House Martins rescued! The RSPCA came out today to take two House Martins to The Ark to be hand reared as they had fallen out of their nest.
Residential Update: Tuesday
Despite the weather the children are having lots of fun on the residential trip. They've been canoeing, climbing and on the sensory trail. This afternoon they will be mountain biking. They're working well as a team as you can see from these photos.
Red Nose Fundraising 2019
Christmas Jumper Day for Save the Children
A couple of weeks ago, I (Miss Murray) travelled to Uganda. During the trip, I visited Rihamu Junior School and Queen Elizabeth National Park as part of the twinning project we are involved in. As a school, we have been learning lots about both the national park and the school and identifying lots of similarities and differences between Kasese and Uganda. The photos below will give you a glimpse into life at Rihamu School and show you some of the wildlife found in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Ted in his new school jumper!
Y3/4 Sustainability Centre Residential
We had an absolutely amazing trip to the Sustainability Centre this week, with the children experiencing lots of different and engaging activities which linked well to our previous topic 'Destruction', and Sea Lions current topic 'Survival of the Fittest'. Below are a selection of photographs taken over the two days of both of the classes:
We had great fun taking part in activities in support of Sports Relief. Some pictures of the activities we did can be see below.
Sea Lions and Turtles Shared Reading
Due to the success of Sea Lions previously sharing their pop-up stories with Turtles class, the two classes have begun 'buddy time' where children from each class have been sharing books and stories with one another. Below are some pictures from our first session: