Our intrepid explorers spent three days and two nights at Carey Camp this week, completing a wide variety of activities and camping under the stars!
Well done to our pupils who showed amazing community spirit by collecting rubbish on their way to school this morning. We’re very proud of you!
One of our Year 6 pupils decided that the school needed new school sports kit to wear during the Town and County sports events to be held during June. Together with her friend, over £295 has been raised by handcrafting bookmarks and key rings which have been sold at various events. They have also raised money through organising cake sales.
We are really proud of the independence that these pupils have shown and of their hard work and dedication in achieving their aim. Amazing team spirit – well done girls!
Year 4 had a super residential this week to Carey Camp. They took part in a wide variety of activities, including shelter building, ropes courses, archery, orienteering and tunnelling. They also learned how to sleep and eat outside! Many thanks to the staff for their positivity and dedication throughout the trip and to all of our pupils for their adaptability, optimism, inter-dependence and courage.
This afternoon teams from Manorside, Elm, Kings’s Park and Queen’s Park academies took part in an Ambitions Academies Trust hockey tournament. Our teams performed very well, winning the majority of their matches, and excellent team work was evident from all.
The Year 6 netball teams had a friendly with Kinson Primary this week and performed extremely well to win both matches. Olivia, captain of one of the teams, stated, “It was great that we were all working together and I was pleased to score from a long way out.” Harrison added, “It was great that everyone was playing fairly and that we were evenly matched. It was a tough game!”
The Year 6 netball team performed really well this afternoon in their match against St Luke’s, winning 8-6. Great teamwork was evident across the court and the players supported each other incredibly well. Go Team Tagg!
The performances of ‘Primary School Christmas Musical’ this week were absolutely fabulous. The school performed this parody of a nativity production amazingly well with everyone singing their hearts out and actors from across the year groups seizing their roles with confidence and vigour. Many thanks to the staff and children for all of their hard work over the last few weeks – it certainly paid off!