We are extremely proud of our runners and extremely delighted to have awarded so many half and full marathon medals. The 28th June was our final day of the challenge and we awarded the medals at our Summer BBQ on Friday 1st July in front of parents and family members. This was a personal challenge for each individual child […]
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We invite everyone to have a go at writing out the National Anthem in their best cursive handwriting. Parents and Grandparents are welcome to join in too! Please see below for a copy in the handwriting style we teach at school. Please send your handwritten work to Mrs Tilley.
Our Shakespeare Garden- From Pen To Plot, won ‘Best in Show’ in the School Garden Competition. We were also awarded best garden for Protecting Rural England and best Project Managed Garden. An incredible achievement and we are very proud of everyone who has been involved with the project. Especially Miss Smithson who is now looking forward to a well […]
The Young Voices App will allow you to shop for merchandise and tickets and will provide a way to locate your child in the arena. We will send a text with our school code to help with locating us on the night. http://youngvoicesapp.co.uk/
Welcome back to the start of a new term and a new year. We look forward to sharing more information via the new website. Especially information that tells everyone about the great progress school is making towards re-gaining the Ofsted grading of GOOD.
Your homework this week is to complete the autobiography planning sheet. You can write about yourself, a member of your family, someone that you are interested in or a fairy tale character. You need to plan it this week and your homework over half term will be to write it up.
Well done to everyone who completed the reading challenge this summer here are some of the Castlemorton representatives. They were 5 of 30 children to complete this year’s 6-book Summer Reading Challenge with Upton Library. Lovely to see children reading for pleasure- keep reading.