RSPCA Photography 📸

Today in Expedition, we looked into the RSPCA annual photography competition. We put all our skills and knowledge to the test and went on the hunt for animals and wildlife in our school playground. Of course we managed to capture some fantastic images.
I’m looking forward to seeing your images from home too!

I have posted a link onto our classroom with the examples from last years competition and further information about the competition! Well done everyone – great photography work today!


Y5/6 Key Worker Visit

Yesterday afternoon, Y5/6 enjoyed a visit from our local key worker Mr Fenwick. Mr Fenwick works for the Humberside fire and rescue service and has worked throughout the pandemic. The children enjoyed listening all about his role throughout the pandemic and how he helped the local communities. Thank you!



A big shoutout and thank you to all the children who made a fantastic crew effort yesterday wearing a bright colour or dressed as someone who has inspired them throughout the pandemic. It was so lovely to hear the kind words the children used to share how proud they were of the people they were representing.

Also a big Thank you for all your donations towards the Hearts for Doncaster!

Here are some of our mini Key Workers! We had NHS staff, social workers, train and travel, teachers, college staff and many more – great tributes guys!




Ryan has been busy showing off his photography skills around our local community – look how beautiful it is!  He has taken some wonderful photographs and his editing skills are awesome!

It is always great to receive emails with additional homework that children have decided to do themselves because they’ve enjoyed their learning so much in school!  Well done Ryan, this has made my evening! 🙂


An exciting visit from our very own expert!

This week year 5 and 6 had a visit from our very own trust expert – Geoff, our trust photographer!  He worked with us on the types of angles, edits and stories we can create using photography.

Our collection of photographs tell the story…after all ‘a picture paints a thousand words!’