week we have continued to think abour Going For Goals and how we can reach our targets.

stars of the week

In our Achievement Assembly we celebrated the achievements of our Stars of the Week Dougie, Jovana, Rose, Paige, Angel, Jolie, Agjiee, Year 2 Sycamore, Maisie and Lyjn.

Week 3

It has been another busy week at Whitley Abbey with lots of hard work going on in and out of class.

Our after school clubs have started and the children have been enjoying football, self defence, gymnastics, art, running, stay and play​, computing and WhAM.

We had a special afternoon with students from Warwick University as part of our partnership with them. They based their work of Flotsam by David Weiner and we did lots of different activities.

Mr Brown took a team from Year 5 to a dodgeball tournament at the Alan Higgs Centre.​

In our assemblies we have been thinking about how we can reach our targets as well as learning about Martin Luther King.

stars of the week

In our Achievement Assembly we celebrated the success of our dodgeball team​ from Y5 and our gymnasts Sam and Sofia in Y5. Our stars of the week were Ananya, Sophie , Aimee, Kim, Daniel, George and Gracie.

Week 4

The term is moving on really quickly and it's nearly the end of January already!

Year 6 had a fun morming at Whitley Academy where they took part in an International Morning with other primary schools in the area.They did parkour, learnt about Joan of Arc and looked at French monuments.

We are keeping a weekly blog of the demolotion of Alice Stevens School which you can see on our website page- see under Building Work.

In our assemblies we continued thinking about Going For Goals and how we can do our very best without giving up.

Year 2 classes showcased ​their London work in a mini exhibition.

stars of the week

In our Achievement Assembly, our Stars of the Week were Connor, Mia, Ben, Kaydon, Alfie, Amelia, All of Year 1 Maple, Poppy, Oliver, Manvi, Advik and Joshua.​

Week 5


It has been a really excting week at school this week with lots of learning taking place both in and out of the classroom.

On Tuesday our choir took part in the Young Voices event at the Genting Arena with 6,500 other children- we had an amazing time! See more on our Special Evnets page.

Year 2 children took their maths outdoors and did a traffic survey on the London Road.

On Friday we took part in the NSPCC Number Day. We did lots of fun maths activities with our teachers and collected 2p pieces which the School Council ​made something amazing! 

stars of the week

In our Achievement Assembly we celebrated the achhievement of Freya who was awarded her 400m swimming badge and our Stars of the Week were Josh, Millie, Ellie,​ Leland, Millie, Josh , Anniruddh, Mikolaj and Hannah.

Week 6


We have been working really hard this week in all our lessons - our teachers are very proud of us.

In our assemblies we have been thinking about bullying and what it really means- we know that some people can be rude some people can be mean and sometimes they camn be a bully.

Year 3 did a fantastic assembly about their Literacy work teling and acting the story of Little Red Riding Hood. We were afraid of the Big Bad Wolf!​

Year 4 had a visit from the Fire Service​ and learnt all about keeping safe  as well as gettiing a look at the fire engine.

We are so proud of our football tean who won 2-1 against Stoke Park Primary - they are now through to the quarter finals of the Harry Shaw Cup which will take plcae next Thursday at home!​

stars of the week

In our Achievemnt Assembly we celebrated the achievement of Poppy's ice skating and our stars of the week were Billy, Hollie, Hannah, Mason, Joseph, Harrison, Kieran, Joe, Olivia, Daniel and Alena.



AUTUMN TERM 2016

Week 1

It was great to see all the children back at school on Wednesday after the holidays looking so smart and grown up! We had 100% attendance on our first day which made Mrs Holland and Mrs Basson very happy.

We welcomed our new members of staff- Miss Jenkins in Reception Chestnut, Mrs Ofori in Year 2 Aspen, Miss Johnston in Year 3 Oak, Mr Brown in Year 5 Silver Bir​ch and Mrs Reilly who is our PPA teacher working throughout the school.

We talked about our New Code of Conduct which we are all going to follow to make our school a wonderful place to be - this will be on the website next week.

We are going to be having a house point system throughout the school where we are rewarded for good work, behaviour, manners and all of our Code of Conduct - we will have information about this on the website shortly.

We are looking forward to meeting our new Reception classes next week.

Week 2

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This week we welcomed our new Reception Classes into school- it was lovely to see them all so eager to start school. They will be in full time next week.

All our other classes have been working hard and all their teachers are so happy with their attitude to school​.

In our assem​blies we have been thinking about our Code of Conduct - we have talked about being honest and also how we can achieve our goals using the motto: "Yes I can!"

