Whole School News 2023/2024
Clubs Commenced 20th February 2024
Week Commencing 5th February 2024
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KS2 Christmas Songs - December 2023
|Christmas Star performed by KS2 - December 2023
|Feliz Navidad performed by KS2 - December 2023
Week Commencing 4th December 2023
Week Commencing 27th November 2023
Week Commencing 20th November 2023
|We held a mufti day and cake sale in aid of St Margarets Hospice on Friday 20th October. We managed to raise a whopping £426.65!
Week Commencing 13th November 2023
Week Commencing 6th November 2023
On Friday 3rd November we really enjoyed opening up the doors and welcoming parents in to school to share the half term pick and mix homework.
The winners with their prizes for the Art Competition ‘The Story of Yeovil’
Week Commencing 31st October 2023
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Whole School News 2022/2023
Monday 26th June 2023 - Gardening Club
We have been having a great time in gardening club. We have been weeding and clearing as well as smelling the different types of mint and we also made lavender posies.
Wednesday 3rd May 2023 - County Cross Country
Congratulations to Bethany who came 10th in the County Cross Country Race at Mudford Rec, Yeovil.
Thursday 20th April 2023 - Primary Festival of Dance, Octagon Theatre, Yeovil
Thursday 9th March 2023 - R.E
This week we had a whole school R.E afternoon focused on the question: 'Who and what inspires me?'
Each class focused on an inspirational person including David Attenborough and Mother Teresa.
Monday 6th March 2023 - Art Club
Today in Art club we did some pointillism work. We worked carefully and built up our images using tiny dots. We made some terrific art work.
Friday 3rd March 2023 - World Book Day
We have really enjoyed World Book Day. We had an assembly where Mr Rodd read out our school story. We have all been authors and it was good fun to hear how the story developed as it travelled through the classes.
Well done to all the children who decorated a spoon, there were some very creative ideas. The school council chose a winner from each class and they can be seen in the photo.
Monday 27th February 2023 - Clubs
Today we started the next round of our after school clubs. Children have taken part in cross country, art club, story club, choir, science club and puzzle club. The photos show what a good time all the children were having. Watch out for dance club photos on Thursday!
Wednesday 22nd February 2023 - World Thinking Day/Founders Day 2023
Today we all came to school wearing our uniforms for Rainbows, Brownies, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. We wore them today to celebrate ‘World Thinking Day’. This happens on 22nd February and marks the birthdays of Lord and Lady Baden Powell. This year the theme for Thinking Day is ‘Our world, Our peaceful future’.
We enjoyed sharing information about our groups.
24th January 2023 - International Day of Education
Further to her visit to Dijbouti, Amy Joynes (Somerset County Council's Head of School Improvement) and Jordan Wylie MBE (Ambassador to the charity Frontline Children) held a special assembly alongside Evie Potts-Jones (Mayor of Yeovil) to share her journey.
Amy shared pictures of the children in Dijbouti recieving their letters and pictures that we sent them and also presented us with a slideshow.
Mrs Nathan arranged a non-uniform day for the whole school to celebrate the International Day of Education where children were asked to dress in the colours of the Dijbouti flag. We managed to raise a whopping £133.66 for Frontline Children.
Mrs Nathan led an assembly about Amy Joynes (Somerset County Council's Head of School Improvement) , going to Africa to help support a brand new school that has been built in Djibouti.
The children all wrote a letter or drew a picture for Amy to take with her on her visit. She is going to come back to Primrose to share her journey and pictures of the children in Djibouti receiving their letters and pictures. We very much look forward to welcoming Amy back at Primrose to share her experiences.
Today we all took part in a 2-minute silence to mark Remembrance Day. The children all gathered in the lane and after the silence they took part in singing the song In Flanders Fields.