Please see the link below for the Mums in school flyer!
Priory School Parents’ Evenings will be held on:
Wednesday 3rd February 2016
Thursday 4th February 2016
Keep these dates free in your diary!
On Wednesday 18th November Year 3 visited Burnham Park to consolidate our learning about Nature, linked to our focus book The Tunnel which is centred on a forest. The weather was kind to us and the children had the opportunity to take part in, tree rubbings and sketches, making a display of objects of nature and creating a natural sculpture. The children were all very well behaved and represented Priory School proudly in their new Hi Vis Jackets!
Find out more about Anti Bully Week and activities in the attached PDF.
Please see document attached to this post:
Sports week will be coming later in the summer. More details to be announced in the new term!
Priory Friends are running the Autumn colouring competition. Prizes will be tickets for Go Jump 😃. There will be 3 groups:
Group 1: Reception and Year 1
Group 2: Years 2, 3 and 4
Group 3: Years 5 and 6.
There will be 1 prize for each age category. Copies of the entry templates are available below. The competition closes 30th November. Good luck!
National Cup football report. November 5th 2015
On the Thursday 5th November, we had been invited to a football tournament at Marish School. There were 10 of us altogether. That morning we got changed into our kit except our boots, got onto the mini-bus and Mr Molland then drove us to our destination. The journey took about 20 minutes and when we arrived, we put on our boots and started to warm up.
We found out our first game was against Cippenham Primary. It was raining. We should have scored a goal but the referee disallowed it. We then learnt about respecting the referee, so it was 0-0. Our next game was against Willow. We absolutely thrashed them with a record braking 4-0! Our last game was against Holy Family and we drew 1-1. Marcus injured his ankle for the draw.
TJ was good at using his pace and helped us get to the semi-finals. He scored the most goals that totalled 5! We made it to the quarter-finals and won 3-1 against Western House. One of our targets for the team was to get to the semi-finals which we did, but unfortunately we lost 4-0. James was good with his skills, I was good at travelling with the ball, Marcus and Joe had an excellent partnership together on the pitch, even though Marcus had twisted his ankle. Reilly was confident at heading the ball, Nathan was brilliant at goalkeeping, Tyler was a fantastic striker and even though Jamie and Jodi are in year 5 they had a lot of strength.
By Marcus, TJ and Umair