Friday, 24 May 2019
Tuesday, 21 May 2019
School Council Meeting: 7/5/19
Voting Day Idea
Last week in school council, we talked about British values, and how people vote. Some of the ideas we had for the school to vote on were:
· Megan and Harry’s baby name
· Favourite lesson
· Which year group should go in first for lunch
· A school council president, where we put posters up for the week and have a vote on who we think should lead.
We narrowed it down and came out with a vote for non-uniform day which as we know, pyjama day won with most votes which will be this Friday.
The School council members who wrote this article,
Reuben (1MF) and Lillie (5KR)
Friday, 17 May 2019
Year 6 have been working tirelessly over the last few weeks revising for their Year 6 SATs. All week the children in Year 6 have been tested on their reading, mathematical and grammar skills. Today as a reward for all their hard work and effort Year 6 had a lovely breakfast and a morning playing at the park.
Well done Year 6!
Miss Staples, Mr Morell, Mrs Blake, Mrs Overton, Mrs Dowdall & Mrs Samuels
Year 6 - Class of 2019
Monday, 13 May 2019
Friday, 10 May 2019
To promote the British Values statements of 'Democracy' and 'The Rule of Law', Suttons Primary School took part in a voting day.
The children were given 3 themes to choose between for our next dress down day which will be on Friday 24th May.
The 3 themes were:
-Rainbow day (wear as many colours as possible)
- Wear your school uniform inside out
- Pyjama Day
The voting took place on Friday 10th May. The children walked into a 'booth' which had a ballot box and ballot paper.
The children thoroughly enjoyed voting for their favourite theme. Results will be announced in Monday's assembly.
A big thank you to Mr Willis for his help during the voting.
Which theme do you think will win?
On Thursday 11th April, Suttons Primary took part in the 'Jump Rope for Heart' day to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. The children and staff dressed in sports clothing and spent some time during the day to practise their skipping skills! As a school we raised £216.86 for the British Heart Foundation. Thank you for all of your donations!
Wednesday, 8 May 2019
In Green Class we have talked about the arrival of the Royal baby.
What will be the name of the baby boy? Will it be Arthur, Spencer, George, Jack or David?
What colour Babygro will the Royal baby wear?
Tuesday, 7 May 2019
For science, we are studying about living things and their habitats.
First we sorted items into their different categories - living, dead and never been alive.
After, we went exploring outside to find our own items.
Do you know which category our items fall into?
Living, then Dead
Never Been Alive .
Taking advantage of the beautiful sunshine, 4JI decided to re-enact a play that they have been reading in Literacy recently, in order to get to know the characters better before they re-write the play from other characters perspectives.
Needless to say, they were extremely enthusiastic and had lots of fun too!
On Thursday, we conducted a soil permeability experiment. In the experiment, we tested the soil permeability of a range of soils including, clay, chalk and sand.