Year 1 Visit to Papa Cino's Italian Restaurant (3.3.15)Posted: 04th March 2015
A trip to Papa Cino’s in Northampton for lunch provided the Year 1 children with a very exciting change to their normal lunchtime routine on Monday 2nd March.
We were warmly welcomed by Stewart and his team into their cosy trattoria styled restaurant with murals on the walls and candles dripping slowly down the sides of the wine bottles on the tables.
The children were able to sample a selection of pizzas and pastas, with many children proudly tasting new dishes despite initial reservations, as they learnt about different Italian foods.
Having been given some spaghetti and pizza dough to feel, the children set to work creating the most imaginative thing that they could. The end result – a pineapple, a sword fish, numerous hedgehogs and many other wonderful creations!
U10 Rugby 7s Tournament Win (2.3.15)Posted: 02nd March 2015
Our U10 Rugby 7's team went off to Oakham on Sunday for Oakham's annual 7 a-side tournament. Spratton Hall was in a pool with Lincroft, Stoneygate and St Faiths and the boys came out of their group as winners without having a single point scored against them. They then beat St John's Cambridge in the semi-finals which meant the cup final was against Beachborough. Spratton Hall won 10-5 having fought back from a try down making them tournament winners. The boys played some superb rugby and their teamwork was quite outstanding. Special mention must also go to Toby Cousins who was named Player of the Tournament.
Art Global Canvas 2015 Competition (27.2.15)Posted: 27th February 2015
We heard the fantastic news that we have been shortlisted by The David Shep-herd Wildlife Foundation for our brilliant entry into this competition.
Our piece of work and a group of children will be travelling to London to present this at the Natural History Museum on Thursday 19th March.
Assembly Address by Mr Peter Green, Headmaster of Rugby School )27.2.15)Posted: 27th February 2015
Having disliked birds of all kinds for a number of years, Peter Green, Headmaster of Rugby School, came to our assembly this morning and spoke of his newfound respect for geese.
Mr Green spoke of their support for each other including their encouraging honking and of their navigational and leadership skills and showed the pupils that we could all learn a number of things form their example.
Eat Happy Project (26.2.15)Posted: 27th February 2015
Yesterday, we had a ‘first’ for Spratton - an online field trip where some children in Year 5 and 7 were watching a farmer giving a ‘live’ talk about wheat and how cereals are made at his farm, with plenty of interaction between the pupils and the farmer. This will certainly not replace study visits as it is important that the children get out of the classroom to further their learning experiences, but it certainly does add another dimension to their education.
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