Whole School Photo Gallery
Day three at Braeside - low ropes and a forest life line!
Day two at Braeside - canoeing, high ropes and campfire fun!
Year 4/5 at Braeside!
Evening Hike part 2!
Dodgeball Champions! Year 3 & 4
Hockey Tournament Winners 2022 - Congratulations!
SCARF Mental Health Day
We are looking after our mental health at school and wore our scarves to school to show our commitment to being kind, looking out for others and our own mental health. Thank you Jasper and James for leading our call and response today:
I don’t know if you've been told, I don’t know if you've been told.
We wear our SCARF with pride like gold, We wear our SCARF with pride like gold.
Keep yourself and others safe, Keep yourself and others safe.
A caring nature everyday, A caring nature everyday.
Try hard to achieve your dreams, Try hard to achieve your dreams.
Resilience and self-esteem, Resilience and self-esteem.
Being good friends will help us too, Being good friends will help us too.
So wrap your SCARF all round you! So wrap your SCARF all round you
- SAFETY - some scarves will be warm and comforting, helping to keep someone snug and safe in very cold weather!
- CARING - some scarves might have been a present from a special person; they'll help make someone feel cared for. Wearing a scarf as part of religious faith can also help someone to feel cared for.
- ACHIEVEMENT - some scarves might be part of a club, perhaps a sports team. These are waved when a club achieves (e.g. when a football team scores a goal!) They also show when someone belongs to something.
- RESILIENCE - a football team's scarf can also help someone to remember that they can still support a team even if it's not doing well; they can show resilience when bouncing back from defeat or disappointment.
- FRIENDSHIP - maybe some scarves were a gift from a friend and this makes them extra special.
Bath Rugby Vs Exeter Chiefs
Remembrance Workshops at All Saints Church
Crudwell School Remember 11.11.21
Braeside - Thursday: Canoeing and Best Table award at dinner
Football's Coming Home!
Braeside - Year 6 Residential
Good Luck Mr Melton - You can't retire form being amazing!
Red for Comic Relief!
Not the Crudwell Bike Ride Update by Lucy Stevens
The Keyworker Bubble at Forest School
Our Wish Tree!
We miss you all!
Can you answers these questions about the school dogs? Send you answers to Miss Trevaskis.
This week in pets corner!!! I have some questions 🥴
1- Which class did Bird join on arriving at Crudwell School?
2- How many members of staff have dogs?
3- What breed is Luna?
4- At Forest Schoo,l what is Bird's favourite snack?
5- What are Luna’s two favourite school activities?
6- What does Bird enjoy best at school: sleeping, listening to a story or being brushed?
7- Which are Bird's favourite vegetables and fruit?
8- Does Luna have a favourite story book?
9- How old is Luna?
10- What do Bird and Luna like to do when they are together?
This weeks Forest School challenge:-
Imagine and create your own special species of tree! Use any materials you'd like to show how your tree would look.
• Is your tree deciduous (shedding its leaves annually) or evergreen?
• Does your tree have a special blossom, fruit or shape of leaves?
• How tall will your tree be when it is fully grown?
• Can you think of any fun facts or a story for your tree?
Don't forget to give your tree a name and share your tree-mendous creation with me by e mailing your story and photo of your tree. I can't wait to see what you come up with!
Forest School Challenge Winner - build a birdbox or feeder - Frankie
And the winner is... Violet
Good Morning Children! 😊
Duckling update Tuesday 21st April
And the winners are...
Naming the Easter ducklings competition
Thank you to all the people who have entered. 🦆