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Mrs. Mary King's C.E. School

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Musician in Residence- January 2024

Easter bunny hunt 2023

Red Nose Day 2023

The school council organised a wear red to school day aswell as a design a Red Nose Day themed hat! Each class then paraded past the judges at the end of the day to show their designs. These were the winning hats! 

Story writing competition March 2023

Japanese Taiko Drumming

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In February we all enjoyed taking part in Taiko Drumming workshops. Each class practised passing the banshee in a respectful way, playing rhythms and patterns on the drums and learnt that to be a good Taiko drummer we needed to think strong and powerful.


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Handball Team


Well done to the new Handball team, they won their first tournament on the 15th October. Thank you to Mrs Roulston and the children for their hard work.

On the 11th October Class Two went to the Wild Woods for a camp fire morning. This was part of their work on the Great Fire of London. The children sat around the camp fire and used all their senses to plan a description of the fire. The sun was out and the Wild Woods were looking beautiful.

In September, year six children from both schools in the federation went on a two day residential visit to PGL Caythorpe Court where the took part in a range of exciting outward bound and adventurous activities. The aim was to develop team building and resilience- everyone had great fun!

June 2021

It’s great to see sports lessons in full swing. Although we can’t play inter school matches our children are playing competitive games within their bubbles.

New garden working party

Over the Easter Holiday Mrs Osborne and a small team started to construct the new garden area. A lot of work had gone into the project before this point; the old pond had been emptied and filled in, heavy slabs moved. The new garden will have allotment beds as well as seating areas and planting to attract wildlife. This project is part of our work linked to ' Looking after God's Earth'.