Dragon class have been learning about time! What's the time Mr Wolf?

Christingle Service

 The children and family members enjoyed celebrating a magical Christingle service in the Community Centre led by Reverend Burrell. 

Be Bright Be Seen' day

Our JRSOs, Taylor and Jack, organised a fabulous afternoon to teach us all how to ride our bikes safely, check our bikes and be more road aware. We learnt a song, had a 'Be Bright' fashion show and created our own road sign and bright bike designs. 

Remembrance Tea

Thank you to the Friends for organising a wonderful tea and cakes following on from our Remembrance service with Pastor Blowes. Our beautiful poppy table decorations were a success!

Children In Need

We raised money by bringing our favourite teddy to school for the day and enjoying a Teddy Bear's Picnic at lunch. Our Teddy Stalls were very popular after school too . Well done to the School Council for organising it. 

Farmer's Market

This year we had a Soup Themed Farmer's Market, where we turned all our garden produce into soup! 

Prayer Day

We learnt the Lord's Prayer and about why prayer is important to Christians. 

"A prayer is when you are telling God your throughts and worries"- Year 2

"Praying is spending time with God telling him what your fears are."- Year 2

"It's just me that knows and God that knows"- Year 1. 

Language Day

This year our Language Day focused on learning about Germany, the food and culture as well as the language. We all dressed up in the colours of the German Flag to celebrate! 

Harvest Festival
We enjoyed learning about Harvest and we all donated some produce to be auctioned to raise money for charity. 

Year 6 @ Hollowford

Miss Owen spent an amazing week in Hollowford, enjoying weaselling, zip wires, raft building, hill climbing and castle exploring! 

Junior Road Safety Officer

Our super Junior Road Safety Officers achieved their Gold Award! Well done!

Sports Day

Congratulations to Sapphire House- Sports Day Champions! Well done to everyone for trying their best and taking part so well. It was good to be so well supported by our families too. 

Spring Lambs
We were very excited to help feed some new Spring Lambs.

Grandparents Gardening
Goldcrest Class utilised Grandparent power to help with their gardening tasks.

Red Nose Day
We raised money for Comic Relief by having a Crazy Hair Day!

Guru Nanak Gudwara
We were welcomes to the Guru Nanak Gudrawa in Ipswich, where we learnt about the Sikh way of life the Guru Granth Sahib.

Mother's Day Lunch

Fun at Mother's Day Lunch!

Magical Book Week

We had a super time celebrating book week! A magician came to visit the school, a giant left strange footprints in Woodpecker Class, Harry Potter made an appearance in Eagle Class and Goldcrest made magic carpets! We had a super story time each day, buddy reading the afternoons, a dressing up day and magical science lessons!

Alfie Strange

Year 3/4 enjoyed a theatre production at Stradbroke High School!  

Victorian Day

Woodpecker Class spent the morning in a Victorian School. They wrote on slates and had to practise their sewing skills. 

Winnie the Pooh Week
We had a super week celebrating the 90th anniversary of the publication of A. A. Milne’s wonderful Winnie the Pooh stories. As well as enjoying a daily Winnie the Pooh story– including the one where Pooh couldn’t find the Woozle, we also learnt about the different characters and about the language used in the story. Alongside this we completed a number of exciting learning activities:  Goldcrest made honey biscuits, Woodpeckers leant to dance like Heffalumps and Eagles made super beehives.


Christmas Spectacular
Super singing, dancing and acting from all the children at our Nativity performance! 

Christmas Lunch
We had lots of fun at Christmas lunch- thank you to all our governors, readers and volunteers that came and joined us! 

London Visit
Year 5 and 6 (and Woody Woodpecker!) had a super day in London! They enjoyed a Tour of the Houses of Parliament before meeting our MP Daniel Poulter. The children asked Dr Poulter lots of questions about becoming a MP and his work in parliament. Follow the link to read more about the interview. Year 5 and 6 also went on a tour of London, spotting many landmarks, including Monument and St Paul's Cathedral. Finally they explored the Museum of London before boarding the train back to Diss Station.