Tree Planting

Year 5 have worked amazingly hard today to get our first set of trees planted in our new forest area.

Come back to see our progress over the next few weeks as we aim to get over 200 trees in the ground.




Leaf Art

Art club made some very friendly looking foxes using the leaves from outside.  Now we have the idea what can be done, we are going to get creative next week and make our own animals.

Superstars – Friday 16th November 2018

Well done to all our Superstars this week!

Grace M – for great improvement in Literacy and Phonics
Millie – for great improvement in Literacy and Phonics

Year 1
Percy – for coming into school every day with a smile on his face. He is helpful, happy and always polite. A true superstar!
Reggie – for being a fantastic member of Year 1. He is a friend to everyone and always the first to help out.

Year 2
Sienna – for writing a wonderful poem using lots of description
George – for trying hard with his listening, resulting in great work

Year 3
Etienne – for learning his lines for our assembly
James C – for having a go and showing courage

Year 4
Ayda – for amazing effort this week and improving her work
Hassan – for brilliant enthusiasm during English

Year 5
Malgorzata – for putting excellent effort into pieces of creative writing
Hannah – for persisting through complicated Maths problems of squared and cubed numbers

Year 6
Kian – for fantastic research about WW2 spy, Agent Blanche
Zuzie – for finding interesting , relevant facts about landmarks in North and South America

All Souls Netball Team

A disappointing loss today against a very good team. It was neck and neck throughout the whole game but as the fourth quarter came the team were tired and struggling to make those crucial passes. Going into the final quarter we were 1 up with the score 5-4 however Holy Family fought hard and scored 4 goals in 6 minutes!

A great, tough game and despite the slippery conditions both teams played well.

Well done to James who was voted man of the match. Thank you to all the parents and families who supported today.

Can all kits be brought back in tomorrow please.

Working together.

Last week we contributed to a whole school display to commemorate the centenary of the end of WWI. We enjoyed painting the poppies, and think you will agree, that the display in the foyer is beautiful.



Continuing with our topic on Italy, we learnt about the features of mountains, how animals adapt to live on them, and why humans have chosen to live on them during the past centuries. We looked at Mont Blanc in Italy. Google Earth has given us the chance to look at some of these far off places, so that we can appreciate these arduous terrains.



We are thoroughly enjoying the Engage programme in Year 4, where we are perfecting our rugby skills and learning how to work together and show respect, which is particularly poignant this week as it’s Anti-Bullying Week. We’re now looking forward to Children in Need day, on Friday, when we will be arriving into school in our ‘spotty’ attire!

Y1 and Y2 Cinema Trip Reminder

On Monday 12th, Year 1 and Year 2 are walking to the Odeon Cinema.

The children should come to school in their school uniform as normal. We ask that all children arrive at school at 8:30am as we will need to leave at 8:45am prompt. We will be back in time for lunchtime. We will provide the children with a small bag of sweets to enjoy at the cinema.