LATEST NEWS FROM BARFORD ST PETER'S C of E PRIMARY SCHOOL
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NETBALL COMPETITION :
On Friday 5th July, Mrs Swan-McAdam organised a Netball competition which was held in King George’s Playing Field. It was a beautiful day and the children were all immensely excited. Barford and Coten End got through to the Final. At the end of the game it was one all. The teams played extra time and the result was still one all. Finally, it went to ‘Golden Ball; nobody could watch as it was so intense. After some brilliant play Coten End got the ball and scored. The final result was 2 – 1 to Coten End. It was a simply wonderful competition and we were very proud of our teams. Well done girls!
The children and staff had a wonderful time at PGL. It was a really exciting experience and the staff were very proud of the achievements of all pupils. We want to say a huge thank you to Mrs Stock for organising the trip and to Mrs Gallagher, Mrs Burton and Miss Allsopp for attending and making it such an enjoyable time for all.
YEAR 1 CLASS ASSEMBLY :
On Wednesday 26th June, Year 1 ‘wowed’ parents, staff and pupils with a wonderful assembly retelling the story of Jack and The Beanstalk. The children spoke with confidence and had also rewritten the lyrics to a familiar song from ‘Frozen’ - Let it Grow!
FOREST SCHOOL HOLIDAY CLUB :
Would you be interested in Forest School Holiday Club?
Mondays and Tuesdays of the Summer Holidays on the school field. Time 9am - 3pm (8 – 12years)
Please contact Mrs. Powell for more details on 07876 754597.
Or email email@example.com
SPORTS DAY :
Once again we were very lucky with the weather for sports day. The children demonstrated superb sportsmanship. On the morning the children competed in the track events and the event ended with the parents/grandparents races, which is always a favourite. For the first time ever it was a draw between the Yellow and Blue teams. We would like to say a huge thank you to Mrs Gallagher for organising the event and to all of the staff, Governors, families and FABS for the wonderful support.
YEARS 3 AND 4 ADVENTURE DAY AND SLEEPOVER : Years 3 and 4 had a wonderful time on Friday 14th June. They started the day with a visit to Woodlands Adventure and were involved in a variety of activities including canoeing and archery. They returned to school and prepared for the giant sleepover. After an exhausting but exciting day they had tea, played some games and finished the evening with a DVD. The children’s behaviour was outstanding.
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