Read more about our recent school trips, visits and special events below.
On 9th October in assembly we presented a cheque for £2600 to a member of staff from the Neo-Natal Unit at MK Hospital. This money was raised through school and Parents’ Association events in 2016 – 2017 and will be used to buy specialised equipment for the Unit.
In connection with their topic on The Jungle, Pre-Reception children enjoyed a day out at Woburn Safari Park, observing the large wild animals through the windows of the coach and then getting close to the small animals on foot and watching the Birds of Prey display.
Class 7 visited the Cecil Higgins Museum, Bedford, as part of their ‘In The Home’ topic. The children learnt about life as a servant in a Victorian household and took part in activities such as: washing and drying clothes; beating rugs and dusting; polishing shoes and cutlery; sewing buttons and laying the dining table correctly. They also compared Victorian household items with modern items and discussed the similarities and differences. Although it was hard work, they all thoroughly enjoyed themselves and realised how lucky we are to have many of today’s modern appliances in our homes!
Pre-Prep Sports Day took place on Tuesday 4th July 2017. Children from 2 ½ to 7 years old competed in their different year groups and enjoyed the fun of a range of races.
Years 1 and 2 competed for their Houses and the winning House was Ravenstone.
Prep Sports Day took place on Friday 30th June 2017.
In June 2017 we welcomed our Pre-Prep children’s grandparents into school to spend time in the classroom with their grandchildren. They enjoyed a very varied day of activities and lessons.
The under 11A girls’ Rounders team has enjoyed a very successful term, powering their way to victory against some stiff opposition.
In June 2017 the whole school was photographed, on the school playing field. Everyone made their way to the raked stand on a luckily fine and sunny day.
At the end of the spring term our Pre-Preparatory Department children celebrated Easter with an Easter Basket Parade and sang Easter songs in front of their parents.
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At the end of March, 50 cows, all individually decorated by different companies, were on display in The Middleton Hall, Central Milton Keynes.
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