KS 1 had their Achievement Assembly where Y2 Sycamore showcased their story map.

Week 3

We have been working so hard this week with lots of lovely work going on in and outside the classroom.

Our new School Council have been elected- well done to Rebecca, Holly, Keir, Gosia, Summer, Charlie, Morgan,Jack, Poppy, Taige, Emily and Millie.

Our House Captains have also been elected- Ruby and George for Jaguar House, Sophie and Ewan for Riley House, Lola and Vinny for Humber House and Malaikah and ​Leo for Alvis House.

In our assemblies we talked about our Code of Conduct particularly  keeping our school tidy and why we wear our uniform.

In our Achievement Assembly for KS2, Year 4 showcased their literacy work to the tune of London's Burning.​

Week 4

We have seen doing lots of work around our Growth Mindset with the theme Yes I can and this has been seen in all the classes.

There is a range of amazing Creative Curriculum themes ​going on in our classrooms. Reception and Year One classes are working on the theme of Marvellous Me, Year 2 classes are learning about the Four Corners of the United Kingdom, Year 3 are learning about Ancient Egypt, Year 4 are learning about Ancient Greece, Year 5 are learning about Space and Year 6 are looking at the continent of North America- what a lot of knowledge!

We had our Bake Off to Support the Macmillan Coffee Morning - see more on our Special Events page.

In our Achievement Assembly, Year 2 Aspen showcased their literacy work.

Week 5

The week started early with our choir singing at the WASPS game at the Ricoh Arena on Sunday. See our Special Evenst page for more details.

We celebrated our Harvest - all classes showcased some work and the celebration was led by George, the Vicar of St James'Church. We collected an amazing amout of food for the Food Bank, thank you for all your generous donations.

stars of the week

At our Acheivement Assembly, the Stars of the Week were from Key Stage 2 and the choir sang their Coldplay songs which they performed at the Ricoh Arena.

Week 6

This week in our assemblies we talked about who we can talk to in school if we have any worries.

Our WhAM club have started to rehearse for our Young Voices concert at the Genting Arena in January.

Year 3 and 4 took part in a football tournament at the AT7 centre where they played 4 games against other schools​. They did their very best to represent our school and played really well as a team.

stars of the week

In the KS1 Achievement Assembly we celebrated the achievements of our Stars of the Week Shree, James, Ratchit, Nicola, Gracie, Noah, Faith, Jake and Isobel.​

Week 7​

We have reached the end of a very busy half term and are ready for a well deserved holiday after all our hard work.

This week we had our Fun For Fathers Pirate event which Mrs Holland and Mrs Basson worked hard to prepare for. See how much fun we had on our Special Events page.

In our assemblies this week we have been thinking about friendships.

Year 6 did the first class assembly of the year with an amazing Who Wants  to be a Millionaire​ competition based on the theme of story genres.

We had our parent consultation meetings where the teachers had the chance to talk to parents about their child's progress as well as sharing their work.

stars of the week

We finished the week with our KS2 Achievement Assembly where we celebrated the achievements of our Stars of the Week Juee, Scarlett, LiLy-Ann, Ruby, Keir, Isabelle and the whole of Year 6 who also showcased their zumba dancing.

Have a lovely half term!​

Week 8

We came back to the dark nights after the clocks went back but celebrated with the lights of Diwali.

We have learnt a lot about the festival of Diwali this week in our assemblies and as part of our RE and art lessons. We had visitors in school to help make our Diva lamps, lanterns, mendhi patterns and rangoli designs. Thank you to Mrs Ferguson for organising this. See our Special Events page for more pictures.

It was the first week of our new dinner menu and we were all happy to see some old favourites alongside soem lovely new ones.

stars of the week

The Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Achievement Assembly​ celebrated these Stars of the Week: Jenson, Layla-Rose, David, Radik, Casey, Keiran, Grace, Isobel, Bradley and Lexi.

Year 1 Maple showcased their lovely Diwali lamps.

Week 9

This we we have been focusing on the theme of Remembrance in our assmblies and why we wear poppies. George, the Vicar of St James' Church, led our assembly on Wednesday. In the assembly we presented the poppies we made. Ms Gilmour made them into a beautiful display- see Special Events Page.

On Friday, Mr Austin played the Last Post whilst we held our minute's silence in memory of those who have lost their lives ​in war and conflict.

stars of the week

In our Achievemnt Assembly we celebrated the KS2 Stars of the Week - Connor, Megan, Savannah, Toby, Sam, Ryan and Michael.

