Today Rabbits took part in their first Taekwondo sessions. Thanks to Max and Chris from Premiere Education for taking the session. The children learnt 5 important moves: ready, fight, punch, punch and step and kick.
Over the next couple of weeks a group of children from Year 1 and Year 2 will be taking part in Scootability training. During the four sessions the children will learn how to be safe when using a scooter and improve their balance allowing them to scoot more confidently.
Infant FestIval Medalists
On Thursday 11th January all of Year One took part in the High Peak School Sports Infant Festival. The children had a fantastic time taking part in lots of different activities. All the children joined in very well but some really shone and were awarded with medals to congratulate them. Well done children.
Whole School Christmas Craft Activity Day
We really enjoyed seeing the older children care and support the younger pupils during our very busy craft day. The atmosphere was festive and fun, there was glitter everywhere and we’ve had lots of positive feedback from parents. Look out around the school for some of the children’s fantastic artwork.
Year 2 Cross Country
On the 2nd November all of the.Year 2 children took part in a cross country event along with children from Buxton Infant School. Despite the weather the children were very enthusiastic. They took part in three different running events including a 300m race. I was very impressed with the children’s efforts and particularly proud of Isaac, Oscar and Layla who won their races. Well done Year 2.
On Thursday 11th October 2018 a group of 15 children were taken down to the Pavilion Gardens to take part in Map Quest. The children behaved beautifully and I was very proud of their effort and enthusiasm.
On the day the children had to compete to see who could use the map to find the hidden makers around the park. The children worked in 3's to complete the challenge. Although we didn't win this time, the children had a fantastic time and worked collaboratively in their teams.
Well done children and a big thank you to all those parents that helped us.