Well done to our football team – WE WON AGAIN!
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A huge well done to our cross country runners. The school team came first overall and the girls team also won first place. We are very, very proud of them all. We would also like to say a big thank you to Mrs Wilkinson for all her hard work with the team.
This week we have been learning about being healthy. The children have learnt that healthy living means eating healthy, taking exercise being happy. They have learnt that we can eat some unhealthy food sometimes but that mostly our food should be healthy. The children have been practising physical skills in the garden and the reception… Read more »
In the explorer unit all of the children baked and decorate a cake for their Mummy. All of the children thought about why they loved their Mummy and their thoughts went home on a gift tag. The children have also been busy outside in the new mud kitchen and I think that you will agree… Read more »
This cabinet was donated by the leavers of 2015 to house all of our sports trophies. It was bought with leftover money from the Year 6 leavers party.
This week we have been learning about hibernation. The children have been learning and writing about where different animals go to sleep during hibernation, how they store food and why they do not need to eat much food during hibernation. They had great fun designing a bear cave of their own and pretending to be… Read more »
Welcome to the first Governor newsletter. In it we explain how recent changes to the governing body will ensure that it will have greater impact on the future success of our school. Governor Newsletter December 15
What a wonderful build up to Christmas we have had at school. There have been so many lovely things that we have done. The children sat in amazement and watched the ‘Aladdin’ panto! They have made Christmas decorations and even enjoyed a sneaky hot chocolate and biscuit! We are so proud of all the children… Read more »
On Friday 13th November Explorers and Young Explorers dressed as superheroes or in non uniform to raise money for Children in Need. After assembly we were all surprised when an envelope was posted into our classrooms. When we opened it we were shocked to discover it was from the Joker and even more shocking he… Read more »
Today Mad Science came to Saxilby! We enjoyed their assembly! Y5/6 had a great time in their workshops!