On Friday all the children from Year 6 donned their high vis jackets, grabbed a rubbish bag and a litter grabber and went for a walk down Browick Road and the local area to collect litter and rubbish. South Norfolk Council provided all the necessary equipment and several members of the public thanked the children for their efforts. We collected quite a few bags of rubbish and it is hoped that lots of the other classes will have the chance to do their own litter pick.
At the beginning of February, 22 children from Year 4, 5 and 6 went to Wymondham Leisure Center to compete in a swimming gala. Six sports leaders went as well to time people's races. I think everyone did well, no one failed to complete their races. Even if they fell behind they never gave up. Everyone showed good sportsmanship and didn't get sad if they got a lower placement.
Today we had a fun assembly organised by the Friends. After half term there is going to be a sponsored event involving mini trampolines and today two instructors from Wymondham Leisure Centre came in with some of their trampolines. They showed us some of the routines that they do during their Mini Bounce class at the Leisure Centre and then some children and staff had a go. It looked really good fun and we can't wait to all have a go!
It has been a very busy end of term at school and everyone is looking forward to the Christmas holiday. We have had the Christmas fair, a visiting theatre group performing The Jungle Book, all our Christmas Performances, Choirs singing for the residents of some of the Wymondham care homes and our Christmas dinner in our festive jumpers.
We wish you all a Very Merry Christmas
A selection of pictures from our productions
Our Christmas lunch