Weekly Roundup

30th June 2018
Just when I think school life can’t get any busier it does! It has been a brilliant week with so much happening.
On Tuesday and Wednesday the children in Years 1 and 2 visited Skegness. They learned lots at Nature Land and had a fantastic time on the beach (including a paddle in the sea).
Tuesday also saw the Year 5 pupils attend a huge Samba event. This is a Brazilian type of music which really focuses on rhythm (especially drumming). The children were amazing and were part of a world record attempt for the largest Samba Band! We think that the record has been broken but will have to wait and see! This was part of the Samba City project that the school has participated in this term.
Yesterday was Sports Day for Years 3, 4, 5 and 6. The children competed brilliantly, there were some incredibly close races and demonstrations of perseverance. We were extremely proud of all of the children. The medals were handed out back at school due to the intense heat. Upon adding up all of the points I can announce that Tennyson (Blue Team) were the overall winners! A huge thank you to the staff who always make it run so well and another huge thank you to all members of the school community that attended.
Finally, last week we sent out information about changes to the laws about data. We need all Parents/Carers to complete the permission slip as soon as possible!