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On Thursday 21st April  Key Stage 1 had their WOW Day to start their new topic ‘From Field to Fork’.  The children used a variety of fruits and vegetables to print on fabrics to make picnic blankets.  They made a list of the  different things they needed for their picnic and they followed recipes to make jam, cheese or ham sandwiches.  The children helped the adults to pack their picnic and went onto the school field where they had their picnics.  They had fun all afternoon.


(For more photos see the KS1 Gallery)






This month our Owls have been busy making their own pizza's.  This involved choosing their own toppings and preparing them before the pizza's were baked.  They were then able to take them home.

(See EYFS photo gallery for more photos)




Thank you to staff and children for making our virtual Harvest Festival a great success. Special thanks to Mrs Scorer for teaching the children their songs and for organising the music. The children sang beautifully and with confidence.  

Thank you to our school community for the generous contributions of food for the Royston Foodbank and to Mr Xia for recording the event.  





On Tuesday 8th March, all our Year 1 children embarked on their first ever school trip to take part in a speed stacking event at King James Academy.  

Organised by the staff at KJAR, the event gave our children the opportunity to try out the sport of speed stacking through lots of fun and lively activities. Speed stacking is an exciting sport that helps hand-eye co-ordination and focus and all the children came back wanting more so it is sure to become a regular in our PE lessons and during golden time! 

A big thank you goes out to Miss Williamson and the Year 9 helpers at KJAR and all our fantastic parent volunteers for making this school trip possible. All the children had a wonderful time. 


(More photo's can be found in the Key Stage 1 Gallery) 









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