Class Blogs

A busy week ahead after that glorious half term

Why not look at the Newsletter page for more information?

Suffolk Wildlife Trust has presented the school with a copy of the stunning book The Lost Words by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris to the schools. The book was written in response to certain words being removed from the OED.

House Points:

Blue 1325            Yellow 1364           Red 1295

Achievement Awards for 25.02.19:

Rabbits – For his fantastic work in maths on addition

Squirrels – For his great work on missing number problems in maths

Badgers – For settling into his new class really well

Owls – For challenging herself in maths.


Rabbits are having a visit from the dental nurse and baking cakes in maths.

The Squirrel Class will be reading a story from Kenya – Mam Panya’s Pancakes.

Badger class are researching Maya gods.

Owls are starting our learning about algebra and continuing our understanding of life in Ancient Eygpt. The Friends are pleased to present the school with six new laptops. Our next event is a Tea Afternoon on Friday 01 March and an Easter Coffee Afternoon on Friday 29 March. You are very welcome to come and enjoy a peaceful tea and cake on both occasions. Sheree Morris, Chair

This year to celebrate World Book Day on Thursday 07 March, we would like to invite parents, grandparents and carers to come into the school from 2:45 to share their favourite books with a few children. We hope to inspire the children through your love of reading.

We have planted an apple tree in response to a suggestion by children for somewhere to go to think about someone or a pet that they no longer see. The children would like to hang a ribbon as a token of their love and memory. If you have any spare ribbons, we would like to add them to our collection please.

Red Nose Day is approaching. The children can, for a donation of a £1, wear something red for the day. We will also be holding a playtime cake stall, 25p per cake. Please only send in a maximum of 50p. Some children asked for cakes but did not bring in money, which is embarrassing for them and defeats the generosity of the occasion. Please can you send the money in a named envelope if that helps? If you can bake a dozen red cakes or biscuits – all NUT FREE, please let Dawn know.

Term Dates

2021 - 2022
  • Summer Term 2: Tue, 7 June - Thu, 21 July
2022 - 2023
  • PD Days Thur, 1 Sept & Fri, 2 Sept 2022
  • Autumn Term 1: Mon, 5 Sept - Thur, 20 Oct
  • PD Day Friday, 21 October 2022
  • Autumn Term 2: Mon, 31 Oct - Fri, 16 Dec
  • PD Day Tuesday, 3 January 2023
  • Spring Term 1: Wed, 4 Jan 2023 - Fri, 10 Feb 2023
  • Spring Term 2: Mon, 20 Feb - Fri, 31 March
  • Summer Term 1: Mon, 17 Apr - Fri, 26 May
  • PD Day Monday, 5 June 2023
  • Summer Term 2: Tue, 6 June - Fri, 21 July 2023