Unichoir – Thursday 13th July 2017

This morning the whole school were treated to a wonderful concert by the schools very own ‘Unichoir’. The choir has been set up by The Friends of the School and is led by Julie Fowler, a very experienced music and vocal coach. The children sang a range of songs to the school before getting the whole school to join in with a gospel round, which under expert tuition from the choir we managed very well.

There are still a number of places for new members to join the choir and so if you are interested please complete the form on the letter coming home tonight and return it to school by Thursday 20th July 2017.

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Key Stage One Activities Evening

A great evening was had by all at the Key Stage One Activities Evening. The children all enjoyed a hot dog and ice cream before watching Dangerous Derek and his circus skills show. After which they all had a go at some of his circus skills as well as having their faces painted and taking part in Kick Rounder’s.

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Jungle Book – 5/6 July 2017

This year Key Stage Two staged a performance of Jungle Book. The production was amazing with key parts being performed by the Year 6’s and Years 5, 4 and 3 performing dances and singing. The production was loved by the audiences at all three performances. Well done to all the children and the Key Stage Two team!IMG_7153 IMG_7158IMG_7160 IMG_7162IMG_7165 IMG_7174IMG_7177 IMG_7178IMG_7190 IMG_7203IMG_7208 IMG_7217IMG_7250 IMG_7265IMG_7273 IMG_7279 IMG_7285 IMG_7294IMG_7303 IMG_7311IMG_7321 IMG_7322

Forest Football Festival – Tuesday 16th May 2017

Year 6 footballers were extremely lucky to be invited to play on the pitch at the City Ground, home of Nottingham forest Football Club. There were 20 schools playing in a large tournament with a mixture of boys and girls. The children were able to explore parts of the ground that they would never have had chance to visit such as the changing rooms, walking down the tunnel and even sitting in the managers dugout!IMG_7017 IMG_7010 IMG_7012 IMG_7011IMG_7015 IMG_7022

School Garden – 21st April 2017

If you’ve been up to school this week you will have seen the beautiful garden at the front of school. It is full of spring bulbs and set off by the flowering cherry tree and it’s all thanks to Class 1 and The Friend’s of School who planted it up last Autumn.

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Music Concert – Tuesday 21st March 2017

This afternoon the children in classes 4,5 and 6 performed a wonderful music concert to Key Stage One and their parents. We listened to children playing the recorders, the band playing and some amazing singing, all led by our wonderful music teacher Mrs Blackburn.

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British School Council Link with Nepal

British Council school link with Nepal

Cropwell Bishop Primary School linked with Shree Punya Higher Secondary, Rajarani Village

Project: Trash to Treasure

In February half term Miss Arnold and Mr Palmer flew to Nepal to develop the school link with Shree Punya Higher Secondary School in a village called Rajarani. They met the Principle Sir Loki and the teacher Jawan Tumbahangfe.

Click to read the Nepal Report