Great start to half term, winning the Donkey Derby football tournament! More medals and another trophy! #teampriory
Thank you to all Year 6 parents who attended the Little Canada information evening last night. As promised, please find the presentation below:
Exciting week for Reception who got to see their chicks hatching! See the video below:
Please complete this link to feedback to SBC your view with regard to Burnham Lane and Station Road changes – effect on journey times, safety, congestion etc……please feedback before 23rd May thank you……..http://www.slough.gov.uk/parking-travel-and-roads/burnham-station-traffic-scheme.aspx
Blue Peter is giving YOU the chance to have your imaginary dream turned into an animation!. Children between the ages of 6-12 are invited to create and write about a dream world from their imagination. The competition entry deadline is the 23rd May. To enter, your child will need to complete the entry form with ideas about their dream. Click here to download the form or pick one up from reception.
The winner will have their dream turned into an animation and show it to Steven Speilberg. They will also get to attend the premier of The BFG and will receive a Blue Peter badge.
For further details visit their website:
Priory School is a GOOD school – read our latest Ofsted report here.
On Tuesday 24th of May, the Athletics team went to a competition held at Langley Grammar School. We arrived at 12:15 and were told our groups: girls 2 and boys 2. First, the girls started with howler throw and then moved onto the very tiring 600m long distance run. We had to remember that it was our personal best and we had to try our hardest. Afterwards the girls went onto standing long jump and finally the 75m sprint. The boys started with the standing long jump and then went onto sprints. Next was the howler throw and finally the long distance run.
We all tried our best and didn’t mind whether or not we won. Mr. Molland wanted us to enjoy the competition and be the best we can be.
The boys and girls points were added together to create the overall score. We only received the boys’ score as the girls’ score wasn’t recorded properly. Out of 18 schools Priory came 10th in the competition which was a fantastic achievement for us. We would like to thank the school for this amazing opportunity.
By Simran 6P
Thoroughly enjoyed being inspired by talk from Olympic gold medal winner David Hemery CBE about the power sport has on young people. @sloughssn
On Wednesday 4th May, the year 4 Tennis team went to Salt Hill Park for a tennis tournament. We all met at the Gym at 11:30 and we were split into two groups to go on the Priory School Mini-bus. On the way to salt hill park, we all remembered the important things we had learned throughout the training sessions.
We had been taught many things such as: serving, throwing the ball over-arm and under-arm and rallying. As soon as we arrived at our destination, there were schools such as, Iqra, Lynch Hill and Godolphin. While we were there, Mr Molland split us into 3 groups which we were going to play against the other schools
A few hours later, the tennis tournament finished. We all had a great time, and we all enjoyed it. All the adults told us how great we were. Then they announced that unluckily, we came 5th place but we all tried our best, and that’s what made everyone happy.
Soon we came back to school and got picked up, ready to leave.
We all thank the adults for teaching us and taking us, and giving us an opportunity to represent Priory School.
By, Roseleen and Eloise.
Next @yourschoolgames event with @sloughssn will be Quadkids on May 24th. Training has begun…..Go Team Priory!