This week we have had many visitors from our local area coming to visit our school, for example, on Tuesday, a member from the government came to our school, to speak about the houses of parliament (House of Commons and House of Lords).
A few of our best swimmers from King Eds were selected to go to a swimming gala, which took place at Rebecca Adlington Swimming Centre and came third, in which is an excellent achievement.
On Wednesday, we had Liz Thomas (from St Peter and Paul church) who came to speak to us about friendship.
As most parents may already know, this week teachers have been busy with parents evening appointments, to share the impressive work that the children have been producing in class.
Last but not least, Year 6 have finished their mock SATs tests and the staff members are really pleased with how they got on.
We are looking forward to half term break. Please make sure to stay safe!
Head Boy and Head Girl
We have had a busy week in school with a lot of activities happening...
We celebrated Safer Internet Day on Tuesday and had a special assembly delivered by Mrs Green which made us more aware of how best to stay safe on the internet.
On Tuesday, we also had visitors in school from the Air Ambulance service. We found out more about what the Air Ambulance Service does, which was incredibly interesting. We really appreciate what the staff who work for them do on a daily basis!
On Thursday and Friday we had balance bikes in the hall! It was a fantastic opportunity for F2 children to learn how to ride a bike safely and to have a fantastic time to, of course.
In year 6 we had practiced SATs tests to help us to be better prepared for the real SAT test's in the Summer. Tests are always stressful moments but we won't give up and we will do our best! We all are thankful to teachers and TAs who have spent time with us.
We have a lot of fun in our school and understand that a lot hard work goes in to learn and achieve well.