December 12, 2017

Bling your bike!

On Monday 11th December 70 children arrived at school with their bikes or scooters covered in bling They had covered their bikes or scooters in tinsel, more »
December 12, 2017

Year 3 and Year 4 – Gardening

Since September Year 3 & Year 4 have been busy gardening They have been skimming the autumn leaves from the school pond, weeding, collecting runner bean more »
December 12, 2017

Year 3 – Forest School

Forest School has continued this term exploring what life would have been like on the South Dorset Ridgeway for early people We have had lots of more »
December 12, 2017

Year 1 – Forest School

Our second group of children are due to have their last Forest School session this week Our theme for the term has been exploring traditional tales. more »
December 12, 2017

Year 4 trip to Ridgeway

Steve Wallis, a local archaeologist, took us to the top of the Ridgeway to look at the Pit of Doom When we were up there we more »
December 11, 2017

Year 3/4 Viking Day

Viking Day! Today we dressed up as Vikings which was really fun and exciting! My favourite part was trying the food (apart from the blackberries, I more »
December 11, 2017

Reception and KS1 Nativity – ‘A King is Born’

Last week our Reception and KS1 children did two performances of their nativity story – ‘A King is Born’. Everyone did so well and the audience more »
December 8, 2017

Year 6 Christmas Sleepover at St Nicholas Church

The sleepover On Friday 1st December, Year 6 was invited to have a sleepover at St Nicholas Church. First we had dinner from The Marlboro Fish more »
November 30, 2017

Year 1 and Year 2 firework art

Year One and Two joined forces to spend an afternoon looking at different artists to support their art skills. A particular favourite was the work of more »
November 30, 2017

Year 3 – Ridgeway trip and tennis

Year 3 have had a busy term doing weekly tennis sessions and learning about Vikings. During the second half of the Autumn term they went on more »
November 17, 2017

Children in Need!

Thank you so much for all your kind cake donations for today. We are pleased to say that as a school we have raised £406.85 for more »
November 16, 2017

Year 2 – Castle creators

As we had been looking at the Queen’s hat as a hook text in English we decided to become castle creators by designing, making and describing more »
November 16, 2017

Year 2 – Autumn walk

The Years Two’s had an amazing scientific experience on our Autumn walk We looked at the differences between living, dead and non- living things in the more »
November 15, 2017

We are on Wessex FM!

Yesterday Wessex FM came to school to give us some ‘Be safe, be seen’ reflective stickers for the children to use on bags, bikes, helmets etc. more »
November 14, 2017

Year 6 Christmas sleepover at St Nicholas Church

The plan for the evening/following morning is as follows – The children will meet at St Nicholas Church at 6pm. They will have a fish and more »
November 13, 2017

Big Me Day 2017

On Friday 13 October, St Nicholas and St Laurence Primary School took part in Big Me Day Children and staff dressed up as what they want more »
November 13, 2017

Forest School fun…

A few photos from the first few Forest Schools of the year The group did some den building, harvested the rest of the vegetables the school more »
November 13, 2017

Rembrance 2017

For the Fallen – Laurence Binyon They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years more »
November 2, 2017

Year 3 and 4 trip to the Ridgeway

Year 3 and Year 4 recently had a visit from Steve Wallis, Senior Archaeologist at Dorset County Council, who spoke to the classes about ‘The Pit more »
October 31, 2017
Sutton Poyntz Museum

Year 5 and 6 trip to Sutton Poyntz Water Museum

As part of Year 6 and Year 5’s work on rivers, water and the environment, both years have got the opportunity to go to Sutton Poyntz more »