Whole School Events


This year all of our children, from Reception to Year 6, took part in the NSPCC Number Day.

Orienteering Problem Solving Challenge.

All classes took part in the challenge during the day from Reception to Year 6 . The children had a fantastic time! The challenge increased in difficulty from class to class and children had to work as a member of a team using determination and perseverance to complete the challenge.



In March, KS1 and KS2 took part in WORLD MATHS DAYS!

On March 23rd 2018, all children in Year 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 took part in World Maths Day Challenge, competing against children of the same age across the world.

World Maths Day is a free, fun, online competition with up to 4 million students world-wide participating. The competition measures speed in arithmetic and numeracy skills on the Live Mathletics platform. Children in each year group answered questions at a level specifically targeted at their age; competing against children in their class and around the world.

Congratulations and well done to Leah in Year 6. Leah not only achieved the highest score in Year 6, she also scored the highest score in the whole school.

Schools Supporting Schools

Did you know that UNICEF points are earned across the Live Mathletics game by answering questions correctly? Mathletics turn those points into cash and donate it to fund UNICEF supported schools in Zimbabwe, bringing education to children in need. By competing in World Maths Day, all students are helping support these UNICEF projects. What a great reason to be involved!



In June, the whole school will be taking part in ‘Money Week’. Watch out for photographs from the week coming soon…