We won! A huge thank you to all our school community who have helped collect the ASDA tokens this past month! We just received an email this morning to say that it was very very close, but our school just managed to win the first prize for the community awards! We really appreciate the support… Read more »
We take great pride in the positive feedback that we receive from parents about the effective partnership we offer with regular updates about news and events that take place in our school community. This includes parental opportunities to link with their child's Class Facebook pages as well as the opportunity to see what their children achieve on a day to day basis using social media such as Tapestry and Seesaw accounts. (Secure methods to see photos and videos of learning experiences). We also have a school Twitter account and the weekly newsletter.
Perfect presentation progress provides pupils with pens! Last week’s Forest school basked under the sunshine while they gardened, cooked 3 course meals on the fire, and crafted clocks measuring with protractors (yes really!) to get the right number of degrees between the notches!
Oracy training talks about talk … ooh and listening too! This week we welcomed Luke Arend in to Thursday’s Forest School to start working in the garden outdoor area with pupils from Y6. Luke will be coming in to work with us in the future on our Forest School garden area. He has lots of… Read more »
Trips and more trips with lots of learning too! This week our Y1/2 pupils have enjoyed a learning expedition to the Discovery museum where they heard all about transport through the ages and explored and investigated the five floors of interesting scientific objects! They had a wonderful time and were full of their news when… Read more »
Welcome back to CVPS! Our classes launched their new topic ‘Can we beat the greatest invention?’ this week with some amazing experiences. Our Reception class visited the Discovery Museum on Tuesday and were able to explore and investigate. They enjoyed a sound workshop as well as some creativity of their own in the workshop space…. Read more »
Journeys into new classes kick off our journey transition theme. Welcome to our new school councillors! Allison Morton our school council leader has already got the new school council members on board with all classes from Y1 voting new representatives into post. The school council has been very active this year and they take lots… Read more »
A successful Sports Day 2019! We had booked dry weather so were pleased at the turnout for sports day this week. Our children skipped, hurled, threw, jumped, ran, raced and cheered as both children, families and staff took part in a very active day. We were amazed that we clocked up around 18000 steps each… Read more »
A week of visits and visitors! One of the highlights this week was Charlotte’s guide dog Berry who was the focus of our assembly on Thursday. Berry was a fantastic example to the children, showing a gentle, and kind nature – and Charlotte was able to explain about all the benefits of having a guide… Read more »
Well done to our fabulous phonic champions! This week pupils in Y1 and some of Y2 have been doing their phonic screener checks with our KS1 leader Lisa. They have all done exceptionally well and shown significant progress across the year with phonics. Phonic knowledge is only part of reading – and once children achieve… Read more »
Tag rugby success at the end of a busy half term! We were delighted not only with the competitive outcomes of the two groups that represented CVPS this week at the Tag Rugby competitions, but also with the excellent sportsmanship demonstrated by the children. Year 5/6 showed a huge passion for the sport, achieving 3rd… Read more »