Donations for story sacks – all parents!

Dear Parents,

We have decided not to send out any further story sacks this term but will resume as normal after Easter. The sacks need sorting and re-stocking as many items have gone missing or are damaged.

We are therefore asking for donations of any items you may have at home that would be suitable for the sacks to help replenish them. Such items may be – teddies/cuddly animals, jigsaws (complete), lotto games, snap games, farm vehicles (or other toy cars/vehicles etc), story books/non fiction books.

If you have anything you feel may be suitable and you no longer want or need it then we may find a use! Get sorting!

Many Thanks

Homework 16.03.12

  1. We are doing more work about 3d shapes at the moment. Please decorate the net you have chosen to create an Easter decoration for our RE display.
  2. Look around the house to spot different 3d shapes. Can you describe the shapes to an adult? Use vocabulary faces, vertices, edges, symmetrical, parallel.   
  3. Keep looking at the clock to see what time it is. Try to find a digital and an analogue clock to use.


Well done to all the children who took part in the School Games Regional Finals which took place on Monday 12th March . A fantastic day  began with circus entertainers and speeches by the Lady Mayoress and the World Cup referee Howard Webb.

The top 4 schools in Sheffield plus the top 2 from Rotherham, Barnsley and Doncaster competed in Olympic style relay running events and field events such as triple jump,long jump and high jump.

The children really gave it their all and finished a creditable 7th out of all the primary schools in South Yorkshire. This was no mean feat given that the majority of our team were made up of children who were 2 or 3 years younger than their opposition!

Throughout the day the children behaved impeccably with big smiles on their faces, which is really what it’s all about!

A big thank you to Mrs Shield who was a great help on the day !



Website details

The website we used for the assembly is

There are so many interesting graphs and maps to explore. We have looked at some in school but I’m sure the children would like to discover more information with you. The Wealth and Health of Nations is particularly interesting around the time of WW1 and WW2. The potato famine in Ireland can be identified on the graph too.You can click on individual countries to see their  details. I hope you enjoy learning from this site as much as I have done.


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