Today saw the first Football Festival between Cropwell Bishop Primary and Burton Joyce Primary Schools. Many children from both schools took part in the festival and a very enjoyable evening was had by all
Grace Quinn and William Shore are our Rushcliffe Learning Alliance Pupil Parliament representatives. Each term, they meet up with other school councillors from our local schools at County Hall in West Bridgford and discuss issues which affect our pupils. They are very fortunate in that they meet up in the Council Chambers where the actual county councillors meet! On Friday 6th May 2016 , Anna Soubry MP was our guest speaker. She answered questions from the children about her job, David Cameron, how she came to be an MP and member of the cabinet and even how much she got paid! It was a very interesting experience and she gave the children a clear message that they can achieve great things if they believe in themselves.
This morning the school and parents were treated to an amazing drumming concert by the children who have drumming lessons with Adam. The children played us a military piece, followed by each child performing the Caterpillar on the full set of drums and then we were treated to a wonderful piece where the children played drums and danced at the same time.
Well Done to all you took part!
This afternoon parents and children from Key Stage One and Class Three were treated to a wonderful concert by the Rock and Roll Recorder Group. The group, comprising of children from classes two and three meet on a Monday lunchtime and are taught recorders by Mrs Oldfield.
Well Done to all who took part!
The Governing Body is consulting on a proposal to establish a new multi-academy trust, and for our school to convert to academy status. The consultation period runs from Tuesday, March 29th to Friday, May 6th. The consultation information is published here and we invite stakeholders to send completed questionnaires to the school.
This morning we had a very Eggciting morning with Easter Bonnets, decorated eggs and egg rolling. The judging was held for the bonnets during the morning assembly with a winner from each class…
Class R – Oliver Gent Class 4 – Tilleah Francis
Class 1 – Noah Flint Class 5 – Ivy Flux
Class 2 – Grace Litchfield Class 6 – Isaac Clarke
Class 3 – Jacob Stevenson
Followed by the egg rolling in the hall, where the children had to roll their egg to land on a target in the middle, a lot harder than you might think! The winners were…
Class R – Jack Kennedy and James Fern,
Class 1 – Noah Flint Class 4 – James Inman
Class 2 – Seren Aldred-Pasque Class 5 – Mia Williams
Class 3 – Monty Soloman Class 6 – Isabelle Litchfield
Class R – The Polka Dot Egg
Class 1 – Gracie Clifford-Jones, The Balloon Eggs
Class 2 – Ava Roe, The Ice Creams
Class 3 – Abi Foote, Air Moon
Class 4 – Ella King, Hotel Transylvania Two
Class 5 – Malissa McCrea, The Queen and Her Eggasty
Class 6 – Grace Quinn, The Voice
Today classes 4, 5 and 6 put on an amazing Music Concert for their parents and Class 2. Class 4 joined together to form a Samba Band while Classes 5 and 6 played pieces on their recorders. The band also performed for us and the whole concert was rounded off with an amazing singing performance of ‘One And A Million’ by all three classes.
A big thanks to Mrs Blackburn for organising such an amazing concert and
Well Done to all the children!