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Fruity Friday!

IMG_0106Top school enjoying another 'Fruity Friday'!





Our Remembrance service will be held on Friday 10th November at 9.30am, led by Class 6. All welcome.


Grubby Club - week four finale!

What fun! Thank you everyone!



Phase 4 Letters and Sounds with Mrs Drury and Mrs Shelton

We have been looking at high frequency words this week and learning to spell them.

A thumbs up to everyone for all your hard work. You should all be very proud of

yourselves ! Have a fun half term holiday.


Number Bonds!

Class 1 have been learning about number bonds to 10 this week. Try these fun games to help you with your learning:



Have fun!

Un,Deux,Trois for Class 3!


Class 3 enjoyed a fun early morning starter in French yesterday, as part of their numbers topic this half term. In their teams, they had to look under the cones in the grid and translate the numbers in to their French equivalents, to match their chosen number journey card. 

A great way of learning French and lots of fun.  Fantastique, Class 3! 


Cup debut!


Ladt night was s very special moment for our school as we played in the quarter final of the William Gregg VC cup at the Heanor Town ground, in front of a crowd of enthusiastic supporters. 

The team consisted of  some of our Year 5/6 pupils, who played Langley Mill Junior School to fight for a place in the semi finals. The first half was end to end stuff until we conceded a goal,  after a period of sustained pressure.  However, despite being 1-0 down at half time, the children came out for the second half keen to level the score. 

Despite putting Langley Mill under constant pressure throughout the second half, Smalley were unable to get one in the net and the final score remained 1-0. 

I hope our children enjoyed the amazing opportunity to play under the floodlights on such a wonderful occasion, and are as proud of themselves, as Mrs Mason and myself are. We look forward to this being the first of many William Gregg Cup games in the future.  Well done to everyone! 


Athletes of the future


Tuesday this week saw our Year 5/6 Athletics team attend the Amber Valley Borough competition at Alfreton Leisure Centre. Competing in a range of field and track events, we competed well amongst teams from 14 schools  and the children should be very proud of themselves,  as are Mrs Rawlings and myself

Thank you for the support from everyone who attended and watch this space to see how our Year 3/4 team get on next week. 

Grubby Club - week 3!

A lovely evening to be outside!