Early morning big breakfasts went down well. Suited and booted the day began: train rides, chapel visits, hide and seek in forest hideouts, steep climbs, lunch in quarries, den building, contemplating views and wading through crunchy leaves; all in the autumn sunshine. .
Blue skies and sunshine, grins and excitement, wellies and waterproofs; no uniforms for some! Forests and hills, maps and markers, streams and crayfish; more fun to come. Sunsets and night walks, postcards home, yummy food for dinner; late night chats were fun!
This year's theme for National Anti-Bullying Week is 'Choose Respect' and we have thought more about what this means by studying the wonderful picture book 'Do Unto Otters'. In the book, Rabbit is reminded that the way he treats others influences the way they will treat him and we have thought very carefully about [...]
Well done to all at Abbey Road! As a result of your generous donations, we have raised £870 so far and are hoping to reach four figures with our cake sale after school!
To mark the centenary of the end of World War I, we have devoted time to learning more about the people from West Bridgford who lost their lives during this conflict. All children in school have made a poppy in memory of the fallen and 'planted' them outside on what has become our hill of [...]
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Many thanks for the harvest contributions you so generously donated. They formed a lovely centrepiece for our special assembly where the children were reminded of the importance of sharing what we have. Volunteers from the Friary Drop-in Centre on Musters Road will be collecting the many bags we filled to support the work they [...]
Our EYFS and KS1 Sports Day was a wonderful display of community, teamwork, sportsmanship and skill... and plenty of fun as well! Thanks to Mrs Marshall and the staff team for organising, thanks to Year 6 for running all of the activities and encouraging our younger children, and thanks to parents and carers for [...]