Month: April 2020
3 Little piggies didn’t go to market but opted for DIY
These little piggies didn’t go to market but opted to do DIY with mixed results. Reception children #shiplakeprimaryschool have been learning all about them. Look at these beautiful creations – like the 3 piggies they learnt that hard work sometimes pays off, leaving more time for play.🙄We’ve included a link to a #cbeebies ballet you […]Read More
Children at Shiplake CE Primary walked from Land’s End to John O’ Groats this week! As you do.
Children #shiplakeprimaryschool smashed the Land’s End to John O’ Groats walk/run. Thank-you to The Children’s Challenge for all their hard work. Full details can be found here: http://www.thechildrenschallenge.com The next walk begins on May 4th with a gentle stroll – London to Cairo this time.🤣Read More
The Values Award is ON and happening every Thursday.
It’s asking a lot right now, but we are 100% sure you can step up and put those school values into action. Replicating our weekly celebration in school we’re asking you to nominate your child by emailing their class teacher – it could be baking for key workers, or showing compassion to a sibling ( […]Read More
Morrison or Anderson ? Decide by looking at Year 6’s work on WW2.
Year 6 have been studying the Second World War – making posters along with models of Anderson and Morrison shelters as part of their home learning. The results speak for themselves.Read More