The children are currently enjoying their NSPCC assembly and have all met Buddy! We are learning about how to speak out if we feel unsafe or need help. Thank you for letting your child come to school in non-uniform and for your contributions to the NSPCC charity.
On Thursday the Year 6 children took part in a typical Victorian school day. The children were encouraged to dress in typical Victorian clothing and what a great job they did. The day started with the boys and girls being separated and going off into an assembly to pray and sing “All Things Bright and Beautiful” and then went off into lessons. During the lessons they were taught Arithmetic, Handwriting, Spelling and Bible studies and Exercising. In the afternoon the girls went off and were taught baking and the boys made toys. What an amazing experience for everyone!
All the best Year 6
After a fantastic leavers assembly the day before, we gave out certificates and a year group photo to each of our much loved year 6 children.
They have provided the staff with many memories to treasure over the years and we are extremely proud of each of their achievements over the years.
We wish our leavers every success in the future and hope that they enjoy the next stage of their journey at secondary school.
In it to win it!
We actively encourage the importance of being in school everyone day and on time in order to access the full learning experience.
Some of our children managed 100% attendance for the whole of the school year. Their names were put into a draw and the winners each received a Kindle.
The lucky winners were sisters – a very healthy household it seems! Enjoy your kindles and keep coming to school each day.
Talented Taiko band.
In our final assembly the school were in for a real treat when the Taiko band performed. Earlier in the month the band took part in the bwaf fest and the audience were amazed by the confidence, concentration and energy of their performance – the whole school needed to see the pure talent for themselves.
See for yourselves why we are so proud of our musicians.
Get caught reading competition winners!
At Carlton Road Academy we value and promote the importance of reading as a life long skill. We held a competition to see which unusual places we can read.
The entries were amazing and the photos submitted show that reading really can be done anytime, anywhere!
Our winners were presented with a prize. Maybe you can read in the paddling pool, in a ball pool or even in a stock car like these avid readers!