Fearnville Primary School News Update
08/03/2018: Delayed opening at 10am, due to weather conditions and everyone to arrive safely to school
02/03/2018:: School is closed and will re-open on 05/03/2018 due to bad weather conditions
01/03/2018: School is closed today due to bad weather conditions
27/02/2018: School is closed today due to bad weather conditions
We have Ofsted in 10th & 11th January
Tuesday 12th December:
- Year 3 Starfish - One in a Million Workshop
Wednesday 13th December:
- KS1 Navitity - Parents and Carers are welcome to join us at 9am or 2.15pm in the school hall
- Early Years Christmas Parties
- UKS2 Christmas Parties
Thursday 14th December:
- KS2 Christmas Performance - Parents and Carers are welcome to join us at 9am or 2.15pm in the school hall
- KS1 Christmas Parties - Children can come to school in their party clothes
Friday 15th December:
- LKS2 Parties
- Christmas Jumper day - Supporting Save the children Charity
- School is closed for Christmas Holidays and re-opens on Tuesday 2nd January 2018
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Year 1 Monkeys Assembly
The Magic Toymaker
Year 1 celebrated old and new toys and re-told the story of the Magic Paintbrush.
Year 6 Residential trip to Ingleborough Hall on Wednesday 15th November till Friday 17th November
Children in Need - Friday 17th November - Theme is to dress up in stripes or in spotty clothes
Parent Consultation on Tuesday 7th November & Thursday 9th November 2017
Children in Need Friday 17th November 2017
Year 6 Trip to Media Museum
As part of our Space topic this half term, Year 6 visited the Media Museum to attend an exciting workshop about our solar system. During the visit, children were also able to see Tim Peake's Soyuz Capsule, which is currently part of an exhibition at the museum to promote science and space exploration. We also had the opportunity to explore the 'Wonderlab' gallery, which is full of interesting practical activities relating to different areas of science such as light and sound.
Year 4 Dolphins led the KS2 Harvest assembly (and Year 2 Giraffes led the KS1 assembly?). We looked at what harvest means as a Christian celebration of giving thanks for the food we grow. Harvest is also celebrated in different ceremonies around the world. In America it is called Thanksgiving, in Thailand the Fruit Festival and in China it is the Moon Festival.
We would like to thank all of our families for their generous donations of food. This has been passed to The Vine to be distributed among families who have need of it. We appreciate your support.
KS1 Assembly on Wednesday 27th September 2017
KS2 Assembly on Thursday 28th September 2017