Some fantastic news for the Village, Robin Skailes of Cropwell Bishop Creamery has advised us that there is now a defibrillator installed up at the diary which has been registered with the ambulance service.
It is available for our residents to use in case of an emergency by simply calling 999, the ambulance service will then give you the code to get into the defibrillator unit and take you from there.
The defibrillator is placed under the balcony on the outside wall of the dairy building so as you go up the drive it is just off to the right slightly facing you mounted on the outside wall.
The Parish Council would like to thank the creamery for this facility being open to all of our residents.
This morning David Barton and Gerry Thompson from the Rotary Club visited school to present every member of Year 5 with an Illustrated English Dictionary. The Rotary Club is an organisation who raise money to help eradicate poverty and disease mostly in Africa, but also to help with projects nearer home such as providing school children with dictionaries. They have over 35,000 clubs world-wide with a membership of 1.2 million people and so we are very grateful that they help our pupils in this way.
To celebrate Children in Need day the children all came to school in odd socks and silly shoes. The school raised £189 for Children in Need.
To commemorate the centenary of the First World War members of the School Council and Mr Palmer joined the Parish Council and Cllr Gordon Moore to plant a tree at the Old School. The tree is a Cherry Bird Watereri and is sited in the far left-hand corner of the grassy area beside the Old School.
The Councils hope this living legacy will serve as a reminder of the sacrifices made for our freedom for many years to come.
After the fantastic success of last years Stilton Stumble the Friends of School are organising another one this year. However, they are very short on volunteers to act as Marshall’s for the event. If you can spare some time on Sunday 16th November between the times of 8.30am and 2pm to help please contact Susanna Stephenson, Sandy Groves or Charlotte Mullins from the Friends of School. Your help will be greatly appreciated.
Please support the Friend’s in the wonderful work that they do for our school.
This morning Adam Rockley from Adam Rockley Drumming came into school and presented a Drumming Assembly to us. Some of our pupils already have lessons each Monday and they performed to the school, along with our very own Mr Lee.
After the assembly Classes 2 and 3 took part in a Military Drumming Workshop, great fun was had by all!
If your child is interested in taking drumming lessons through school details will be emailed out in due course.
Click here to see Mr Lee’s Performance
Military Drumming Workshops
Congratulations to the boy’s football team who won their football match against Sutton Bonnington School 6:0 in the Small Schools Cup.
Cropwell Bishop played Sutton Bonnington on Wednesday night. Sutton kicked off and had a good start until James did a fantastic through ball to Kye which ended up in the back of the net. James had a clearance/shot which had an awkward bounce then skimmed the crossbar. We came close to 2 – 0 but Louis, with a banger of a shot, hit the side netting. Also Daniel came close from a free kick but the keeper tipped it on the crossbar.
It was half time and John gave us a few tips. We went back on and Joseph scored from a tight angle to make it 2 – 0. There were various opportunities for both sides until Daniel nutmeged the keeper to make it 3 – 0. After a while, Sutton was caught on the break and Cropwell won a free kick near the half way line. Daniel took it and it was a low ball then Henry tapped it the other way so the keeper couldn’t reach the tap in. 4 – 0 Cropwell.
Kye had a brilliant run down the left wing Daniel crossed it in and Kye hit a spectacular volley in to the top corner. It looked like Cropwell had got it in the bag but then in the last 40 seconds Daniel extended the lead to make it 6 – 0. Eventually Connor blew the final whistle, Cropwell had won.
Report by Daniel McLean and William Thomas (Class 6)
On Saturday afternoon our visitors from Komaki Elementary School, Nagano, Japan arrived at Nottingham Bus Station and were met by Mr Palmer and the children’s Homestay Families. During their visit our visitors will be staying with families of children from Year 6 and Year 5.
This morning we had a special assembly to welcome our visitors and the children showed us a powerpoint all about their school, followed by some music and a very impressive gymnastics display.
Our visitors are staying in Cropwell Bishop until Thursday, taking part in various activities around school and Nottingham.
There was great excitement as the whole school listened to the Year 6′s speeches and then voted for this year’s House Captains.
The results are:-
Air:- House Captain – Daniel McLean, Vice Captain – Rebecca Bradley.
Earth:- House Captain – Sophie Cordon, Vice Captain – Lauren-Mae Evison.
Fire:- House Captain – Lawrence McMahon, Vice Captain – Jasmine Spencer.
Water:- House Captain – Maeya McFeeters, Vice Captain – Harry Matthews.