At the end of the first week of learning at home, the staff created this video for the children. See our video here: The Music is Justin Fletcher’s version of Happy by Pharrell Williams.
As part of our Big Question ‘Where in the world would you like to go?’, we were delighted to take part in French morning, which began with the register in French, followed by opportunities to practise french greetings. We had … Continued
We are delighted to welcome back Angus and Patrick, both past pupils of Combe Primary School. Angus is working towards achieving his Duke of Edinburgh Award and will be carrying out a number of outdoor jobs with us as part … Continued
On Monday 2nd March, the Year 1s were lucky enough to visit The Marlborough C of E School for the dance festival. The festival this year was focused on the story ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ by Maurice Sendak. Taught … Continued
We’ve had a brilliant day of science workshops today. Year 1 and 2 watched an interactive show, where they were challenged to think about the range of different animals and why there might be so many. They imagined themselves as … Continued
The children who have been awarded their ‘100 Nights’ reading certificates had a great time visiting ‘Mrs Joannou’s Shake Shop’ today. The shop will open again soon so those children who are still working towards their 100 nights so they … Continued
On Tuesday 11th February we celebrated Safer Internet Day. Red Kites read the eBook “Smartie the Penguin” and discussed it. The children then made a picture or poster to take home. Kingfisher Class watched Digi-Penguin and investigated age-restricted websites, suitable … Continued
On Monday 10th February, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 enjoyed a visit from a fire engine. The children enjoyed hearing about how to stay fire safe, seeing the fire engine and trying out the hoses. Thank you to the … Continued