Our year 6 class had a great day out in London visiting the opulent State Rooms at Buckingham Palace as well as learning more about democracy and meeting our local MP at the Houses of Parliament. The train journey was also very exciting.
Our annual Harvest Service took place at Christ Church in Fenton. All food donated was given to the local Food Bank to help those less fortunate than ourselves.
Our head boy and two prefects attended the Local Authority Local Democracy event in October. They thoroughly enjoyed their visit and were excellent ambassadors for the school.
Some of our Year 1 and Year 2 children enjoyed an afternoon of fun exercise as part of the Change for Life programme.
As part of the Adopt a Chef programme our year 4 class visited Staffordshire University. They were able to see the professional kitchen, sample a delicious lunch and visit the university site. It definitely made the children think positively about going to university in the future.
Our year 1 children really enjoyed the Fitzy Festival.
Our nursery and reception class were very lucky in choosing a day which didn’t have torrential rain. They had a great time sharing their sport’s skills with their friends and family.
Our Year 6 got fully involved with the General Election by holding their own vote.
Some of our key stage 2 children took part in a Hockey festival. This is the first time our children have played hockey competitively and they were a credit to our school and their Hockey coach, Miss Bailey.
Our school choir performed a short concert for the residents of The Limes Residential Home in Fenton. This is the second time our children have shared their musical expertise. The concert was enjoyed by all.
Our year 5 children enjoyed their day in space at Leicester Space Centre.
Our year 4 children went back in time to WWII. They experienced life as an evacuee at Churnet Valley Railway.