31 Mar 2020

We hope you are enjoying the sunshine which seems to have reappeared today and are keeping safe and well.

If you would like to access some more ideas and resources to supporting learning at home then please click here and here!

As ever, please do email us on admin@stradbroke.suffolk.sch.uk if you have any questions.

Mrs Hunt

23 Mar 2020

If you would like to access some Speech and Language resources to support your child during school closure, please visit https://speechandlanguage.info/parents.

19 Mar 2020

There are now Home Learning Projects available on our website on the Pupils area.  Please do read the parent guidance to help you understand how the projects are intended to be used.  If you have any questions, please contact the school via email and we will endeavour to answer these as soon as possible.

Thank you for your continued support.

2 Mar 2020

If you would like more information about how the schools in our Trust are approaching the Coronavirus, then please visit the following website: 

https://www.asst.org.uk/coronavirus-advice

This website is updated regularly in line with most recent guidance given to schools by the government.

As ever, if you have any questions or concerns, then please do not hesitate to pop in to speak to a member of school staff.

Mrs Hunt

30 Dec 2019

I can’t believe that I am writing this as 2020 is just around the corner!  There have been so many lovely things happening this past term and I thought it would be a brilliant way to end the year by sharing photos from some of the events. 

In October, we enjoyed a day learning about Black History Month linked to our whole school theme of ‘Everyone is Equal’.  For the day, we welcomed Irie Steelpan Workshops into our school.  The children loved dancing to the music, learning about...

11 Oct 2019

We are home after a brilliant final day!  Last night, we all went to sleep so quickly and needed waking up this morning!  After making another sandwich and eating a hearty breakfast we headed off for our last activity of the trip.

Group 1 enjoyed camp cookery, group 2 did crate stacking and group 3 took on the zip wire.  All of the groups really enjoyed their final activity and it was wonderful to see the children supporting and encouraging each other right the way to the end.

A h...

10 Oct 2019

It has been a jam packed day!  The morning started off with breakfast followed by sandwich making before we headed off on our second activity of the trip.  Group 1 tackled the zip wire, group 2 went canoeing and group 3 enjoyed camp fire cookery. 

After a busy morning we had our lunch in the sunny garden and enjoyed playing lots of different games together.  Then in the afternoon it was off for another activity with group 1 heading off to the river to canoe, group 2 climbing...

9 Oct 2019

Day one of Horstead has been great!  We arrived and set off for a lovely lunch by the River Bure.  Then, we headed back to the centre for our first activity.  One group enjoyed canoeing with their boats tied together to ensure they were more stable on the fuller river.  They paddled quite a way upstream and got really good at paddling!  Another group had to work in pairs to take on crate stacking.  Everyone worked really hard with the best group creating a tower 15 crates high!  The...

3 Oct 2019

What a busy start to this school year it has been!  The children have been working really hard and we are all so proud of how well our new Reception children have settled in.

So far already this term we have had some lovely events including…

Language and Culture Day

On Language and Culture day, the children travelled around in their House groups to visit four different countries: Kenya, Australia, Morocco and Croatia.

In Kenya, the children painted safari pictures and tasted different fr...

11 Jul 2019

We can’t believe that today was our last full day and what a day it has been!  We all completed our final activities which included raft-building and the zip wire for some of us.  Working as a team, we tied a range of knots (half hitches, figure of eights and square lashings) to create our sturdy, pond-worthy vessels from planks of wood and barrels.  Then, after we had all faced our fears and flown down the zip wire, we successfully raced our rafts against another team....

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