The Masked Reader!!

The Masked Reader is finally here!

Can you guess which teacher is hiding under each mask?

Submit your answers below – good luck!


Google form link:

March Reading Challenge!

Join in with our March reading challenge by helping us to earn 250,000 reading minutes between now and 26th March!

Log how many minutes you have read this week at home!

Don’t log the minutes you have read in school as your teachers have done this for you!

The link to the Google form is here:

The link to the Google form is here:

Throughout March, as a school we are planning to walk from John o Groats to Lands end and back! That’s 1,748 miles!

If my calculations are correct as a school we only need to do 110,505 steps a day! Easy!

So charge up your fit bits and smart watches and get your walking shoes ready!

At the end of the week complete the google form that I have attached to this blog and we will record your steps. There will be weekly prizes in school for most steps in a week and all school staff will be getting involved too.

Good luck and I hope you enjoy the challenge 🙂

Lands' End to John O' Groats charity walk. - Home | Facebook

Spreading a bit of cheer

class 9 were very excited to receive some cards from children in reception today, as part of the EYFS expedition. They have been learning about mental health and well being and have certainly put a smile on our faces with their beautiful cards. We can’t wait until we can thank them in person too.

thank you,

Mrs Shaw x

Fun in the Snow

We had such a fabulous morning in the snow! It looked so beautiful, we had to go out and explore for ourselves. It was cold, but wonderful! The children really enjoyed playing and running as you can see from our happy faces!

Mrs Wallace 🙂

Sound Therapy

As part of our expedition work the children in EYFS enjoyed a sound therapy session with Karen White from Phoenix Therapy, Thorne. The children really enjoyed how to control their breathing and how they can control their own emotions. They also enjoyed sending all the worries into the thunder tin and listening to the gong and how loud it could be. We listened carefully to where we could feel the sounds in our bodies. Finally we relaxed and listened to the wonderful sounds Karen could make with all her equipment. We will definitely be continuing to use the techniques Karen showed us. We have already noticed a difference with how the children are able to use the breathing to calm their minds.