GroundForce 2017

On Saturday, staff, children and parents all turned out in the glorious sunshine to tidy our garden and forest area. Boo and the Helping Hands had written 4 long lists of jobs to be done which we didn’t think we would complete… but we did! All that remains to do is to plant some bulbs, which the children will do during gardening club next week. A huge thank you to everyone who turned out, including the 3 people from GoodGym Norwich. It was an amazing show of community spirit and was helped along by the sausages and bacon provided by Mrs Goodman and Mr Woodbridge!

Rivendell Aylmerton Trip

Now we have performed our class assembly, we can share more of the photos from our trip in October! What a busy day we had! We hope you enjoy the photos and thank you to those who were able to attend the assembly on Wednesday.

Cross-Country Tournament at Holt Hall

On Monday 16th October, around 30 children competed in the local Cross-Country tournament at Holt Hall. We were very pleased to bring home 5 medals and finish 5th in the table. Well done to all who took part. It is a tough course with a mixture of terrains and many other children running. Great determination was shown by you all.

Tag Rugby Tournament

On Monday, 14 children from Mundesley and 9 from Bacton, took part in the local Tag Rugby tournament at Holt Rugby Club. Their behaviour and determination was excellent and they came very close to making the final.

National Fitness Day 2017

On Wednesday 27th September, MIJS took part in National Fitness Day’s #10ten10 initiative which aimed to get 10,000 children moving for 10 minutes at 10:00.

Here are some photos of our Samba workout which was great fun and hard work too!

Art Exhibition

On Wednesday, we were delighted to be able to invite the school and our parents to come and see our art exhibition. This term, we began with an artist study of Eric Joyner as he linked to our robot theme. We then studied famous artists and manipulated their work slightly! In addition to this, we produced biographies, watercolour paintings, poems, posters and short stories, all centred around the robot theme and The Lost Thing.

We asked the children to put this exhibit together themselves and were extremely impressed with how collaboratively they worked to rearrange the classrooms, tidy up and display all the work. They then made us even prouder as they welcomed visitors, guided them around the exhibition and explained about all the work on the walls.

Thank you to all parents who came and for the positive comments that were left. We hope you enjoyed your visit!

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