More proud moments… 

Summer and Guinivere both graduated from The Children’s University having worked for 30 hours independently. Well done girls! 

Other children who also attended the course but not the graduation were:

Sophie L





Maddison R & Marni.

Well done to these children who won our 100% attendance raffle.

Nursery: Tobi & Treeve

Reception winners: Lacey Lou & Lucy

Year 1: Danielle & Mohammed

Year 2: Jade &  Octavian

Year 3: Crystal & Lexie

Year 4: Simni & Mollie

Year 5: Brandon &  Sienna

Year 6: Josh & Courtney

Year 1winners will be announced this afternoon when they are back from the pool!

Here are some of them showing off their vouchers!

And the winning house is….. RED!

Reward (movietime!) coming this afternoon…

Well done everyone!

Miss Richardson

What’s this about House T shirts? 

Some of you have been asking about these. House t-shirts have been ordered for every pupil who will be in Year 1-6 next year. They will wear this top, which we are providing for free, for PE lessons and Sports Day. Sports day is on the first Friday back (8th September) we will send timings in September so you can come and watch.

Reception will be put into houses, measured and given their t-shirts ready for Term 3.

We will let you know when you can collect them and what colours you have in September.  Thank you to Ashton and Lexi’s dad for helping us to get them ready in time!

We will communicate to you in Term 1 the process for ordering additional house t-shirts.

All other uniform is to be ordered as normal with the system that is already in place.

Any qs do ask,  thank you

Miss Richardson

Spelling Bee

Very proud of children from key stage two who took part in this today – our first ever cross academy spelling bee! Children from St Ursula’s and Ilminster joined us in reciting words we had learned to spell in an inter-school team competition. The words were ones that are really tricky to spell (necessary,  separate,  pharaoh,  squirrelly,  Wednesday and February were a few I heard) but the children did a great job of remembering them and when they couldn’t,  the audience helped them out. A lovely fun way of learning and remembering spellings!