Monthly Archives: October 2016

School Council Elections!

This week has been very exciting as for the first time Key stage One and Key stage Two have voted like adults at the polling station. Speeches were delivered from the candidates and on Wednesday the 12th October 2016 we find out the results and the winners from each class will be announced!

 An Interesting Day…

On Thursday 6th October 2016 Year Two had a visit from Daisy the guinea pig for the day. She helped them with their writing and in return the Year Twos helped to look after her!

House Points:

Kodiak Bears: 279 house points

Killer Whales: 192 house points

Golden Eagles: 212 house points

Bengal Tigers: 191 house points

Well done to the Kodiak Bears who finally broke the Bengal Tiger’s winning streak!


Let’s shine a light on this week’s attendance figures!

Foundation Stage Two: 96.6% (5th with 2 lates)

Year One: 97% (3rd)

Year Two: 97.6% (2nd)

Year Three: 96.6% (4th with no lates)

Year Four: 92.9% (6th)

Year Five: 92.6% (7th. Come On)

Year Six: 98% (1st. Well Done)

It’s been a great week for Year Six and by the look of the registers, they’re on their way to another victory! The week average for the whole school was 95.9%, just below our target of 96%.

It’s been a great week and we’ll update you more next week!