Hazel class really enjoyed sports day today.
There were lots of different activities for us to complete.
Thank you to the year 10s for all your help.
Hazel class had lots of fun!
Even the staff enjoyed joining in!
Today was Year 11’s last ever sports day at Croft as they are all leaving on Friday! The sportsmanship, attitudes and enthusiasm of all Year 11 students was fantastic and we’re so glad they could spend the day together, laughing and having a good time. We played Capture the Flag, Dodgeball, Quick Cricket, Different Racing Games and finished off the day with a good old fashioned game of Rounders. Well done 11V and 11M!
8H have been learning about French vocabulary related to clothes this half term and last week we went outside to learn the names of types of clothes and the colours of these clothes. Pupils drew round each other and then had to draw and colour the clothes from the list they were given. Pupils then had to record the list of clothes in their books and next week we will be learning some adjectives to describe clothes. Well done 8H!
The PTA have set up this school lottery which has already raised over £300 for the school funds so please join in for a chance to win £25 a week and the grand prize of £25000
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As part of the Primary transition we will be having a local author(Jo Cook) come into school who is going to be doing some reading sessions with our younger children. I promised that I would post a link to her latest book which is a cracking read.
We are also trying to organise Primary and Secondary Sports Days for next week – Primary 23rd and Secondary 22nd June, this all depends upon whether we can get the grass cut in time. If we can achieve this we will send another text and if it goes ahead could Primary parents send in PE kit and for Secondary parents can you ask your child to come into school in the PE kits.
We are also looking at holding a rewards Fayre for all pupils on the 13th or 14th July.
End of term reports will be sent out in the post shortly.
Hazel class were super excited this morning to see if their bean plants had grown any more over the weekend.
We have lovely green leaves and some buds starting to blossom.
Hazel pupils are amazed at how tall their plants now are.
We will update you when we have some beans!