Gallery of work completed by Y6 pupils while in isolation.
On Wednesday the 9th of October we took two teams to a girls football tournament at Framlingham. We took two teams of seven girls and there were seven teams in the competition. It was a successful day with some tough competitors, but all our players played really well. We did very well as we took back two medals. The A team came first and won gold and the B team came third winning bronze. A very well done to all the girls that took part. The A team now have to play in a play off to see who reaches the County Final. By Amelia, Sports Captain
On Thursday 31st October 2019, children from Years 3 to 6 were taking part in a cross country event at Framlingham College. A lot of children took part in this very hard course. At the start of the course, there are a lot of turns and dips and a lot of rabbit holes. In the middle, there is a very steep hill which you almost have to climb up. If you are in Year 5 or 6, you have to an extra bit at the end where you have to run round a field. In total Year 6 and Year 5 boys and girls run 1.5 miles and Years 3 and 4 run 1.25 miles. Well done to everyone who took part in this event and thank you to the teachers and adults for cheering us on! By Tilly
The school won a bid for a Premier League Primary Stars Award and received a whole new football kit.
On Wednesday the 13th of November the school participated in a rugby development tournament. They did well after only having only 3 practices due to other recent sport events. We took 2 teams an A and a B, and the A team came 2nd and B team came 4th. We hope everyone had a good time and well done to everyone who went and joined in. By Elijah
On Wednesday the 6th of November the school participated in a boys' football tournament. There were a lot of teams and some tough competition and the boys played extremely well. We took 3 teams - an A, a B and a C, and each team played in a different league. Unfortunately none of our teams were able to qualify for the finals and we did not come home with a medal, but they played extremely well. Well done to everyone who went and we hope everyone had fun. By Elijah
The children from Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 visited Noah's Ark in Ipswich. Further information about the Ark is available at https://arkmuseum.eu/ Thank you to Ms McLoughlin for the photos.
Photos of 'virtual' lessons delivered by Jean Downes during Covid-19 Lockdown
Individual and group photos of Y6 pupils in March 2020