Whist the rest of the school are taking part in transition week, the remaining year 6 children have created this amazing video based on Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes. The children created the artwork and performed the poetry brilliantly.
I have really enjoyed working with you all! Thank you Year 6!
The Nursery children celebrated their last week together by taking part in sports day sessions. The children were challenged to complete twenty activities including ‘jumping the hay bales’ and ‘welly wanging’ . All received a certificate and medal for taking part. Well done to my gold medallists!
Well done to Lily for handing an expensive mobile phone into our school office after she found it on her way to school. It was eventually returned to its rightful owner who was extremely grateful and by way of appreciation sent Lily a letter and gift card.
Everybody at Green Top is very proud of you Lily!
The school held its first house team football tournament in the beautiful July rain. Children from different classes came together to play for their house in a series of matches.
The games were played with motivation, skill and a high level of team work. I’d like to say on the behalf of all staff who were present how proud we are of our children and the way conducted themselves throughout the afternoon.
It will certainly become an annual date in the diary!
Well done to the Comets house on winning the tournament; You will be presented your medals and trophy on the last day of term.
The weather hasn’t stopped the Green Top Y6 children from partying!
Year 5 had great fun building Mindstorm Lego robotics at Trinity Academy. Children had to demonstrate creativity to think of different solutions to create a working drag car.
The children collaborated to create some great robots. A great afternoon was had by all. Thanks to Trinity Academy and Phillip Ainsley for running this event.
Wow what a great sports day we’ve had this afternoon and we just missed the rain! Well done to everyone for taking part and being great sports. I think we have some future superstars in year 2!
This afternoon the Year 5 and 6 children took part in their own official Race for life. Over 80 children completed the full 5K course with many others completing more than they had planned!
There was some excellent running indeed with the first 5 finishers all finishing under 25 minutes!
To make the event an even better success let’s try and raise as much money as we can to help beat cancer. Please could all sponsor money (where possible) be sent using the link below otherwise it can be brought it to school.
Thanks again to everyone involved in supporting this fabulous event!
photos to follow…
All year long our children have been working alongside Roots of Empathy Instructors, class teachers and babies to develop their own empathy skills. Today a group of 8 children, representing the school, visited the Keep Moat Stadium to celebrate a great year.