E-safety is an integral part of children’s education in today’s digital world and is embedded in the school curriculum. The Year 6 children have created some fantastic websites focused on children their own age to coincide with Internet Safety Day.
We also want to help our parents improve their own understanding of e-safety issues so they can ensure their children have the right tools to use the internet in a safe and secure way. Access to the Government’s latest advice on e-safety for parents can be found here.
To view the websites that our Year 6 children have built click here
The children have been working very hard to achieve their cursive handwriting licenses. Here are this week’s handwriting heroes! Enjoy your new pens!
Well done to all of the children who have tried so hard with their roman topic homework this term. I am so impressed by all of your hidden talents. Who knew we had such fantastic roman bakers, poets and amour makers.
Here are the winners of the homework challenge! Well done boys and girls!
Parents/Carers can you please make sure that, when you are parking to pick up or drop off your children, you keep in mind the residents near the school, in particular the garage area behind Fairoak Way.
Your cooperation would be much appreciated.
Last week, the children had a big surprise when Rhaegar the rotten Roman visited their English lesson! Many children commented that Rhaegar looked very similar to their class teacher Miss Humphries, who was strangely no where to be seen!
Miss Humphries was very pleased to hear that Kimmeridge were fantastic at interviewing Rhaegar the Roman. The children were so inspired by their experience of interviewing a Roman that went on to rein act the interview using their homemade shields and armour.
This week, the children will be focusing on writing a transcript of their exciting encounter with Rhaegar!
Parrett and Axe are proud to announce that we have now achieved the School Games Platinum award. The award is part of the School Games Mark, administered by the national charity Youth Sport Trust and we are one of only 104 schools in the country to receive it.
We have had some small visitors to Parrett and Axe recently. Take a look at the photos of the Reptile and Insect show delivered by World Life Conservation CIC and funded by our wonderful PTFA. There are more photographs of Corfe class and their reptiles and insects on the Corfe Class page.
Millie-Jane (Bronze Ambassador) organised this fundraising event which was arranged
unbeknown to Mrs Harris. So far they have raised an amazing £118 with more sponsorship
due in soon. This money will be used to purchase PE equipment and will be chosen by the
participants of the reading marathon. Mrs Harris is extremely grateful to all the children
who have taken part in this challenge and would like to pass on her thanks to all who
sponsored these children
Congratulations to our number one netball team who came first in the Netball High Five tournament on Tuesday 5 December. Team 2 played extremely well and all were a credit to our school. Team one will go forward to the High Five finals in the new year.
A big thank you to Mrs Bailey, Mrs Donoghue, Mrs Goddard and Mrs House for all their help and support at the tournament. Well done to Mrs Harris for being such a good coach.