Menu
Call us on 01524 65880 or Email Us Here

School Blog


Desert Island Postcards

Thank you for all the postcards including those physically handed in as well as those posted on Seesaw which you have written. These postcards, addressed to members of staff, describe a place and activities which children have enjoyed…

Read More

10 ideas for creative writing.

These are some creative writing ideas you can do at home with older children in KS2 (years 3, 4, 5 and 6) although some can also be done with younger children in year 2. All you need is a pen or pencil and some paper. You could even…

Read More

Mr MacKinnon reads…

IMG_4151 Jabari Jumps - a story about a young boy facing up to his fears with the support of his dad.  

Read More

10 ideas for listening to stories.

As a ‘We Are Reading’ school, our children enjoy stories – both reading them and having books read to them – and there are many authors, teachers and websites where children can listen to stories being read. Below are 10 of our…

Read More

Message from author Ross McWilliam

The children in Year 6 enjoyed meeting Ross and have been exploring and unpicking themes in his book Cuppa. He has kindly made a message for the children of our school in these unprecedented times.    

Read More

World Book Day

We love reading at our school and as well as promoting authors and books through our English lessons, book corners, events throughout the year, assemblies and library areas, we also encourage children to dress up as book character's on…

Read More

Orange Class Assembly

Linked to their topic Hot or Not?', Orange Class treated us to a fact filled and engaging assembly linking all the different aspects of their learning. They demonstrated the art skills they have developed in mixing colours and sketching…

Read More

Story Stones

How creative and artistic you are! Challenged with producing a story stone linked to a well known book character, we were impressed by the quality that the children produced. There were characters from books aimed at the younger and…

Read More

Star Wars Soundscapes

Here are some blog photos of Indigo Class performing their soundscapes for Star Wars. They had six scenes from the film without dialogue and had to create their own sound effects using a range of dynamics, tempo, duration and melody.…

Read More

Discovery Time

Our Red Class learn through a wide range of engaging and exciting ways. In education this is called 'continuous provision' and we call it 'Discovery Time. Walking through the classroom sees children programming robots to move around…

Read More