CURRENT NEWS

Pipworth goes potty for panto

We had a really special time on Thursday 15th November, with a panto performance of 'Snow White' for the children. The costumes were spectacular, the lights were atmospheric, the songs catchy and the story spellbinding - the children (and adults) had a thoroughly enjoyable time! 

Diary dates for Autumn 2

As we all know, the run up to Christmas can be a hectic time, and it is no different at Pipworth! To help you plan ahead, have a look at our calendar below to see what is happening and when during the Autumn 2 term:

Pipworth children stay safe on the Internet

On Tuesday 9th October, Pipworth's KS2 children all went on a trip, but they didn't need to pack sandwiches, because they took a trip to the Internet world of Interland!

We were lucky enough to have a special assembly from the Google/Parentzone 'Be Internet Legends' team, who gave the children lots of great information about how to stay safe online.

If you would like to know more about 'Be Internet Legends', go to the link below, where there is lots more information and some cool games that will reinforce this important message:

https://beinternetlegends.withgoogle.com/en-gb

KS2 Fun Run

Pipworth children love to run and they love to have fun, so the Links fun run at Manor Fields on 3rd October was perfect for our KS2 children. Prince led the warm-up with an impressive selection of 'Fortnite' dances, before the main event. In the run, Chloe in Y6 was our leading girl and Jahniah led the way for the boys. As you can see from the pictures and videos, everyone had a great time!

Curriculum news

Want to find out what your child will be learning about this half-term? You can find the information you are looking for in the School Curriculum section on the left hand side of your screen - just choose your child's Year Group to see what they are up to.

Help your child to become a great reader

Reading with your child for just 5-10 minutes every day can have a massive impact on their learning, which can go on to improve their chance of success in life. They don't have to read a book - it can be a comic, a magazine, a newspaper or an internet page.

Listening to children read is good, but discussing what they are reading is even better. For examples of how to do this, and other helpful tips about reading with kids, check out the videos on this page.

Practise assembly songs at home!

Check out the singing assembly page to see what we've been singing at school. You can find the lyrics on the videos or on the page itself. 

What's happening at Pipworth?

Check out the School Calendar in the News & Events section to see what's coming soon