Cross Country Competition 2017
On Tuesday 26th and Wednesday 27th September 2017, all the children in Key Stage 2 took part in a Cross Country Competition. This was to select children to represent the school in a local Cross Country competition against other schools later on this month. Everyone who took part did brilliantly and we wish the winners of the races the best of luck in the inter school competition.
Our Harvest Celebration with an assembly and a Village Fayre 2017
On Tuesday 26th we celebrated Harvest as a school. Thank you to everyone who brought in produce to display during our collective worship. Each year group learnt a poem or song to perform to the rest of the school and Rev Canon Ineson joined us to lead our worship. Afterwards we boxed up all the non perishable items and they were collected by the local Foodbank and will go to support local families.
After school, we had an amazing Harvest Fayre! AIP our new contract caterers joined us and gave out samples from their menu. They will take over our school kitchen from Monday 30th October. Sea Mills children's centre also joined us and gave out fruit pots. We held a number of competitions for both adults and children and were delighted by the number of entries we had. Competitions ranged from the largest vegetable, heaviest vegetable and vegetable art to the best victoria sponge, chutney, jam or decorated cake! The teachers had to judge each competition which was enjoyable but tricky! There were so many entries and all were of a high quality. All prize winners received a medal or a certificate. Congratulations to everyone who took part and to all the winning entries.
Thank you Year 6 who entertained the crowd with a WWII performance which was fantastic. Well done all in Year 6!
Thank you to all who contributed to our Harvest celebrations. It was a wonderful day!