On completing my weekly check this morning, I was so impressed to see lots of movement with the Rockstars scores. In particular, the leaderboard welcomes some new children to it; a massive well done to Sheneli, Laura and Daivik.

I can see that Year 1, 4 and 5 have made the most improvement, helped, of course, by having the highest daily active minutes, keep up the great work everyone.

I would also like to congratulate our Key Stage 1 children, who have been having a go whilst at home. Yritha and Albie becoming Rock Legends is amazing, closely followed by Darius, Beth and Otto in the Rockstars category and Sienna in the Supporting group. This is so brilliant.

So many of you have been working extremely hard on your times tables skills and have steadily moved your way up through the categories, the aim now is to to keep yourself as high as you can. Well done to all of the children who have been using TTRockstars as part of their daily or weekly routine, this will really help you to quickly get back into your maths lessons when you return.



Good morning and welcome to this week's assembly.  With the amount of rain we have had over the past couple of days, my story this week 'The Rhythm of the Rain' by Graham Baker-Smith is rather appropriate.  Click on the link below.  Have a lovely week.



Good morning everyone!

I hope you enjoyed last week's assembly story.  Did you work out why the story and the nursery rhyme were different?  Well, in the nursery rhyme, all the kings horses and all the kings men, couldn't put Humpty together again but in the story, they did mange to do it.  Well done if you noticed this.  This week my story is all about imaginary friends.  I hope you enjoy it.



 Good morring everyone.  I thought I would start the week with an assembly.  A very strange assembly but an assembly none the less.  As you all know I love to read and enjoy picture books even though I am no longer a child.  I think picture books are for any age.  My story today is called After the Fall and you can watch and listen to the story if you click on the link below.



Well done to all the children who have continued to work on their rapid recall of their times tables. I have noticed some significant improvements in your scores. Remember, if you want your hard work to be recognised on the display, you need to work in the 'studio'. It takes an average of 10 games played and then adds your score and place to the list.

To see where you are placed click to see more