We’ve finally reached the end of term and all the lovely learning has finished for another year. Goodbye and good luck to all the Year 6 leavers moving up to secondary school in September. Have a super summer break and see you back on Monday 4th September 2017.
Congratulations to our athletics team who participated in the Bath University tournament and qualified for the County finals at Marlborough on 5th July. A fantastic performance by the 5 girls and 5 boys. Well done!
Don’t forget the school will be closed for two TD Days on Friday 16th June and Monday 19th June 2017. Open as usual from Tuesday 20th June 2017.
Our Greek Gods themed sports day was fantastic! It was great to see so many visitors and such excellent sportsmanship. Well done to Apollo, the winners!! Take a look at the photos in our Gallery.
Don’t forget it’s Polling Day today so the school will be closed to children. They will be provided with some school work to complete at home that day.
Welcome back to Term 6, the last term of the school year! Lots of lovely learning is already underway with school trips, sports days, assemblies and performances to come!
Congratulations to all our ‘May Milers’ who clocked up the miles at Sheldon on Sunday 14th May. We are very proud of you!
We’re all getting excited about the BBC Street Auction taking place on the green outside the school this Saturday. We really need your donations of good quality saleable items and if you are able to help on the day it would be a great help. Information on what is happening on Saturday and how you can get involved please click here. See you there!
It was a very busy day yesterday at Wick Court!
Before breakfast the children went to the dairy farm to milk the cows – they are becoming experts at this now!!!
Breakfast was Wick Court honey, from the bees they had been learning about earlier in the week, and a homemade granola bar.
Bill the storyteller then spent time reading with everyone before a trip to the gift shop to spend all their money!
Lunch was cottage pie and fruit crunch for pudding, which was enjoyed by all.
In the afternoon they weighed the piglets and after all this good eating we thought it was time to weigh the children too!
The rest of the day the children spent time gardening and helped with the shearing of a few sheep!
For dinner it was ‘build your own’ wraps after such a busy day had by all!
The children fuelled up for the day with Wick Court sausages and beans for breakfast before putting on their bee suits for their first activity of bee keeping. After learning all about the work of the bee they got to open a hive and search for the Queen Bee.
Lunch was beef curry and vegetables from the farm followed by bird watching. Everyone was given a book of birds and logged each bird they spotted.
The afternoon was spent making pizzas from scratch for dinner. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed making the bases before using Wick Court farm tomatoes for the sauce and choosing their toppings.
The weather is due to be gorgeous today so we are looking forward to hearing about what they have all been up to in the sun!