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Otter Class Assembly Spring 2

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Congratulations to Otter Class for performing a wonderful class assembly this morning all about Sir Ernest Shackleton and his Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition! The children spoke clearly and with enthusiasm and showcased their learning to the whole school and their parents.
Well done Otter Class!

Picture News Advocate School

We are delighted to have been made a Picture News Advocate School, for our work in our news assemblies in school. We use Picture News to develop our understanding of the events in the world around us, linking them to our school character muscles, British Values and the United Nations Rights of the Child.

Some super posters for the Science Week competition.

Some of our older children reading to the younger ones in the Reading Buddies after school club.

23.3.22

On Wednesday some of our pupils went to Uppingham School's Sports Centre to take part in a Sport Ability Festival with Miss Jackson. They had to take part in a range of games to help to build their agility, ball control and hand eye coordination. The children were fantastic ambassadors for our school and were complimented on their lovely manners and teamwork. Well done to all of the children who attended. We're very proud of you!

Sports Ability Festival 23.3.22

Physical Literacy, Sparx and Energise Spring 2 Sessions

 

This term Ineke, a sports coach from Urban movement, will be coming in to work with EYFS, Year 1 and Year 3 for a PE lesson each week. On Wednesday she worked with the children in Hedgehogs and Squirrels for their 'Physical Literacy session'. She will help to develop their hand eye co-ordination, hopping and movement technique over small hurdles to check their body position of feet, legs, trunk, arms and head. The children had a wonderful time and there was lots of fun, games and laughter. Thank you Ineke!

 
Year 1 had their first 'Sparx session' and year 3 then had their first 'Energise session'The purpose of both of these programmes is to encourage higher levels of participation in physical activity and support the children's development of healthy lifestyles. Both Year 1 and Year 3 had a brilliant time completing the activities and demonstrated a great thirst for learning. 
 

 At the end of each lesson, Ineke will set a challenge card for Year 1 and year 3 for the following week based on the theme of the lesson; if the card is completed and handed in they will unlock one of the character cards from the back of the booklet. Can the children collect them all?!

We're looking forward to our second sessions next Wednesday with Ineke!

 

 

Badgers 1st Spotlight dance rehearsal

Britain’s largest ichthyosaur comes to South Witham!!

Dates up to Easter

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