The children in Niagara Falls class produced some excellent work last term and showed empathy and maturity during our World War II topic. Our English lessons were based on the powerful and moving picture book 'Rose Blanche'. In humanities children learned about the impact of war in Britain, the blitz, evacuation and rationing (which also facilitated some great maths...
A huge thank you to our school council for all their hard work, as well as the amazing Project Playgrounds team who have worked tirelessly for the last two days.
It’s been great to see it all finally come together! We hope your children enjoy the facility for many years to come!
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As a school, we are always very proud of our sporting achievements. This includes the range of sports we take part in and the amount of children that compete.
Because of this, we have been recognised with a School Games Gold Award and are well on the way to be the first school to receive the Platinum Award.
Pictured receiving the...
Recently James Frith visited our school. It was a very memorable occasion for the pupils and staff. He was very friendly, down to earth and gave up his Friday morning to speak with staff, governors and our school council.
James also enjoyed our celebration assembly, giving out certificates and birthday cards. He was then taken to our brand new building,...
Staff and pupils alike were shocked last week when they discovered that a wave of Pokémon had taken over our school! The creatures were seen in a variety of locations around school, with Taj Mahal class particularly affected. Luckily, the Year 4 children are now expert newspaper report writers and were able to detail exactly what happened and how...
We were fortunate to receive a visit today from the NSPCC. There were two assemblies for KS1 and KS2 then the following classes received a workshop: Niagara Falls, Grand Canyon, Golden Gate.
Thank you very much to the NSPCC for the informative sessions. The children have learnt so much and behaved superbly.
On our first day at the woods this year, with The Communitree Initiative, we baked apple crumble, played in the mud pit, climbed trees, played games, relaxed in the hammocks and created Halloween themed artwork. What a fun-filled day!
Our Cook, Mr Graham was absolutely 'blown away' by the originality and expertise of all classes in school. Cakes have been sampled and judged today and the overall winner will be announced in tomorrow's assembly.
Here are the entries... which one would you choose?
We have chosen Thursday November 9th for our school's 50 th birthday 'day'. Although Holcombe Brook first opened its doors in May 1967 we have decided to celebrate during the Autumn Term as this is when most new pupils would have started the academic year. We have made many connections already with past pupils and all classes planned...