On Friday 5th May, the children at Sudbury Primary School arrived wearing red, white and blue and dressed ready for the Coronation celebrations at our small rural school in Derbyshire.
The children spent the day taking part in a series of art related activities. The children worked in their houses and rotated around the classrooms. During the day, the children made crowns, sketched their own King Charles III portraits and created window decorations and magnets to take home.
Lunch was a Royal tea party, and luckily the weather enabled this to be outside, with sandwiches, pizza and cupcakes enjoyed. The children had learned a special song to celebrate the occasion and FOSS kindly gave each child and member of staff a T-Towel with the children’s portraits to commemorate the day.
JCB APPRENTICESHIP WEEK TREE PLANTING
This week, an ex-pupil of the school (now at JCB) returned to plant a tree and leave a plaque to celebrate National Apprenticeship Week. Some of our pupils helped out during Forest School.
ENGLISH CURRICULUM EVENING
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COMMUNICATION FROM MRS HANNAFORD REGARDING SCARLET FEVER
MATHS CURRICULUM EVENING
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GREEN FLAG ECO AWARD
Congratulations goes to the Eco-Committee who have sucessfully achieved the Green Flag Eco Award. The children have developed their confidence, growth mindset, leadership skills, active citizenship and how to work as a team!
Working collaboratively within the local community helped the project and to imporve our environment. All these efforts show how embedded the values of the Eco Schools Initiatives are within our school. We are very proud of all the amazing work and achieving the Green Flag Award with Distinction!