On Monday 17th June 2019 some very excited year 5 and 6 children (and 3 very excited adults!) headed off to Whitemoor Lakes for an action packed residential. Keep an eye on this news feed throughout the week for pictures of how they are all getting on!
Monday - Just arrived! Tuesday morning - Happy Birthday Roxy!! Action packed Tuesday!
All going well - everyone asleep by 10.20pm last night and not a peep before 7am. Year 6 boys absolutely sparko apparently and had to be woken up by Mrs Pickles!!
Some of the site is flooded and below shows access to the first activity of the day!
The climbing wall....seriously high!!
Fencing this afternoon! Year 6 Circus Skills below.
Year 6 tackling the Challenge Course
Thursday report - another good night's sleep had by all! Only one room awake by 7.45am so Mrs Pickles had to do the rounds again...!!
Maybe the disco had something to do with it! Ready to go!
We have been told the flooding on site has been receding so hopefully the zip wire will be accessible for everyone to try before they return home - usually a real highlight of the trip.
Everyone canoeing - looking dry so far!!
Now they've got their sea legs....why not try to build their own raft!!
Nearly ready to launch..... And they're off....not sure if they all managed to stay dry!!
Well it looks like it has been a fantastic trip - a good final night was had by all. We have been inundated with great photos - here are a few more from yesterday and we are expecting everyone to take part in the zip wire challenge this morning.
New school pet apparently.....
Living the high life on the high ropes:
Wacky Hair Day! The children came to school sporting their wackiest hair-dos and brought a variety of bottles in for our May day tombola. Thanks everyone.
Local MP Chris Heaton-Harris set up a lively debate, House of Commons style, as part of his assembly telling us what it's like to be an MP.
The children enjoyed listening to stories on World Book Day. Thanks to Kirsten, Finley and Ivy's mum, for coming in to read!
Samba Drumming Performance: the children showcased their drumming skills following a series of workshops in school. Many thanks to Chris Hardwick from Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust.
Ian Fisher came in to talk to the school about a career as a farmer.
Year 6 Vocal Day at Spratton Hall. A fantastic day had by all!
Aboriginal art: the children thoroughly enjoyed working with Stephen Rowley, who shared his knowledge of aboriginal culture, storytelling, drama and art.
A fun day was had by all, exploring and creating with Lego.
The Saints visited school for a day of Rugby activities.
Year 2 and 3 enjoyed getting to grips with Romeo and Juliet in their Shakespeare Workshop.
A brilliant morning's entertainment from Image Musical Theatre performing Wind in the Willows.
Mike Alcock from the RNLI presented an assembly on water safety and specifically cold water shock.
The sun was out for a great May Fayre! Well done to our May Queen Blossom Hill and Atticus White who was our May Day Page.
Mr Baker's brass group shared with us all what they have been learning in their lessons.
Sergeant McDonald came to school with his police dogs to tell us about their valuable work.