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Class 1

Christmas fayre this Friday!


Special Visitors


Last week we welcomed special visitors into school. Members of our “Smalley Old Boys” and representatives from the Richardson Foundation came to school to enjoy lunch in Class 6.  They then met children from Year 5 and 6 and enjoyed a presentation, by the children, of our Remembrance service, which was then aired on the BBC news the very next day. 

It is always a privilege to watch the children and adults sing ‘Abide with me’ together in our school hall.  Welcoming our wider community into school always gives our children a valuable experience and it is greatly appreciated by all of our visitors too. 


Let's Go Fly A Kite!

This term in science class 1 are being meteorologists. In our lesson today we were investigating wind speed. We all made kites and had a great time testing them outside.


Children in Need


Thank you for supporting Children In Need on Friday and wearing all of those snazzy socks!

Our school raised £212.50 for this important charity.


Thank you so very much for your kind donations, thank you to our School Council and Mrs Bounds for counting all of those pennies and pounds.


Buckets full of fun in Class 1

This week in Class 1 we have spent a lot of time thinking about what it means to be a good friend. The children particularly enjoyed listening to the story 'Have You Filled A Bucket Today?' by Carol McCloud. This book explains how everyone carries an invisible bucket of happiness around with them all of the time. To fill your bucket you need to be a kind, respectful person who says and does nice things to make others feel special. During circle time we all managed to think of something kind we had done that day for our families and friends. In history the children worked in friendship groups to build a model of a castle. As well as observing great teamwork within groups, it was lovely to see groups helping each other when they encountered difficulties. Well done Class 1 - keep filling those buckets!


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We Will Remember

November 9th 2018

Today, our children continued to make us so very proud.  Our Remembrance Service, led by Year 6, and supported by Key Stage 2 children was just beautiful.  The children were so very respectful as they reflected on the soldiers who have lost their lives fighting for the freedom that we have today.


Smalley's Remembrance Service is always a special event in our school year and this was captured by the BBC news team today, who came to film the pride that we have in our past and the hope we have for our future.

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Thank you to everyone for your support and dedication, as our community marks 100 years since the end of The First World War.

We will remember them.

Boogie Beats, Boogie Beats, clap your hands and stamp your feet!

It's Boogie Beats time!  

Thank you Becky and Smalley Hall.


Smalley Remembrance Display

What a wonderful display of our school coming together to create a memorial to mark 100 years since the end of World War One. 


House Team of the half term winner is.....

This afternoon, to celebrate their team success, the GOLDEN EAGLES enjoyed an Autumn treat of hot chocolate and biscuits, with a play on the outdoor equipment.  

Well done for super team work this half term.



Pumpkin Parade 2018


Pumpkin Parade from Miss Tulley on Vimeo.

Wow! What a fantastic turn out for our first ever Smalley school Pumpkin Parade. We enjoyed seeing the amazing pumpkin creations and drinking yummy hot chocolate after school. A wonderful event for everyone- thank you to the PTFA for organising! Here is a video for your enjoyment 😊🎃🎃🎃