After half term work will begin on the new kitchen which will be located next to the hall in the main playground. As part of this building work the climbing frame will be removed and fencing put up around the construction area. It is anticipated that the work will continue into the new year. Whilst…

We had a great turnout at today’s Reception Family Learning Programme on how to support your child in maths. If you were unable to come then please download the handouts below. We look forward to welcoming you at the next FLP very soon! Helping your child with Maths Helping Your Child At Home With Maths

Year 1 and 2 launched their learning with a crashlanding from a spaceship after the Easter holidays. Children came into school to find some very suspicious goings on around the school and spent their first day back investigating to discover the cause of the commotion. As I’m sure many of you have heard, a friendly…

On Thursday 5th March, children and staff at Aldborough celebrated the World Book Day. The school became alive with a range of well-known characters including Robin Hood, Harry Potter and Alice in Wonderland. Staff also took up the challenge of dressing up as their favourite book character. We had Mary Poppins helping in Year Two…

A great professional development session with colleagues with a focus on improving the learning and teaching of Maths. On Thursday evening our teaching staff were joined by colleagues from Loxford School of Science and Technology as Aldborough hosted an informative professional development session with a focus on developing Maths practice. The session was led by…

It’s been fantastic seeing children back to school refreshed after the holidays and full of news from the break. Everyone has settled back in to school and children have been showing their teachers that they are ready to learn. This week, children have been finding out why it’s great to come back to school after…

It’s been a week of festive cheer with children right across the school in fine voice for their Christmas performances. On Monday evening St John’s Church was packed to capacity as children from Years One to Four presented a slightly modern twist on the traditional song ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’. This was punctuated with…

Since returning to school this term we have been raising money for a school in Nepal. The Khandbari Primary School is a tiny school set up in the high mountains of Nepal – where children with speech and hearing problems stay residentially. Because the children don’t have ready access to hearing aids, their speech is…

On a rather chilly Sunday evening a group of aspiring violinists travelled to The South Bank to enjoy a performance by the National Children’s Orchestra; and it was a night to remember! The children from Years 3 and 4 had been noticed by music teacher Mr Winand as being really enthusiastic violinists and Mr Hart,…