School News & Events

 
Phased Re-opening of School
Mrs Umpleby
04 Jun 2020
Staying Safe Online
Mrs Umpleby
15 May 2020
JAM for the Summer
Miss Mandelson
11 May 2020  -  Pri: 31/08/2020
Hello from Mrs Taylor
05 May 2020
Supporting Mental Health - COVID 19
Mrs Umpleby
20 Apr 2020  -  Pri: 30/09/2020
JAM for Easter
02 Apr 2020
St Patrick's Day
23 Mar 2020
Sport Relief 2020
15 Mar 2020
World Book Day 2020
15 Mar 2020
Marks and Spencer Promotion
10 Mar 2020
Sport Relief
05 Mar 2020
JAM/Messy Church
Miss Mandelson
29 Feb 2020
Ambassador News
17 Jan 2020
Sensory Garden Consultation
Mrs Hatch
13 Jan 2020
Play Leaders
14 Dec 2019
Ambassador News
14 Dec 2019
Children in Need
26 Nov 2019
Federation Update
Mrs Umpleby
18 Nov 2019
Children in Need Bring and Buy Sale
Mrs Hatch
17 Nov 2019
Christmas Bauble Competition
Mrs Hatch
09 Nov 2019
Click on the link to see news about this year's Children in Need day
26 Oct 2019
Messy Church
Miss Mandelson
17 Oct 2019
School Council
Mrs Hatch
20 Sep 2019
Jeans for Genes
Mrs Umpleby
20 Sep 2019
Village Show Winners
Mrs Hatch
19 Sep 2019
The Proposed Federation Documents
18 Sep 2019
Open Day
Mrs Umpleby
13 Sep 2019
School Library
Mrs Umpleby
13 Sep 2019
Education Sunday
Miss Mandelson
12 Sep 2019
New musical opportunities at our school!!
Mrs Umpleby
11 Sep 2019


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Ambassador News

17 Jan 2020

Yesterday, we went on a trip to Minskip Farm Shop and learnt about how the farmers grow their food. The shop was made out of wood and sold all sorts, such as: eggs, cheese, jam, fruit and vegetables. We went outside onto the farm area and looked at some pigs. Their names were Mudd, Violet and Bangers. The lady that was leading us through the farm (Emma) told us that the pig`s manure helped all the plants grow. In winter, the farmers have something called the hunger gap which is a time where not many crops grow, apart from some including kale and potatoes. Later, we visited the chicken spa. The leader told us about how the chickens are very well looked after and how they have toys, warmth and fresh straw to make them comfortable so that they can lay eggs. Because the farm is so close to the shop it means that there is a low carbon footprint getting food to the customer which is good for the environment.  We highly recommend that you visit the farm shop at Minskip.

Austin and Daisy
 

 
 
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