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Class 1

Panto Day in Robins!

We started out new topic in Robins with a fantastic pantomime day in out own classroom!

The children were asked to come dressed as their favourite traditional tale or fairy tale character and boy did they not disappoint! We had several princesses, pirates and even three wolves to chase down Little Red Riding Hood!

This children were able to watch two pantomimes; Jack and the Beanstalk and then Alice in Wonderland and they thoroughly enjoyed themselves, getting involved in the pantomimes and even booing the bad guy!


Class 3


In the second half of the Spring term, we studied life in 1066. We spent time looking at the events which led up to the Battle of Hastings, wrote poetry to describe life on the battlefield and read 'I was there 1066' by Jim Eldridge. The children were truly enthralled by the topic and many interviewed their parents about what they could remember about 1066.


Sports teams and clubs

The Golden Mile

What an end to our mini topic on the Olympics.

Miss Jackson introduced us to our Play Leaders in a special assembly. The children then spent the day in training so that they can 'run' the Golden Mile each lunchtime. A track will be set out, the lap measured and children will log the distance they run each time. Certificates are awarded from 10 miles and the ultimate challenge is to log 150 miles in an academic year. Lots of our budding Olympians have already set themselves this challenge!


School Council

Young Leaders Award Morning

Well done to our Young Leaders! Today they completed their awards and received their certificates during our Young Leaders Coffee Morning. It was lovely to see so many parents and family members at the event and we were very honoured to have Rozy Brian, a representative of the Youth Trust, to come and present the certificates.


Class 2


Class 4


Appleton Roebuck Arts

Wind in the Willows

Tickets are now on sale for our summer production of Wind in the Willows. Priced at £3 each, available for the 6pm performance on Monday 17th July and the 2pm and 6pm performances on Tuesday 18th July. Weather permitting, this will be an outdoor production - picnic blankets optional!