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Extreme Reading Competition

A big well done to Alfie, Kyla, Sophie and Ruby who won the ‘Extreme Reading’ competition in school. Their photographs were imaginative and fun and showed that reading can be done just about anywhere! The winners were awarded a certificate in assembly, along with a £10 book token each.

After half term, their winning photographs will be put on to a canvas and displayed in the school library.
Thank you to everyone that took part.


On Friday 3rd February Years 3 and 4 visited The Elizabethan Academy for a Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths day where they all took part in five different activities about Healthy Eating. Click HERE for full article.


Marvellous Me

Marvellous Me is a free app which tells you marvellous news about your child’s learning and positive behaviours. If you haven’t already signed up then please speak to the school office or sign up here if you already have your code.  We want all parents and carers to sign up so the whole community feels included in sharing marvellous news about our marvellous children

Experience your child’s school day
Get alerts every time your child’s teacher posts an activity, awards your child a badge, or sends you a message. Safely share the news with the whole family.

Support your child’s learning and development
Have more meaningful conversations with your child about school and practise topics together. Your involvement will have the biggest impact on their ongoing success.

Celebrate your child’s success
Smile every time your child gets a badge. Tell them how proud you are and reinforce their good work and positive behaviours.

Gymnastics Competition

On the 5th December 2016 10 children across kS2 took part in a gymnastics competition at North Wheatley Primary School. All of the competitors showcased their skills in: body management , vault and a floor routine. Overall, Carrhill was placed in 3rd position. All of the competitors received certificates and a bronze medal. Mrs Smith was extremely proud! Well done to the gymnasts of Carrhill.