Archive for July, 2015


Tuesday 30th June 9.15 am, parents, friends and the Key stage 1 classes came to watch the children share what we had been learning about this term in our assembly. Tyler introduced the assembly. Lewis told the audience that we had been learning about ‘transport and journeys’ (lovely big voice). Lola G explained that we had […]

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P. E. – using the parachute…

The nursery children thoroughly enjoy our P.E. sessions. It was during our one of our session using the parachute that Mrs Zander and I decided we would use the parachute in our parent assembly.  The children listen, follow instructions and work together.     Warm ups first…                                                           and them we begin… and now we think the […]

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Y3’s Explosive End…..

This final week in Y3, to end our learning challenge on rocks we built volcanoes. The children used paper Mache to form their base. We did this outside to save disasters in the classroom and the weather was horrible but we had lots of fun making a mess. We left them to dry and the next […]

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Prize-giving Assembly

Today, on our last day of the summer term, we had our prize-giving assembly.  In the assembly, we present children with prizes, medals and certificates for a range of activities and contributions they have made to school life throughout the year.  We recognise sporting achievement as well as attendance and academic successes.  We invite parents […]

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Y6 Leavers’ Prom

On Tuesday, we hosted the Y6 Leavers’ Prom at school and our current class didn’t let us down.  They polished off their dancing shoes and dressed up for the occasion, making it a night none of us will forget.  We hope you all enjoyed the evening and will remember it for years to come!  Thanks […]

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Y6 vs Staff Rounders Match

We have had our annual Y6 vs Staff Rounders Match this week, which was enjoyed by all the pupils and staff alike. The children got off to a good start, batting first, they managed a very respectable 4 rounders.  When it came to the staff’s turn to bat, we managed to score a whopping 10 […]

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Investors in pupils

Watersheddings have been working towards investors in pupils. Investors in pupils has 5 main areas: induction, Classroom management, behaviour, attendance and learning. Also it’s where pupils can have a say. Today an assessor took us out into different groups. In the morning three members of the school council showed her the boards around school which […]

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Macmillan visit

A few weeks ago it was Business Challenge. We sold most of our canvases and raised a lot of money for our charity: Macmillan. This morning Rose Tipton (fundraiser) came from Macmillan to visit year 6. We showed her the PowerPoint which we had made for Business Challenge. She really liked it. Then we talked […]

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PE Awards Assembly

Today, in our whole school assembly, we held a PE Raffle to reward those children who have been putting in lots of effort in their PE lessons.  Adults in school have been rewarding children who always try their best, wear the correct PE kit and are making good progress in their learning, with raffle tickets […]

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Children’s Shakespeare festival

On Tuesday  we went to the Coliseum to perform a midsummer nights dream. We all enjoyed performing, even though we were all nervous.  We tried our best. First we did our technical rehearsal,  we were first on stage. Our proformances were at 2:00pm and 18:30pm. The cast:  Tanica : Fairy Leah: Musian Alex: Puck Brooklyn: […]

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