The children have had a really busy start to this half-term, with a Space Day, World Book Day, and Year 4 have had an Anglo Saxon Day. Several classes had great fun making pancakes on Shrove Tuesday – Well done to the brave teachers and helpers, as pancakes for 30 little people is a mammoth task! The Year 4’s have adopted a chef, and have had weekly sessions learning to make some meals – very delicious too.
Upcoming trips include a visit to the Zoo, the Aquarium, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum. Trips are an important part of the children’s education, as well as making the curriculum fun and accessible. Year 4 will be visiting Wide Horizons for some outdoor education. We will be holding a Science and Technology day at school, with visitors from a range of Science and Technology backgrounds coming in to work with the children.
Parents and children have attended Parents evenings to discuss the mid-year reports and set targets for the rest of the year. These evenings were well attended, and Parents were pleased with the new half-year reports.
Coming up we will be celebrating Red Nose day on 24th March, and enjoying a fun-filled day.
Orchard Primary School has now entered the modern age, and has a Facebook and Twitter account. You can now follow us on: Facebook – Orchard Primary School and Twitter is @Orchard Sidcup. We will use these accounts to send out reminders about events and trips.
Enjoy the longer brighter days!
3 March 2017
Gold Book Assembly
Join our celebration of learning!
Remember every Friday, Orchard pupils take part in an assembly
to celebrate achievements.
Pupils don't win awards for success only but also
for perseverance and a postive attitude.
Come and join us!
Parents, grandparents and family members are always welcome.
Every Friday @ 9.10am
Celebration of Learning
All parents and carers are welcome to come in and view
their child's work.
Come and see what they have been learning and how hard they work!
Friday 31st March 2017 @ 2pm
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