Year 1

Year 1 Victorian Day

Year 1 have had so much fun today being Victorians! They even got to meet the Queen!

 Asking questions to the Queen

Asking questions to the Queen

 Stand up to talk, and don't forget to bow! 


The children show off their artwork to Queen Victoria. She thought it was very good, and requested for it to be hung up in her palace. 


Finally, the children sing a lovely song to their special guest; twinkle twinkle little star.

Teamwork Year 6 & Year 1

A group of our year 6 pupils volunteered to help and support 1GH with their Mathletics tasks on Wednesday afternoon. It is clear to see 1GH enjoyed having a buddy to support and guide them during the lesson. Year 6 were truly amazing, giving lots of encouragement, praise and a round of applause for awards achieved. Bonnie could not hide her excitement as she earned her first bronze award and Lacey is very close to achieving hers too. 

The challenge is ready to go.

The sponsor time table challenge is all ready for tomorrow.

It has been great to see so many of you working hard in preparation; with smiles on your faces.

Good luck to you all and a big thank you for all the sponsors so far. Your generosity is very much appreciated and will be added to the Event and Banking team's target for enriching spaces around school.

Volleyball club

The second volleyball club is underway. A mixture of Year 1s and 2s have been showing some amazing throwing and catching skills over the last 3 weeks. Following a number of ball skills games, we have been practising using the underhand pass or 'dig', and this week introduced the overhead 'set' pass. We also brought in the net to provide a more challenging obstacle to our passing. This week the net won, but next week, we'll be even more amazing.... 


Volleyball club

Volleyball club started this week, with 16 eager infants all working hard to improve their ball skills, and hand-eye coordination. We have attempted a number of activities aimed at improving throwing and catching skills, individually and in pairs. 

We also tried our hand at the underhand pass or 'dig' , using linked hands.