School enjoys learning all about different Science!
This week at the Infant school pupils have been enjoying carrying out different investigations as part of our belated Science week. This has included flowers and their water transportation system, creating the electromagnetic spectrum using water and sunlight and breaking down the different elements that make colour dyes, as well as many more. Lots of enjoyment and learning has been had by all.
There was also a Summer disco run by the PTFA and volunteers this week. DJ Kev provided the entertainment, not to mention the competitions and lots of fun was had by all. We raised £154, so thank you all for your generous contributions, particularly at a time when the cost of living is high.
This week's attendance was won by the Dragonflies class with 100%. This was amazing so well done guys!
Next week, we have a visit from the Norfolk Library Service, who are conducting an assembly about the Summer Reading Challenge, where we want to see as many children as possible reading their books over the holidays to maintain those vital reading skills. It also maintains pupil confidence in readiness for a return to school in the Autumn. This year the theme is Gadgeteers (Science and Innovation), so let us work together to keep our children reading as much as they can beginning from Saturday 9th July. You can engage with the challenge in libraries themselves or more easily online by signing up at www.summerreadingchallenge.org,uk. Staff can also take part in a mirrored challenge.
Over the weekend, parents will be able to chat to their children about the class teacher they have been assigned for the up-and-coming academic year. We have lots planned with new developments on the horizon, so watch this exciting space.
Have a great weekend everyone!