The children today were given a wintery design challenge. Children worked in house groups, led by the Year 8's to build an igloo out of tooth picks, foil and baby marshmallows. The children were asked to consider what might be needed by Frosty in his new home.
When your Latin teacher is 6ft 2 inches tall, over 17 and a half stone and, by Oxford University Rugby Club's own press release described as "cuboid, with his height, length and breadth all being similar dimensions", it's hard not to be fully engaged in lessons!
Our Year 4 were given the opportunity to spend a day honing their climbing skills at Bryanston School near Blandford recently. The children were given a safety briefing by the instructors before being set various tasks on the climbing wall.
The Nursery children showed off their singing, dancing and acting to a packed room of proud parents and relatives last week.
The hall was packed with relatives and friends of Year 7 on Thursday night, for their atmospheric yet witty production of "Dark Tales", which included an rather imaginative interpretation of the well-known story of Hansel and Gretel, followed by a perhaps less well k