Is your child due to start school in September 2021? Visit our Parents tab for more information. | We have places available in school! Please contact us for more details.

Thursday 4th March

World Book Day is a celebration of stories. The day is marked in over 100 countries across the world. This year, I am delighted to announce, that the Arts charity Settle Stories has offered schools the opportunity to access a free online storytelling performance, which we will be streaming, to help our children have the best World Book Day ever with professional storyteller Alia Alzougbi. However, they are aware that many of you are learning from home and therefore have extended this offer to YOU! Hoorah!!! You do need to book your place, using the link below. 


Arabic storyteller Alia will welcome our children to Ancient Arabia. Step into the story and be delighted for a mischievous hour as she recounts some of the lesser-known stories from the timeless collection of the Arabian Nights.


This will begin at 1.30 and finish at  2.15pm. I am aware that this will overlap with our Teams lesson but it is optional for that day. I am sure everyone will enjoy the performance.  Thank you

Follow this link to book your place for The Arabian Night story.

You have been set a challenge by Mrs Millane and Mrs Kadar to write a blurb for a book you are reading or that you like.


You will need the worksheet for today’s lesson which will be looking at measures and equivalents. We will work through this in sections.


Today you are going to be preparing for your retelling of the story of Heracles. For this we would like you to carefully cut out the puppet of Heracles to aid you with your story telling. You may wish to make so notes to help you with your retelling.