‘Together we grow: Together we give’. Ezekiel 47:2
We are a school community and we are a family. We learn together, we support each other, we give our time, our kindness, our love and our compassion to those around us in our school and wider community. We help each other to be ourselves and to be proud of it and to grow in to the unique individuals we are, and as a result, we grow into the respectful and accepting community we all value so much- we are there for each other on each step of our journey.
This year, our children in year 5 visited York for their residential . During the trip , the children took part in a variety of exciting activities supporting our work in class around the Romans and Vikings. This involved working in teams to create our own Roman and Viking shields, building Viking long ships, Roman Siege Engines and baking traditional Viking bread. As well as this, they had the chance to study the history of York by visiting the York Castle Museum, the Jorvik and the DIG centre where they all learnt lots of new and interesting facts. Being in such a beautiful city, we were also able to take in all of the sights and landmarks from the river city cruise, this was very exciting! A fantastic time was had by all!
LOW MILL 2018
In the Spring term, our Year 5 children visit Low Mill Outdoor Centre in North Yorkshire for 3 days. Here they experience exciting activities such as Rock Climbing, Geocaching, Orienteering and Environmental Studies. They have a wonderful time experiencing what the outdoors has to offer. Visit Low Mill Outdoor Centre website for more information.