We celebrated the success of our School football team who won their match 4-3- Leland read out his match report and told us all about the exciting game in which Louis was named Man of the Match.

Year 3 showcased a song all about how they can reach for the stars.

Week 10

This week our theme has been anti bullying as part of anti bullying week. We have talked about this in our assemblies and in class as part of our PSHE lessons.

We have also had our first house talent shows- a winner from each house in KS1  and KS2 will go through to our grand final in December - see more about this on our special events page soon.

stars of the week

In our Achievement Assembly​ we celebrated the achievements of Early Years and Key Stage One- Aaron, Chloe, Kai, Rohan, Hamza, Vikram, Mihnea, Tommy and Divya.

​Week 11


It has been a very exciting week - we found out that Mrs Harrison is going to be our new headteacher and we asked her lots of questions about it in our assembly on Wednesday.

We have been thinking about British Values in our other assemblies which are democracy,the rule of law,individual liberty,mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.

Year 4 Class Assembly took us back to Ancient Greece where we met many famous Greek characters. Year 4 also had a Greek Day to celebrate the end of their topic.​

Year 2 classes had a fantastic trip to Birmingham to visit the art gallery and then a special theatre trip to see George's Marvellous Medicine - they had a great time!

stars of the week

In our Achievement Assembly we celebrated the achievements of KS2 Stars of the Week - Leison, Nadia, Neveah, Devang, Kayleigh, Rudy and Sameer.​

​Week 12

We have been preparing for Christmas​ in school thinking about Advent and how it leads up to Christmas. We have been busy learning songs for our performances as well as working hard doing our assessments!

Mrs Holland and Mrs Basson hosted a Christmas Crafts Afternoon which was really well attended. Parents and children enjoyed making lots of different gifts for Christmas​.

Throughout the week, our fabulous PTA opened their Secret Presnet Room where lots of did our Christmas shopping !​

Our football team had a fantastic 4-0 win against Pearl Hyde in the fading light on Tuesday night​- we are now through to the third round of the competition.

stars of the week

In our Achievement Assembly we celebrated the achievements of our Stars of the Week from Early Years and Key Stage One​- Minerva, Mia, Oliver, Lilly, Ruby- Rose, Eila, Year One Maple, Andrew, Owen, Emily and Kye were the stars of the week.

Week 13


The countdown to Christmas has really begun at school with the sounds of Christmas songs echoing through the school ready for our Christmas performances.


Our choir have been 'on tour' in the community- they sang for the Coventry City Council's Retired Emplo​yees, took part in the Christingle at the Cathedral, entertained the residents of Humber Court and Phil Mead House and sang with the children of Baginton Fields at the hospital.

KS 2 went to the Birmingham Repertory Theatre to see Treasure Island and had a fantastic time with Long John Silver!

We celebrated our Bronze, Silver and Gold pupils of the term at the FKS and KS1 Achievement Assembly- well done to Max, Lily, Layla-Rose, Jenson, Janet, Anup, Shree, Radoslaw, David, Sadaf, Vikram, Emily, Divya, Jake, Amelia, Faith, Poppy and Mihnea.

Our PTA provided us with a lovely Christmas Fayre where they raised £400.13 for our school.

Week 14

We have finally reached the end of term and what a busy week it was!

On Saturday morning, Mr Brown took the cross-country team to an event at Bablake  School. Over 400 people took part and our team did really well with Ronan finishing in 18th place.​

Reception classes went to see The Stick Man at Warwick Arts Centre whilst the Year One classes saw A Christmas Carol at the Albany Theatre - we have all enjoyed our theatre trips this Christmas.​

Members of Years 4 and 5 went to a rugby festival organised by the Wasps amd were the highest try scoring team in the festival.

Back at school we had our Christmas performances- FKS and KS1 told the story of the nativity in songs and words whilst KS2 had a Christmas Sing-a-long.

In our Awards Assembly we celebrated the Bronze, Silver and Gold Winners for the term. Well done to Lacie, Neveah, Faith, Leo, Ben, Olivia, Sophie, Max, Freya, Liam, Louis and Mia.

Year 4 won the Best Attendance of the term award.

Sadly, we said our goodbyes to Mrs Pitchford who is moving to Manchester and to Dot, our cleancer, who is retiring after 12 years at our school.

We had an exciting final of our House Talent Show- KS2 winners were the Y4 dancers after an audience clap off and Jack and from KS1 who entertained us with their jokes!​