Our girl's football team were in action again after qualifying for the Mid-Wilts finals at Stanley Park in Chippenham.
We were undefeated in all four matches, and have qualified for the Wiltshire County finals! This is fantastic and hugely exciting for all of us.
Father Christmas makes a special trip to our school to reward all our hard-working children. Here we are all receiving a little something to keep us going until Christmas day.
We also had the excitement of our Christmas parties, and had played games, and enjoyed some party food!
In this photo is just some of the cast of our fabulous play 'Merry Christmas Mr Scrooge' which we performed in Christ Church in Worton.
This photos shows our 'A' team and their medals at the Dauntsey's hockey tournament.
Monday 14th November 2016
Today we learnt what it was like to be a child at school in the Victorian times. We had to line up and have our hands inspected for cleanliness before we could enter school. We learnt to write on slates, and recite times tables.
For part of the morning boys and girls completed separate activities. The boys worked outside in the gardens, and the girls made a lavender bag.
As you can see we are all dressed as Victorians, and we even took an authentic Victorian lunch. It was a superb trip and we learnt so much!
On Wednesday 19th of October we entered two teams in the Devizes Football tournament. It was the first time we had enough girls keen to play football, so we could enter a team. They played brilliantly, and were runners-up. This means they progress to county finals in December.
The boys also played some excellent football, finishing very respectably mid-table.
This afternoon we had a very special visit - the Chief Constable of Wiltshire. Eleanor from Hazel Class invited him to our school, and he accepted!
We learnt about keeping safe, and had a great time seeing how the police motorbikes and cars function.