Harvest Festival 2017

Willows Class singing Big Red Combine Harvester with all the actions included.

 

Oaks Class Singing A Harvest Hymn.

We also enjoyed Oaks Class reading their Autumn Poems written as part of their Outdoor learning, between the whole school performing two further harvest songs.

We were also delighted to have the children and staff from Stepping Stones also come and sing the Scarecrow song.
Woodton Church made us feel very welcome and, much to the delight of the children, provided us with drinks and biscuits afterwards.

Thank you to all the parents and carers who came to the Harvest Festival and who provided a wonderful box of food for the local food bank.

Key Stage 1 Events

Key Stage 1 (Skylarks and Willows) have attended 3 festivals this year, which focus on different parts of their P.E. curriculum. These have all been cluster wide events, based at Hobart High School.

The children have been to:

  • Multiskills Event on the 5th December
  • Tennis Festival on the 26th April
  • Dance Festival on the 10th July

Hi5 Netball

On 25th April, we took part in the cluster Hi5 Netball competition at Hobart. We came 5th overall. Well done to all those who took part.

Planting Day

Seeds and plants being planted by the children and parent and carer volunteers. These were all donated by the parents and carers of the school for the new Nurture Garden. Plants had to be suitable for toads and to encourage butterflies and other insects.
12/5/17

Maths Whizz County Success

As a federation we have been competing in the Maths Whizz progress competition and Norfolk have been announce as the top county with both schools helping towards this.

Isabelle McDonald, in Year 3 at Ellingham Primary, was also noted as a Gold Certificate winner by Maths Whizz over the Easter break and was announced as the top student throughout Norfolk. Well done Isabelle.

Year 3 and 4 Girls Football

Both schools sent teams to Hobart to compete in the Cluster matches. Both teams played well and did the schools proud. The team from Ellingham Primary won the cluster competition, and then went to the UEA to represent the cluster in the county competition, which they WON.

After winning the cluster competition, our girls were invited to represent South Norfolk on 25th April and came 5th overall. A fantastic achievement girls, we are very proud of you all!

World Book Day at Woodton Primary School 2017