Muntjac Visits School
There was a lot of excitement, on the playground, this morning, when a muntjac was discovered on the playing field!
‘Where did it come from? ‘How will it get home?’, were just some of the questions that buzzed around the playground.
Letters to Authors
Class 3 have been busy writing and editing a letter to an author this week. Today they posted their letters and are now waiting patiently to see if they received a reply.
Kids take over the museum
Today, a group of children went to Grantham Museum to put together their final display for the ‘Kids Take Over the Museum’ project. We were the first school to create a finished product. We would love you to visit Grantham Museum to see our work in situ. The exhibition opens on Thursday this week and will run until the end of April.
Visit to Museum of Lincolnshire Life
Children in class 2 had a fascinating time at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life today finding out about transport in the past and conducting investigations about how things move. Whilst at the museum, they also enjoyed finding out what shops and houses used to be like and the children were full of questions.
This evening representatives from our school choir received the T G Read Shield at the Grantham Music Festival Winners Concert. The choir had sung two contrasting songs competing against secondary schools, as well as primary.
We are very proud of the hard work the children put into their vocal performance.
Music Festival Winners
Congratulations to all the children who took part in the Grantham Music Festival, this morning. They sang beautifully and the adjudicator commented on their clear diction and their lovely warm tone.
We later learnt that the had won the T G Reid Shield which was awarded to the highest scoring performance over two classes.
Today some of the children from class 2, attended a Fly the Flag for the Commonwealth Ceremony, where they met the Mayor of Grantham and other dignitaries at the Civic Centre.
Golden Book Achievers
Congratulations to the children in this week’s golden book and to those who were presented certificates in this morning’s assembly.
Today Dudley House School held a maths day. The day started with Class 4’s assembly, all about maths, where they showed us how we use maths everyday for different tasks, taught us easy ways to remember some of the times tables. They also shared a story of how 3 sons shared 17 camels between them. Following the assembly, Key Stage 2 held a times tables quiz.
After play, all the children, from reception to year 6, worked together to answer questions, at a series of stations around the hall.
The children took part in lots of maths activities during our maths day and had lots of fun whilst practising maths skills.