Reception Visit to Woburn Safari Park (21.5.15)Posted: 22nd May 2015
Reception enjoyed a fun and interesting day at Woburn Safari Park, finding out about animals and their homes.
We all giggled at the monkeys, especially the one who took a ride on our coach. We nearly brought her back to school but she was spotted and was enticed down with a long bamboo.
The sea lion show was a particular favourite, the star being Kiera, a Californian Sea Lion. We were amazed at how high she could leap and how she seemed to communicate with her trainer.
From bears to giraffes, wolves to tortoises and meerkats to penguins, everyone had their favourite.
Sponsored Walk for RNLI (21.5.15)Posted: 21st May 2015
Well done to Henry Harrison and his brother Ed and a number of staff who took part in the RNLI sponsored walk around Pitsford Reservoir in May. They walked the 11km to raise awareness and funds for this vital rescue service which patrols many of the beaches Spratton pupils enjoy bathing at. Henry and Ed were met by ‘Stormy’ the RNLI mascot and were super ambassadors for Spratton. Henry also ran a flea market to raise funds for the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulance raising a further £150. A tremendous effort on his behalf.
Home Clothes Day (18.5.15)Posted: 19th May 2015
The theme was green and blue for Home Clothes Day on Monday 18th May and we managed to raise £364 for Alzheimer's Society.
Cake Sale Supporting RNLI & Air Ambulance (11.5.15)Posted: 18th May 2015
Cake Sale Supporting RNLI & Air Ambulance (11.5.15)
Year 3&4 Boys Visit Leicester Tigers (16.5.15)Posted: 18th May 2015
Some of Year 3 & 4 boys had a great day at Welford Road on Saturday. They enjoyed a training session with Leicester Tiger coaches in the morning, had a question and answer session with a Leicester Tiger player and then enjoyed watching the Tigers v Saints match in the afternoon and having their photograph taken on the pitch at half time.
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