Teacher: Miss C Barnden
Teaching Assistants: Mrs M Ellis, Mrs H Huby (HNF) 4 days
After a 4am start all of Year 6 arrived safely in Paris. The children have been exploring the campus where they will be based for the duration of the trip. They enjoyed their two hour swim session and took a stroll to a local pizza restaurant for tea.
Year 6 have been blessed with lovely weather which was perfect for their open top, hop on hop off bus tour around Paris. They visited Montmatre, home to the beautiful Sacré-Cœur Basilica - a Roman Catholic church which stands at the highest point in the city. What wonderful views! They also did a spot of shopping, which included some of the children trying out the traditional French beret.
The budding footballers and rugby players of Year 6 were very excited for today's visit to Stade-De-France - the national stadium of France. The stadium is the laregst in Europe for track and field events and seats 78,338 people. It was then back on the coach for a visit to the worlds largest art museum and historic monument in Paris, Louvre Muesum. The children were amazed to see the stunning paintings and even caught a glimpse of the world famous Mona Lisa. Judging by her facial expression, it was safe to say that the children were more pleased to see her than she was them.
What a difference! Take a look at our wondeful new EYFS outdoor learning space. What once was a dull and uninspiring concrete area has now been transformed into an engaging and … More >
The children in Year 5 are having a fantastic time on their residential at Carroty Wood.They have participated in lots of exciting activities, trying their hands at abseiling, low ropes, the climbing … More >
A huge well done to all the children in KS2 who represented our school at our latest running races - Mascalls on 13th March and Somerhill on 20th March. We had some super results and the children who … More >
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