Thank you for your support!
A big thank you to all who donated cakes and attended the coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. The year 6 children made fantastic hosts and so far we have raised £120.43 and we are hoping to add to this when the cakes go on sale again after school today.
What an excellent way to kick off our sporting season. After a slow start, the team really pulled together and we saw some brilliant play. I am very proud of every child who attended, along with how they demonstrated our school values. After each match, the children thanked the umpires and shook the hands of the other players, demonstrating true sportsmanship. Our first game was a learning curve, we drew 0-0 with Seaton, that was just a warm-up! Our second game was against All Saints, although All Saints had won their first match, the team were not deterred and had some fantastic fighting spirit, with the quote being “They may have won 3-0, we’re going to win 8-0 now.” This really rallied the team together and focused them. It was goal for goal, with 3 minutes remaining, the team expertly got the ball to Molly, who scored the final and winning goal. Thank you again goes to the parents for helping with transportation and congratulations to all of the children. I look forward to seeing where this tournament takes us.
Class 4 put on a stunning exhibition for the school on Thursday morning. Every child took a different team from the World Cup and researched the country. It was a bright and colourful scene with flags, costume, music, dance and delicious food from all around the globe. Everyone was so impressed with the effort and quality of the presentations. A big thank you to all the parents for supporting the children in their work; it was a fantastic way to finish the school year.
On Wednesday 4th July, the Year 6’s went to the Donkey Sanctuary for this year’s life skills event. The children learnt a range of important skills such as: life-saving and resuscitation, keeping safe online, how to keep healthy and fire safety. The children demonstrated an excellent level of knowledge and participated brilliantly in the activities. A good time was had by all!
Sports Day Roundup – By Daisy and Hope
This year was a great sports day. All classes participated in the sprint and hurdle races. For KS2, the fun races were skipping and sack. For KS1, the fun races were sack and dressing up. There was a round robin event which included football dribble, egg and spoon, obstacle course and javelin. All children enjoyed themselves greatly. There were joint winners for the houses and each house received a trophy. In 3rd place was David, 2nd place was George and in 1st place was Patrick and Andrew.
Also there was a delicious cake sale set up by some parents. Overall, the afternoon was a great success.
Tuesday saw the first of 2 rounders tournaments at Axe Valley with the year 5/6 team. They worked extremely hard as a team, encouraging and coaching each other from the sideline. During their first match against St Marys C team, Beer won 11.5 to 4.5. Their second match saw the competition against our partner school All Saints, it was a tough game with both teams working well, there was only 1 rounder round in it, with the final score 5.5 to 4.5. Finally, we faced Seaton, a team the children wanted to beat. They had to work extra hard and remember to hit the final post to make their rounders count. They won 9.5 to 5.5. I am really impressed with the sportsmanship demonstrated, as well as the triumphant rounders scored. Thank you to all the parents who came to support.
In the Autumn Term, we were invited to take part in a competition for ‘Cool Milk’. We had to send in a photo to publicise the milk which we have in school. Although we didn’t quite make the top three, the ‘Cool Milk’ company were so impressed with our ‘excellent’ photo they decided to give an extra prize and we were awarded £50. We have bought a chest with PE equipment to enjoy now the weather is better. Well done Class 1!
|This week, the children have been busy preparing for the Easter Service and they certainly did not disappoint. The BBC (Beer Broadcasting Corporation) had several roving reporters in Jerusalem who were able to guide us through the events leading up to the death and resurrection of Jesus. The children were brilliant! Many helped to act out the story whilst others were news reporters, eye witnesses or readers. All the children sang beautifully; hearing them sing and seeing their enjoyment as they did so was lovely to see. They couldn’t help but bring a smile to the faces of all those who were able to join us in church. Happy Easter!|
|Reception had a great time at the parachute and skipping Festival on Wednesday morning at Axe Valley Academy. They were in small groups and supported by Axe Valley students to use a parachute in different ways such as keeping a ball on top, creating a ‘huddle’ to get everyone underneath and various skipping activities. The children all behaved very well throughout. Thank you very much to Florence’s and Johnny’s mum who came along to help.|