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Children In Need 2018

We’d like to say a massive well done and thank you to all the children, parents and staff for their amazing efforts today. We raised an amazing total of £840.59!!! 
There were some amazing entries for our cake competition, which was won jointly by Poppy with a giant Pudsey cake and Evie with some Pudsey cupcakes.

Many thanks to Miss Parish for hosting a coffee morning and for everyone who attended and of course for all the cakes donated.
Well done to all classes for filling their Pudsey’s with pennies. The most were collected by 6P, who filled an amazing 30 - and used them in their maths too.

Final thanks go to our lovely ladies in the office, who had the task of counting all those pennies!,
A great effort by all!! 


Thank you 

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The staff tried their best but due to the needs of the children and the support needed on activities they may not have got a shot of every child. It was not a deliberate oversight.

The children and staff have been really busy all week, working on a special art project. They are bonding as a class and making new friends whilst creating beautiful art work to be displayed around our school next year. We really hope this new project has made the children feel confident and excited about the year ahead.

Our fantastic children have been involved in making a brilliant film about what helps them at school. They have worked with BBC Voices and Claire & Wayne from the Local Offer Filmakers and Film Stars. Take a look here

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Sheringham Town Council (with the support of the Governors of our school) has kindly given each child in school a special commemorative mug in celebration of the Queen's 90th Birthday. Councillor Gooch, Mayor of Sheringham, along with Mrs Fields - Chair of Governors - presented them to the children in a special assembly today.

Choir Performing on Saturday for the Queen's 90th Birthday celebrations

Science Day 2016

On Wednesday, we had our school Science Day. We all visited a mobile planetarium to see the stars and visit the moon. A great day of space travel was had by all.
Sports Relief
On Friday Mr Cooper rode 244 miles for Sports Relief !!
Well done to him for this fantastic achievement.
The children took turns to support him and had a go at racing bikes themselves. If you wish to make a voluntary donation to support this wonderful achievement, please send it into the school office.
Thank you for your support.

Ukulele Club In action

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Ukulele Club In Action

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Elen Caldecott Author Visit

Pyjama Fundraising Day 2016

Sienna plays the piano in assembly after passing her next piano exam

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NSPCC Assembly

Today Year 5 and 6 were visited by the NSPCC to talk about how they can keep safe. They were great listeners and showed superb ideas in discussing how to keep themselves safe, including on line.

Next week, the NSPCC will return to lead some workshops for the children in their classes.

We all came together this morning for a traditional 9 Lessons and Carols service, led by the year 6 children. Our choir sang and our handbells group played. There was a really warm and caring atmosphere, coming together to celebrate both Christmas and our school's achievements this term. A beautiful end to the term.
Merry Christmas to you all and a very happy new year.
Mrs Brady and Mrs Carter


Sheringham High School Band

Here are three of our stars, who are all members of the Sheringham High School Band. Well done to all of them for their hard work and dedication.

Sheringham High School Band came to visit us today. We all joined in for a Christmas sing a long. They were joined by our band members. Also, a few familiar faces returned !

What a lovely Christmas treat. Thank you to all of them and Mrs Bussey for performing for us.

Sheringham High School Christmas Band 2015

Christmas Dinner 2015

Almost 600 of our children enjoyed a Christmas dinner today.  There was a lovely atmosphere with all staff members rolling up their sleeves to help.  It was especially nice to see our Year 6 children help to set the tables, clear up and also help our youngest children with their food. Well done everyone- great team work.

Children In Need 2015

Today we have managed to raise a fantastic £611 for Children In Need!! As you can see, the children have had great fun and have been keeping their bears entertained all day!! A huge thank you for all the cakes and £1 donations, the money we raised is already on it's way to help vulnerable children and young people.

Have a great weekend!

Remembrance Day 2015

Some of our children getting their Be Safe Be Seen stickers from Emma and Dick from North Norfolk Radio and Helen Read, from Hilltop Outdoor Centre

Thank you for supporting our fundraising Art Exhibition, it was really well attended. All artwork will be kept at school from Monday 2ndNovember to Friday 6th November for viewing and purchasing, if you were unable to attend the exhibition. Remember £1.50 from every piece of artwork sold goes towards our school climbing frame fund.

Czech Visit

Today we said goodbye to our Czech visitors. We have all had a fantastic time, learning from each other. We look forward to continuing our partnership in the future.

Harvest Festival

It was wonderful to share in our traditional Harvest Festival celebration today and to welcome the Nursery and Reception children too.  All of the children took part, singing songs, sharing poems and story maps.  Thank you for all of your contributions of food, the Year 6 children have loaded it all on to our minibus and will be accompanying staff tomorrow to deliver it to Age Concern, Sheringham.

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Year 2 Grandparents Tea Party

Thank you to all our wonderful grandparents who helped us learn about holidays in the past. We hope you had a great time and we look forward to seeing you again soon.
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